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Before you start reading my revised promotion, there is a couple of things I want to talk about. One would be about the fact that I'm not part of the teaching community. Secondly, it is more of a plea to all you mums and dads out there that are thinking of introducing your child to the game of golf. Also my plea is aimed at all you grownups, that may be thinking of taking up the game

.Yes, I understand I'm a no name in the world of golf, and we have been programmed down through the ages, to believe that only members of the golf community should know anything about the game. And I can tell you, they go out of their way to keep it this way. When I first made my discovery, I wanted to freely share it with the world of golf. I wanted to get my information out to the teachers of the game as quickly as possible The idea of writhing a book on my discovery was the furthest thought on my mind.

I reasoned a good place to get my discover out to the masses quickly, would be via the golf magazines, rather than just going to individual teachers and demonstrate what I had discovers. By getting the word out through the magazines, would ensure it would get to every one at the same time. Well did I get an eye opener.

After many tries to one of the most respected golf magazines in America, I was able to get a live voice at the other end of the phone. Hear is how the conversation went, at least to my best recollection.................. Yes, Joe Blogs hear, can I help you?....... Yes,my name is James Cowan, and I have made a discovery that will enable the teachers to teach the swing to the average golfer........ Are you a golf teacher?....... No........ Are you a golf pro?........No.......... Are you a armature champion?........No. …...Are you associated with the golf community in any way?......... No....... If you're not part of the golf community we cant help you........ And then the phone went dead.

Now, I haven't embellished that conversation, on the contrary, I believe I was asked more questions along the same lines that I just cant remember at this time. Basically, the conversation is accurate, right down to the fact, that the person at the other end of the phone didn't say, I'm sorry I cant help you.

In a way I can understand the golf community guarding their name and their integrity, as I can imagine they may receive many teaching ideas from the general public. Maybe they don't want to take the time to check out the ideas that are presented, or maybe its just their policy to discourage any outside help. Although I may understand why they don't want outside help, but that is fare from saying I agree with them.

I have heard the argument, that the teachers and the prose have served their time, and in some cases hardships, to where they have earned the right to teach the golf swing. Why should an outsider come along who hasn't served the tine, and encroach on there livelihood?

I know I'm not alone as a armature when I say, I have put tremendous time and effort into trying to find away to help the average golfer advance their game. In my own case, I actually gave up playing golf to pursue my concept. I'm not complaining about my commitments, as it was my own choice,but because of the golf media turning me down, I had to self publish my work to get it out there, an expense I could have gone without.

What the teachers, or for that matter all golfers don't realize, is that the secret to golf was never going to be found by a golf teacher, or other first class golfers who already had it. The only way it was ever going to be found, was by someone who never had it in the first place, and someone who had searched long and hard to find it.

Make no mistake, what I have discovered is the secret to golf, only I used the terminology, discovery, to describe what I have found. My discovery not only answers the questions that have perplexed teachers of the game and all golfer alike since forever, but it gives all golfers the means to require the same swing as the teacher and the same swing as all other first class golfers. To quote one scratch golfers comments on Good-reads. I believe what Ms Cowan has found,is the missing link of golf.


To all you mums and dads out there that are going to be introducing your child to this great game we play, pleas,pleas,take head of what I say. You must understand, that taking your child to a golf teacher or enrolling them at a golf academy may help, rather than you just trying to teach the child on your own, but and it is a very big but, if your child is not one of what we call naturals, he or she will face frustration for the rest of their golfing life.

The way it is, and the way it has always been, going by how the swing has been taught ,only two percent of all golfers turn out to be good at the game. And ironically, they would have turned out to be good, with or without instruction. You don't have to take my word, history proves this to be the case, right dawn to the fact that only two percent of all golfers can actually golf.

The reason why the teaching community own this appalling record, is solely down to the fact they haven't been able to recognize, that their pupils or students swing their club with natural instinctive power. When on the other hand, they themselves swing the club by using a completely different power. I will be talking more on this subject latter.

Natural instinctive power is the power one would use to tackle household chores and every day activity's. Activity's such as, mowing the lawn, raking up leaves, chopping down a tree with an ax, hammering a steel spike into a railway tie, whacking a tin can along the road with a stick, and unfortunately, the way the masses use a golf club to strike a golf ball.

