The “Golf Swing Rx” Program


I have developed a program over the last 15 years that has created better golfers.  Hundreds of golfers have embarked on the “Golf Swing Rx” Program journey and have become better golfers quickly. Golfers that have embarked on the “Golf Swing Rx” journey have become club champions; most improved golfers, won tournaments, recorded their lowest rounds ever and have made golf teams in high school as well as college. The “Golf Swing Rx” Program was developed through trials and tribulations that have surpassed golfers’ highest expectations.

The “Golf Swing Rx” Program will begin to take control of your game becoming the force that drives you toward a more efficient swing, a stronger mind, lower scores and a desire to continue to golf easy and to enjoy golf your way.  There is no limit to how good you can become and that is what drives me.  As you become better and begin enjoying your game, I want to help you get even better.

With information you give me through this website I will structure a practice/playing schedule that will develop your skills and lower your scores.   All I ask is that you relinquish conventional learning and instruction standards, open your creative minds, accept the “Golf Swing Rx” Program challenge and enjoy the ride to better golf, better golf your way. In the very near future, this site will be providing information that you can download and use to monitor and develop the skills that make golf easier and more enjoyable. This program will teach you how your swing works, how your game lives and how to grow into the best golfer you have ever been. You will be able to share this information with me, so together we can create your personal “Golf Swing Rx” Program.

The idea that golf is played 90 percent of the time between the ears is the truest statement in golf. The
“Gofl Swing Rx” Program embraced that idea and ran with it. The “Golf Swing Rx” Program teaches you how to practice mentally, develop and use your mental game with ease, making your swing more efficient. This is a program that is for the creative mind and determined golfer!

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