The QATSPY Golfer’s Sports Page: Golf Swing Tips
By: Charles W. Boatright
Golfer’s Text Message on the ESPY Golf Swing Coach App
Yesterday I was preparing an article about the a golf swing coach app, which is a self-coaching approach to your golf swing, for my website page entitled, “Developing the Golfers Elbow Grease.” During the final editing stage of the article, I received a Text message on my Twitter @cwboatright from a lady about the ESPY golf coach app. The lady started her text message by stating she purchased an E-Book in March of 2015.
And, for the first time, she was able to make progress in her golf game. Then in June she developed a severe case of Vertigo that sidelined her for seven months. The lady explained that she couldn’t even go to the range or even work on her golf swing in her backyard. She took the golf swing coach app format in my book and worked on presetting her wrists.
The only thing that she explained that she could do was to take the golf baton her husband made for her from the instructions on my website. She recounted that from August up to December, she used the golf baton and worked on presetting her wrists by swinging the baton 17 to 18 times per day for 10- minutes each hour. She was very uncertain to how she would perform, once she was able to get back on the golf course. After the beginning of the year, she explained how she recovered enough from her bout with Vertigo to go to the driving range on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday with her husband.
An Amazement Results in Golf
With the unseasonably warm weather, she and her husband went out to the driving range. To both their amazement, she explained how she was actually hitting her golf shots better than before her Vertigo condition. She continued to state in her text that she couldn’t wait to get back home to explain how The ESPY Golf Swing Coach helped her during her long layoff. She even explained that the layoff allowed her to actually develop her mental game of golf.
She concluded in her text that she understood exactly how Colonel Hall could maintain his handicap of four during the seven-and-a-half years he was held as a P.O.W. at the Hanoi Hilton. She explain in her text that the three simple (Sync, Preset, and Yaw) elements in the ESPY Golf Swing sequence became so routine to her that the elements were actually a part of her muscle memory, that for the first time she felt how her golf swing sequence was being set.
This was a very good testimony that I had to share with others about the ESPY Golf Swing App.
To start working on your golf game anytime and anywhere, purchase your copy of The ESPY Golf Swing Coach and develop your own GRIT Program.
My book can also be purchased at Edwin Watts Golf Store in Jackson, Mississippi. Phone No. 601-956-8784
820 East County Line Road, Ridgeland, MS 39157