Do the 30-Days to a Fluid Golf Swing Challenge!
You don't a tee time, a golf course or even a driving range to practice your swing...
You don't need a set of clubs to practice your swing...
You don't even need to hit a golf ball to practice your swing...
The challenge is straightforward-simply follow along for 30 days to improve your swing technique and increase clubhead speed. This program will show you a method of learning a fluid golf swing that doesn't require going to a golf course or driving range or even hit a ball. The methodology in this program is meant to help you build a solid golf swing in just minutes a day so that when you do go play or practice the movements will feel natural and comfortable.
Build a confidence in your swing!
This is accomplished through repetition. The program will guide you through daily sessions meant to help you build body awareness and overall confidence.
Build a solid golf swing in just minutes a day!
Over 30 days you will work your way to a fluid golf swing. Simply watch the video tutorials that are no longer than five minutes. Your training will consist of specific skills each day based on movements that you do in the golf swing. By practicing these moves away the course, without hitting a ball, the movements will become ingrained in your body so that when you do go play or practice your swing will feel natural and comfortable.
Since you are not hitting balls, there is no judgment of ball flight so you can work on your swing technique without getting frustrated.
Whether you are a rank beginner golfer or a seasoned player by doing this 30 day program, you will improve your swing technique and create a fluid golf swing.
A Fluid Golf Swing in 30 Days! The challenge is straightforward-simply follow along for 30 days to improve your swing technique and increase clubhead speed.
You don’t need to go to the driving range or golf course, you can simply make practice swings in your garage or living room at home in just a few minutes a day (just make sure that you don’t whack the ceiling or walls!) Use the Shortee Practice Training Club.