If natural instinctive power was the power used by all golfers to swing the golf club,then only the biggest and strongest would prevail. The sport would become a very specialized and exclusive to a very few.

Golfs greatest discovery was recognizing that there are two completely different power souses that can swing a golf club.

Now that I have made my discovery, and have created learning techniques that can now teach the swing, there is absolutely no reason why all children and first time golfer taking up the game should not be able to learn the golf swing. A golf swing that will be exactly the same as any other first class swing.

Again, to all you mums and dads, although my learning techniques are designed to help the seasoned golfer acquire a golf swing, it is so much easier to start the child off with my learning concepts from the start, rather than waiting until the child as been playing for a time with general instruction.


The things that matter most to all golfers are distance of the tee and a consistent swing. Golfs Greatest Discovery the book, is the only way to achieve these goals.

As fellow golfers, I think we can agree, golf is the greatest game ever to have been invented. It is also the most difficult game to learn and play. Let me rephrase what I have just said. It is the most difficult game to learn and play for the ninety-eight percent of all golfer that play the game. It has been estimated and recognized universally that only two percent of all golfers that play golf, can really golf. The remaining ninety-eight percent, we can only conclude, try to play the game. The golfer that try to play, include the average handicapper, the weekend warier and the occasional golfer. In relation to these golfer’s, golf is a much easier game for the remaining two percent. We call them naturals. The naturals include, the very low handicapper’s, pare shooters, scratch golfers, golf teachers and the pros.

There is one other distinction I make between the two present and the rest, and that is the description 0f their swings. The two percent swing their club with a golf swing. The average handicapper swings their club with a golf action. Yes, my discovery reveals that there are two swings. Golf action is only my name for a swing, that doesn’t have the same mechanics and characteristics of a true golf swing.


Let’s have a closer look at the plight of the handicapper, say, in the last forty-five years or so. Although there have been tremendous advancements made in the way of equipment improvement and the benefits they bring to the game, I’m sorry to say, the handicapper hasn’t been able to enjoy any of them. The big winners are the two percent; they have been able to utilize the new innovations in equipment to the extent of gaining way more distance and control. In the last forty-five years or so, the top pros have gained as much as a hundred yards of the tee. With the introduction of the gap wedge, they now have more control of the ball within a hundred yards of the flag. The handicapper on the other hand are still driving the ball one eighty, to two hundred yards off the tee. And as far as having more control with the gap wedge, the handicapper is no better off, with or without it.

If you are a handicapper, I,m sure you will be able to look at your own game and the game of your fellow club members at your club, and recognize exactly what I have just described.


Why should it be that only two percent of all golfers that play the game can relay golf? Never in my many decades of playing the game, have I ever heard, seen or read of any attempt by the teaching community to challenge why only two percent of all golfers can play the game.

Unfortunately, the conversation has been all one way. Instead of the teaching community trying to figure out why they are so much better than the average golfer, they have been concentrating on what the handicapper has been doing wrong.


To the teacher way of thinking, and they have been forever telling us so, the game isn’t all that hard and there are reasons why the handicapper can’t get instruction to work. Reasons like, the handicapper doesn’t make the proper weight shift, they swing across the ball from out to in, they don’t make a full shoulder turn, and there are many more things their doing or not doing that are holding them back.

Then you have the other reasons for not improving. The handicapper doesn’t listen to the instructor. They think too much instead of just hitting the ball. They don’t practice enough. And many more reasons along the same lines, as to why the handicapper can’t get it right.

It is by constantly being told this information, that has brought about an unwarranted stigma and a feeling of inadequacy among the average golfer. Most handicappers feel quite embarrassed when asked the question. Whats your handicap,what do you play off?

You will come to understand as you read through the promotion,it is not your fault that your game is below the par shooter.


It is’ just too easy and to convenient, and to add another word, illogical, to blame the handicapper for their inability to improve. Think about it logically, how can you show someone how to do something for decades and century’s and continue to show them, and they don’t come anywhere close to getting it right? The people that are unable to get it right include rocket scientists, brain surgeons, politicians, retired sports persons with an abundance of eye hand coordination, talent and time to work on their game. You have the golfer that has worked at their game for most of their golfing life,and have spent all their spare time on the practice range,yet they still never get it right.


Why should it be that only two percent of all golfers that play the game can really golf? Why should it be that no matter howl hard or how much the average handicapper practices and plays, they never get it right?

