Consistent Golf Swing Tips

It is very apparent that golfers are sick of being confused about what is needed to build a consistent golf swing.

Golfers are sick of stepping up on the first tee without any confidence in their golf swing.

Golfers are sick of going around in circles trying one thing after another in an attempt to get better ball striking consistency.

And golfers are sick of being fed one random tip after another… golfers want a plan.

And that’s what I’m giving you with Consistent Golf Swingology.

A step-by-step plan to build a great, consistent golf swing that hits the ball longer, straighter and more consistently than you ever thought possible.

To do this you don’t need to be a slave to the range.

You just need to know the exact things you need to practice and then do them.

And as far as the setup is concerned… you can do everything in that section at home.

There’s no need to go to the range to perfect your setup. You can do this at home.

And in fact… it’s probably best you do this.


Because by trying to make changes on the range, you can get confused and agitated about results.

But by making changes to your setup and swing at home, you can focus on making a habit the things that will matter on the golf course.

You see, when you play you should not be thinking about your swing at all.

You just need to go through a physical and mental routine for each shot and then just swing. That’s why you need a reliable swing you can trust.

That’s the road I’m starting you down with the setup.

Because by the time you’ve finished the first 11 lessons of Consistent Golf Swingology, you’ll be able to confidently step up to every long shot you face, and go through a mental and physical routine that will give you the most chance of hitting a long, straight golf shot.

And I’m getting the membership site ready to house the first 11 lessons of Consistent Golf Swingology, which focuses on the setup. So next week sometime I’ll let you know when it’s ready for you.

Then after we’ve worked on the setup, I’m then going to start giving lessons on the backswing.

Look, you need a well organized plan if you ever hope to build a great, consistent golf swing.

Clearly getting one random tip after another is never going to do that for you.

So let’s get moving!

Click here to find out more about Consistent Golf Swingology.

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Jeff Richmond