[headline_arial_small_left color=”#B10000″]Please, Check Your Email Inbox For A Message From Me Containing A SECRET Link to access The Consistency Special Report…[/headline_arial_small_left]

Jeff Richmond, Director Of Instruction, Consistent Golf

I just sent a confirmation email message to the email address you entered in the opt-in box on the previous page. That email message should arrive in your inbox within a few seconds (a few minutes at worst).

Inside that message is a link. A secret link. Don’t share it with anybody because that link is important. When you click that secret link you’ll be brought directly to the page where you can read my Special Report on golfing consistency and improvement.

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1. Add to your safe list. This is so your email program won’t think my messages are spam (unsolicited ads for Viagra, diet pills, money making scams, etc.). Not that my email messages look anything like spam and you can unsubscribe at any time.

2. Check your inbox for a message with the subject line: “Response Required: Confirm Your Request For The Golf Consistency Report.” from The confirmation email message will look like this:










3. Click the LINK inside that email and you’ll be sent directly to the page where you can read the entire Special Report.

[headline_arial_small_left color=”#000000″]If Your Confirmation Message Has Not Arrived After A Few Minutes…[/headline_arial_small_left]
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If your email confirmation doesn’t arrive just follow the simple instructions to the right.

If a confirmation message still has not arrived check your “spam” or “junk” mail folders. Sometimes innocent mail gets placed there accidental.

If that doesn’t work, you may have to log-in to a “webmail” account if your mail is delivered by your Internet Service Provider.

If you are still unsuccessful click here to fill out the form with another email address.

If all that fails consider signing up for a free Gmail account — which does not block mail you want to read.