Some of you die hard, may still be thinking the answer could be some physical move that will magically transform your game, and that it is only a matter of time before you find it. And I can understand you thinking that way, because that was how I thought for most of my golfing life. I always felt the answer was in the next instructional book, or the next method. Finely I had to bite the bluet and self confess,that if it was some kind of special physical move or a set of moves, it would have been discovered long before now. The same can be said for a metal solution. are what you think are, pat yourself on the back and off you go and shoot a seventy two. Again, if it was something metal that was holding the handicapper back from improving, it would have been recognized by now. I also reasoned it had nothing to do with athletic ability, IQ, work rate, physical strength, ones love for the game or for that matter ones level of body coordination or hand eye coordination. To many athletes and sports persons with lots of talent, body coordination and eye hand coordination have taken up the game and have failed to get it right.


After a life time of failures, I made golfs greatest discovery. It wasn't a case of a light bulb turning on above my head one day. It was the result decades of trials and errors,research and effort.

My discovery just didn't answers the questions. Why is it, that only two percent of all golfers can relay play golf? And why is it, the average golfer has never been able to advance to the same level as the better player? I went one step further, I went on to develop revolutionary learning techniques, that will give all golfers the opportunity to squire the same swing and to bring their game up to the same level as the better player.


My actual discovery was recognizing that there are two swings. The swing of the better player, is different to that of the swing of the average handicapper. It may sound as if I'm stating the obvious, considering the assortment of swings we can see on the first tee at our respective clubs,compared to the swings we can see on the tour. But its not just the visual differences we can all see with the naked eye, that makes the swing of the better player so very different. The inner mechanics and the ability to create body torque in their swing, makes their swing so very different to that of the handicapper.

To be able to distinguish between the two swings, I have named the better players swing as being a golf swing, and the swing of the handicapper as being a golf action. So where do I draw the distinction between a handicapper and a better player? If the golfer swings the club with a golf action, it is nearly impossible for him or her to be able to get down to a three handicap. They may be able to get down to a fore, but even that would be very rare. The reason why it is difficult to get down to low numbers, is due to the fact that the golf action, compared to the golf swing, is a very difficult body movement to repeat. The cut of then, that separates the better player and the handicapper, is round about a three or a fore handicap.

I can understand that there will be some of you that may be offended to be told you don't have a golf swing, and I'm sorry if you feel that way. I'm sure you will feel different when you come to understand the true golf swing. After I made my discovery, I myself had to confess that my own eight handicap swing wasn't a golf swing. I was also dismayed to realize, just how different my new swing felt, yet it looked much the same as my old swing when viewed in a mirror.


The biggest problem I have in getting my message across to you the handicapper,or for that matter, to you the teachers of the game, is the fact that there are two different swings. It is difficult to comprehend, because you can look at the golf action of a middle handicapper, and it would look much the same as a golf swing on the PGA tour. But I can tell you, the two swings may look the same, but the inner mechanics are completely different.

What do I mean when I talk about inner swing mechanics? Basically,the one attribute that separates the golf swing from the golf action, is the power source. With the golf swing, it is the power from the legs and hips that powers the swing. With the golf action, is is the power from shoulders, arms and hands that powers the swing. Another way to say it,the handiocapper will use their natuural instinctive power to swing the club. When the club is swung by using different sources of power, it produces different inner body movements. In other words, different inner body mechanics.

The first two questions my students ask me, even before we start the lesson are, one. How can the two swings look the same, yet be different? Two, how can the club be swung without using the arms?

I will start with question one,how can the two swings look the same yet be different?There are not many other sports or physical actions, that I can compare to the golf swing, golf action scenario. Where two action can look the same, yet the inner mechanics are completely different. I believe I may have found one, in the athletic sport, the Shot Put.

First let me give you a short history of how the technique of the shot put has evolved. When the sport was first conceived, the participants basically used the power from the arm to propel the steel ball, or rather the shot, in a forward direction. In other words, they used their natural instinctive power to make the throw. They did much the same kinds of mixed preliminary moves as they do today, just prier to the actual release of the shot. Moves like, full body tuns, half turns, strides and slides. After a time, and as learning techniques advanced, the whole shoulder area was involved in powering the shot. It wasn't long after that,that they used the power and movement from the hips to propel the upper body to make the throw. Then as techniques advanced even more, the athletes stated to use the power from the leg's, kinetically up thought the core of the body to propel the shot. Using the legs to throw the shot, is now the excepted shot putt technique. Incidentally, since the sport was conceived to the present day, the distance of the shot thrown has practically doubled.

