What distinguishes this program from all other golf improvement systems is that this: 1) Is NOT written by a tour pro or tour coach it is instruction for the rest of us 2) Has a definite schedule, day by day on WHAT and HOW to practice 3) Has a definite timeline 13 weeks 4) Is NOT a comprehensive study on the golf swing (available) 5) Shows you the minimum amount of skill and information needed to attain a single digit handicap. The best athletes in the world have coaches who give them the answers. I can tell you from my own days on the range that trying to figure out the swing is a waste of time when an experienced coach can simply tell you the correct thing to do. I ve done the experimenting for you. "This is the shortest route to sub 80 rounds" - Jay Lim What does single digit mean? Literally, it means a handicap of 9. The USGA says you should NOT beat your handicap very often. So, that means if you had a handicap of 9, you should still shoot in the 80 s. When I hear single digit I think about someone who shoots in the 70 s. If you want to shoot in the 70 s, then you need to be about a 5.
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Jay Lim is a teaching pro and simply another golfer who can shoot in the 70 s on any day. He is not a tour pro who has a $500/hour swing coach. He doesn't practice 8 hours a day and Hasn't been playing since he was 2 years old. In fact, Jay took up the game in my late 20 s and reached a 0 HDCP (2004) within 18 months from no experience. He's an average guy 5 9 , 165lbs. He's built his game on his own with a few lessons (literally 8 lessons from 4 different coaches in the last 5 years). In a nutshell, Jay knows the minimum it takes to shoot in the 70 s and, after doing hundreds of swing analyses and hitting thousands of balls on the range, Ihe's developed a program for current clients to do the same. He's taken some students from 13 handicap to 5 in a matter of 4 weeks, 20 to 9 in 7 weeks, beginner to the 80 s in 5 weeks. Some clients are senior citizens in their 60's scoring in the 70's. Jay has built his swing and game from scratch and is going to show you exactly how he practices and what I he is physically capable of doing in order to shoot in the low 70's. His main advice to all golfers is to PRACTICE proven correct motions on the range. Do not go to the range to FIGURE OUT the golf swing.Review:
Just a follow-up on my progress. New Handicap is 8.5 with a trend toward 8.3. Your lessons have done a great job of getting my swinging motion into pure energy instead of off center hits. I'm only missing 1 to 2 fairways each time I play. Thanks Jay, I'm really enjoying being back into the single digit area. --John Webb, 63, Yorba Linda, CA
Hello Jay! Thanks for the notepad and everything! I shot 82 yesterday and 77 (w/ four 3 putts) today! Have a wonderful week! --Karen, 18, Los Angeles, CA
Your help seems to be really getting my swing on a better plane! I played rancho san joaquin in Irvine - it was not a difficult course (about 6100 yds)... but the swing improvements did show up in my score - 76! personal best on a par 72 course. The swing improvements are encouraging and I really feel that even par will be within my reach someday. - Fritz Wienecke, 52, Brea, CA --Fritz Wienecke, 52, Brea, CA
I went to Jay as a solid 11 handicap with a pretty good knowledge of the golf swing. Through his analysis and teaching technique I now have a better understanding of the golf swing. After 2 lessons (and hitting balls every day in between to reinforce what I had learned) I shot 75 at the Players course at Mile Square from the Blue Tees. I only missed 3 fairways and 4 greens. His lesson on tempo made all the difference in the world and gave me more yardage through the bag. If you want to play better golf, call Jay. I ll be in touch, I still have questions --Kevin, 35, Redondo Beach, CA
Thanks a million for your awesome coaching! As you know, my primary goal when we first met was more distance , which you showed me how to achieve. The only problem was I sacrificed my accuracy, which you helped me straighten out as well. Now I m hitting the ball straighter and further than ever before. But mostly as a result of your great coaching, you have encouraged me to quit my day job and join the Pro Tour! Seriously, I was shooting high 80 s to mid 90 s when we first met just six lessons ago, and yesterday I shot my first +3 round!!! I firmly believe I ll be close to an even round after a few more lessons with you. Keep up the great work, and I m looking forward to our next lesson. --John Stephens, 34, Orange County, CA
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