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The key to reliable drives is a still head and eyes. Imagine trying to pound a nail into a board while you're tap dancing. It can't be done. And you can't drive the ball if your head and eyes aren't dead still. Still like sitting on the couch watching television still. Still like not jiggling the baby after you've just got it to sleep still. Completely still. All the way through the swing.
It's so important that you've got to build your swing around your steady eyes. It's got to be done from the feet up and involve every part of your swing.
You need to see it for yourself. Get a mid-iron and a ball. Drop the ball two or three feet ahead of you. Stand up straight with your feet about a foot apart then bend over at the waist. Keep your knees slightly bent and your back straight. Balance your weight equally between heel and toe. Take gentle practice swings using only your shoulders, arms and hands. Brush the grass with the bottom of the club head, and swing slowly. Notice how easy it is to swing the club back and forth. Your head and eyes will effortlessly stay on one spot.
Move up to the ball. Using the same gentle swing, contact the ball and send it ten feet forward. You didn't have any problems hitting it perfectly. You got it first time. You can do it every time. The stroke was easy and comfortable.
That's the way golf is supposed to be for every stroke with every club in the bag. In this booklet, we'll teach you how to make changes for every part of your body and swing. You can't skip anything and still succeed. It must be accepted as a whole. The changes are dramatic and purposeful, not incremental. You'll have to make a choice between your old swing and the new one every time you step up to the ball.
You'll find out that your new swing is a revelation.