By describing the advancement in the shot put, we can now relate to the golf swing, golf action scenario. First, when you look at the athletes competing in a shot put event, you cant really see with the naked eye where the power is stemming from to make the throw. Even if you viewed old footage from the past and footage from the present day,the athletes actions would look much the same. Yet we now know, that with the old version, the power came directly from the arm, and with the new version, the power is coming indirectly, or rather kinetically from the legs. Secondly, we now know, that much more power can be generated, when the legs are used to power the action, than when just the arm is used.

The question at the start was. How can two physical actions look the same, yet be so different? I think we can agree, that although the the old and new shot put may look the same with the naked eye, we now know that there inner body movement and inner body mechanics are completely different. The exact same thing occurs with the golf swing, golf action. The golf swing and the golf action may look the same when vied with the naked eye, but the inner movements of the body, and the inner body mechanics are completely different.

Lets say you hand someone a shot, you then show them a short clip of an athlete throwing it. You then ask them to emulate the athlete and throw the shot as fare as thy can in a forward direction. The chances are, provided they haven't studied the sport, they will use the power from their arm to throw the shot.

We find the same situation in golf. You hand someone a golf club, show them a short clip of someone swinging the club,and then ask then to emulate the same move. The student will take the club and try and emulate the swing, by swinging the club with their arms. They will swing the club with the arms, because that is how they have perceived the way the club was swung.

Hears where the two sports differ. Simply put,when you take up the sport of the shot put, the coach wont start you off by having you just use the arm to throw the shot. Nor will they start by having you work up through all the stages I spoke of earlier. You will be trained at the offset to use the legs, and by applying the most up to-date learning techniques. On the other hand, when you take up the game of golf, along with the fundamentals, you are taught and continually taught to swing the club with the arms.

The most outrages and baffling thing about the picture I have just shown you, is the FACT, that the teachers teaching you don't swing the club with their arms, they use the power from the legs and hips. To get a wee bit technical for a moment. You may have heard of connection in relation to golf, let me explain exactly what it means. With the golf swing, the upper inside part of the left arm, more or less stays connected to the side of the the golfer outer chest throughout the swing. The club is swung by first winding the upper body up against a resisting lower body. The upper body, plus the arms and the club are then unwound down and through the ball and beyond, by the advanced movement of the lower body. The arms never swing independently in their sockets, or independently from the upper body movement.



The only reason as to why you the average handicapper, have never been able to advance your game to anything close to that of better player, has nothing to do with your skill levels, hand eye coordination,or your lack rhythm and timing. It is the fact that the better player swings the club by using a superior method. My comments are not based on a well thought out theory, they are actual fact. I can explain exactly how the two swing feel like, and I can explain the exact mechanics of the two swings. Not only that, I can swing the club with a golf swing, which is now my normal swing, and if I concentrate hard, and not worry to much on the outcome of the shot, I can swing the club with my old golf action........ My findings cant be refuted and I would challenge any member of the teaching community to disprove what I have discovered.


To try and explain in a promotion, the vast differences in the method of the better player, and the method, if you will, of the handicapper, I feel would be a futile task at this time. The reason being, although it is not all that complicated, it still takes time to explain all aspects of my discovery. This I'm able to do effectively, along with my many new learning techniques featured in my book. At this time, I will outline the benefits to be gained by acquiring a golf swing.


As I said earlier, the average handicapper is still driving the ball much the same distances of the tee as they were forty five years ago, even with the advancements in equipment. Why should this be? It is the fact, that the golfer cant create body torque, by swinging the club with a golf action.

I cant emphasize enough, that you must be able to create body torque to produce distances. The teaching community will tell you to increase your shoulder turn to gain more distance. But that wont help you, if you swing the club with a golf action. A bigger shoulder turn wont do anything for you, if you cant create midriff body torque. This particular instruction, along with most other instruction that is aimed at helping you the handicapper, can only help the better golfers that already have the swing. Its like a modern shot put coach, who is trying to apply modern technique to an athlete, that throws the shot the with the power from the arm, and knows of no other way the shot can be thrown, No, the instruction wont work very well, but it would work very well for the athlete that already throws the shot the modern way.

