Dear fellow golfer,
None of us are getting any younger.
Every day our joints are slightly stiffer…
Our flexibility is a little less that we’d like…
And the “glory days” of smacking the ball 250, 280, or even 300 yards off the tee are long gone.
But that doesn’t stop most of us from trying, does it?
Every opportunity, we head down to the range, pull the driver out of the bag, and do our darn best to put the fear of God into that golf ball.
We work on our tempo. We try and eke out every bit of distance we can.
Some of us even are so dedicated, we go back to the gym routine we had in college to try and get some of that rock-solid muscle we had back in our youth.
But it’s all for nothing, isn’t it?
No matter how hard we push ourselves, we end up exhausted, frustrated, and in many cases, seriously injured.
If you’re anything like me, this is around the time you’re saying to yourself…
And you’re right.
After all, golf isn’t a sport of raw power.
It’s a quietly dignified game filled with incredible feats of finesse and technique.
It’s a sport in which a person past their physical prime can compete against – and soundly defeat – a bigger, stronger opponent…
All by using their instincts, intelligence, and carefully honed technical skills.
Any true golfer knows exactly what I’m talking about.
Take almost any other sport in the world – such as boxing, football, or basketball – and you’ll notice a mere handful of athletes past 35…
Let alone those in their fifties or beyond.
But the history of golf is filled with the stories of players who did their best work AFTER they hit the big 5-0 milestone.
Like Lee Trevino, who won a whopping 29 tournaments after the age of 50.
Or Jack Nicklaus, the “Golden Bear’, who took home first place in a whopping 25% of the tournaments he played in as a senior.
Or even Gary Player, who won a startling 19 championships in his golden years.
Now, you know as well as I do there are few men alive, at any age, who could step up to the tee box and stand toe to toe with these golf giants.
I’d wager even modern-day legends like Brooks Koepka or Dustin Johnson would think twice about taking one of these “old timers” up on a bet…
Despite being younger, more flexible, and having a faster swing speed than any of these golf legends.
Which begs the question…
Why are these “over the hill” golfers able to continue to play at a level that keeps opponents in their physical prime wary of ever making a bet with them?
It’s got nothing to do with their flexibility, strength, or raw distance.
You see, being able to reliably and consistent strike the sweet spot of the golf ball is, in many golfers’ opinion, the single greatest skill you can have in your tool belt.
After all, when you can hit the sweet spot every time…
Frankly, by mastering the sweet spot, you’ll avoid the trap too many golfers fall into…
The Big Swing.
I’m sure you’ve seen it before. Hell, you might have even done it a few times yourself (I know I’m guilty…)
You step up to the tee, square up, and bring to bear the mightiest backswing you think you can get away with.
Every muscle in your body activates at full force to send the club hurtling forward. Mid-way through your swing, you feel a sharp stabbing sensation in your shoulder – but mentally push it down, knowing you’re willing to sacrifice some comfort for a 250-yard power drive…
Only to have the ball sail wickedly off-center, landing in the deep rough – and far closer to the tee than you expect.
In 1998, Golf Digest did a study into how much off-center shots affect distance.
Given a 100-mile-an-hour swing in all cases, hitting the sweet spot perfectly would yield a 258-yard drive.
But every quarter-inch off the sweet spot would lose golfers approximately 8 yards of distance.
In other words, being a half-inch off the sweet spot would result in approximately 15 yards of lost distance. A full inch, over 30 yards of distance…
And that’s not even counting how much consistency and accuracy is lost by missing the sweet spot, even by the tiniest bit.
Want more proof?
Take a look at these two photos from an article by Jaacob Bowden, of Swingman Golf…
The first player is a tour-level golfer. The second, however, has a 10 handicap.
Yes, you read that correctly.
A whopping 10 extra strokes, every round, just from a slight variation on his swing.
I think by now, we can all agree…
And I know which side of the equation most golfers want to be on.
It’s why I enlisted the help of Bobby Luzzi, 68-time champion, Callaway Staff Professional, and the “secret weapon” of thousands of great golfers, from weekend warriors to PGA Pros.
In his 34 years of professional playing and one-on-one teaching, Bobby has participated in more than 600 professionally-sanctioned golf tournaments, on five tours.
He’s a certified Master Instructor, Club Fitter, and creator of the iZone golf training aid glasses, in which he has partnered with Kevin Harrington, one of the original Sharks on Shark Tank.
And perhaps most importantly, being a senior golfer himself, Bobby has a unique insight into the needs of the senior golfer.
In other words, he has first-hand experience on exactly how to create a smooth, effortless swing with perfect tempo that will send the ball sailing exactly where you want it, every time.
On top of that, his wide range of experience as an instructor has allowed him to create a system anyone can use to improve consistency, add distance, and hit the sweet spot every time.
Needless to say, when I heard about Bobby, I knew he was the perfect person to teach senior golfers how to hit smoother, longer, and injury free drives.
That’s why we worked together to develop…
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