When the club is swung with a golf action, the body mechanics of a action ,can't create torque between the upper and lower body. If there is no substantial body torque, there can be no power, and if there is no power, there can be is no club head speed, and if there is no cub head speed, the ball cant be compressed, and if there is no real compression, the ball wont fly very fare.

Why do you think it is, that very small and slight of build LPGA players can out drive the average mail handicapper? In some cases by as much as hundred yards. Look at most of the players on the PGA tore, their not exactly big athletic types. On the contrary, although they may bulk up in latter years, most of them start out slight of build. I think you will agree, length of drive has nothing to do with physical strength.

It is body torque and nothing else that has LPGA players driving the ball much further than the average golfer. It is body torque that has eleven and twelve year old naturals, boys and girls, driving the ball further than the average mail golfer. It is body torque, even with such a short swing, that allows me to drive the ball today, just as fare as I could drive it at any other time in my golfing life. And I'm now seventy nine


Before I developed my golf swing and when I swung the club with an action, I always felt I had to swing hard if I wanted length of the tee. Sure, I would constantly hear the teachers and pros say, swing easy, hit it it fare. Don't try and kill the ball, it will go further. Swing within yourself and the ball will fly longer. And many more sayings along the same lines. The problem for you the handicapper, is the FACT, that this type of golf swing wisdom cant work. And it is yet another example as to why golf swing wisdom and instruction cant work if you swing the club with a golf action.

When you swing the club with an action, you cant really swing easy. The reason being, the swing mechanics of a action wont allow you to swing easy. Think about it, is there anyway you as a handicapper can swing easy and get more distance, or for that matter, is it even possible for you to swing easy?

When you swing the club with a golf swing, you can swing hard and you can also swing easy. The reason being, you can create a tremendous amount of torque between the upper and lower body, at the transition from going back to starting the down swing. It is this build up of torque, that slings the upper body, plus the arms and club through the impact area. You have full control of the amount of torque you want to create and the amount of torque you want to release. On the other hand, in the action of the handicapper, it's the power from the arms and shoulders that swings the club through the impact area. I suppose you could try bringing the arms down a litter easier, but we know that's not going to create distance.


Teachers of the game have never been able to actually explain what torque feels like, they can only give instruction on how to create it in your swing. They do this by giving you, what some refer to as a magic move. Basically, its a move that helps you start the lower body ahead of the upper body at the start of the downswing. It is the lower body starting ahead of the upper body that starts to create torque within the swing. Some examples would be. Start the downswing by moving the left knee toward the ball. Start the down swing by making a lateral shift of the hips to the left. Start the down swing by return the left heal to the ground. And there are more examples along the same lines. They will tell you, that the move will give you the feeling of a tightening of the mussels in the left rib-cage area as you are about to start the down swing. Another examples, you will get the feeling of a built up of power in the stomach area. You will feel as if you are wound up like a spring as you are about to start the down swing.

Hears the thing, and I expect it will be the same for most of you. When I swung the club with an action, no matter what instruction I tried, I could never get my body into a position where I could feel the sensations I was told I should feel, nor could I create anything reassembling this torque I had been told about.

Sadly, the teaching community don't know any more than you do, that there are two completely different swings. They can only teach you the moves that works for them. Their mechanics allow them to make the moves so easily, the handicapper on the other hand find the moves impossible. And yes, their instruction will works very well for the young naturals, young naturals that swing the club with the same inner mechanics as themselves. 

Just to recap on creating torque. The better payers can make the proper move, and build up toque in their swing because of their swing mechanics. The handicapper cant make the proper move, nor can they build up torque in their swing, because of their swing machinists.

My revolutionary learning techniques, along with completely new knowledge of the golf swing, will not only allow you to build up torque in your swing, it will allow you to learn the exact same swing as the better player. Your distance with all clubs will increase dramatically, and with less effort. Simply stated and as a matter of fact , you will learn a swing, that creates torque within your swing.

The question of golfs swing wisdom and instruction not being applicable to the golfer that swings the club with an action, is a subject I cover extensively in my book.


Maybe just as important, if not more so than length of drive, is consistency from one shot to the next. Not only can the better players drive the ball much further than the average golfer,their consistency is so much better. Not only from shot to shot, but from day to day and week to week. I'm sure most of you will have experienced this consistency, when you have found yourself handing them the cash, after a tie or a club event.

The golf swing is a much easier movement to physically perform than the golf action. It fallows then,that if something is easier do, it is easier to repeat. Again, its a subject that is not all that complicated, but it is a subject I cant fully explain at this time.


I think I can fairly say, I'm the first golfer in the long history of the game, to discover the knowledge and the learning techniques, that can teach the golfer the actual golf swing. I have been able to teach myself the swing and at a very late time in my golfing life. I sincerely believe that the average golfer can also learn the swing. Yes, there is some effort involved, but then again, you cant get something for nothing, but I always looked at my effort as being a labor of love. And you must take into account, I was in my early seventy's when I was able to teach myself the golf swing , for most of you, it will be no problem.

Although my book is designed to teach the golf swing,I have recognized that not all golfers are willing to put in the effort that the learning of the swing entails. It is for this reason I have devised separate learning techniques, that will improve the handicappers golf action. This can be achieved within a short time, and without overhauling the golfers existing swing. Short time meaning, within days,rather than weeks. The improvements gained, will be in the way of increased length and consistency of strike.


How many times have you seen a golfer on the first tee addressing the ball with a over exaggerated bend in the knee. With the rear end sticking way out,or with the left shoulder way higher than the right.

This is a case of the golfer reading about something without having any real understanding of what they have read, or what they are trying to achieve. And lets face it, its not all the fault of the golfer, when you consider the inordinate amount of adverse, and in some cases, downright silly instruction. When you hear and read instruction that tells you, when at address, bend the knees, stick the bottom out, imagine a straight board attached to your back to keep it straight, look down your nose at the ball, stand as if your a quarter back getting ready to receive the ball, and the best one, take up an athletic posture, whatever that means? All thees examples when adhered too, set up tension in the body. Whereas when you addressee the ball you should be tension free.


The address, like most aspects of the swing has become just to complicated for the student to grasp. It is instruction that has an endless stream of does and donts. One book I read it took twenty two pages to describe how you should stand to the ball. In the same book, it took nineteen pages to describe the back swing. Then there is about the same number of pages describing the downswing,contact with the ball and the follow through. For the average golfer, it takes weeks to understand the instruction, then weeks more trying to apply the instruction to their swing. But the saddest part of all, is the FACT, that other than the stance and the back swing, the rest of the instruction is not even applicable to the golfer that swings the club with a action.

I may be older in years, but the knowledge in my book is completely new. It is not only new compared to anything that has ever been, but you wont find any does and donts in any of my instruction. My revolutionary learning techniques, replace having to study pages and pages of instruction, and eliminates the ever present thought as you stand over the ball, am I doing it right?

You can’t teach something, you never had to learn

When I talk about making discoveries, I’m talking about discovering certain things the better players don’t realize they are doing; things that enable them to swing the club the way they are able to do. If they don’t and can’t realize and recognize the things that have them swing the club correctly, then how can they teach or pass on what they are able to do?

You see the foremost reason that makes the swing so difficult to teach and I mean no disrespect to the teachers of the golf swing. Other than the fundamentals, what they have been trying to do is teach something they already were able to do from a very young age, something they were able to do instinctively and naturally, not something they had to learn. You could then argue if you haven’t had to learn the swing, how are you able to recognize the attributes that makes it work; how are you able to teach it



My discoveries will completely change the game and the way the swing is taught. Every man woman and child taking up the game, will start their golfing life on a level playing field.  It will be the norm, that every golfer will start their golfing life, by swinging the club with a golf swing. How much the individual may want to advance their swing, will then be up to them.

 Every phased of the game will change dramatically.  Here are but a few benefits, you can imagine many more. Golf will become the most competitive, and the most popular game in the world. Attracting millions of golfers back to the game, and millions more new golfers will take up the game. Bigger and more powerful athletes will take up the game; this trend will go all the way back to the very young. All existing records pertaining to golf will be shattered. This will include all the records for low scoring per round, rounds under par, birdies and eagles per round, longest average drive per pound, and on and on. Production and sales of golf equipment, and in all thing related to golf will increase dramatically. There will be a huge demand for golf teachers, to take the golfer wiling to advance their game to the next level. For the first time in the history of the game, golf teachers will have something to work with. As I said, use your imagination.

Help me spread my methodology.  James Cowan.

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