Came across a product yesterday claiming to add 73 yards to your drive with pin point precision. Wow, 73 extra yards. And I gain pin point accuracy also. Like anything that sound too good to be true…then it probably is. But wait that’s not all you get all the benefits without wasting time by practicing.
So what is this product? Does it show you how to get a sqaure club face at impact? Or release the club like a tour pro? Or a program developed by a Top 100 golf instructor?
But wait you are not limited to improving your golf swing. You can also improve your basketball game because the same product can improve your vertical leap by 10 inches. Again no training needed.
I though I had seen all the gimmicks or hype on how to improve your golf game but this one get the gold medal. No it is not a new teaching method, training aid, book, or DVD. You get the benefits of 73 extra yards, increased accuracy, and unbeleivable jumping ability from a supplement. Unbeleivable, a pill can produce these results without any training or practice time.
If this pill can produce these kinds of results for a weekend golf imagine what improvements a trained professional could obtain. Currently the PGA Tour Average for driving distance is 287 yard. So assuming they can acheive the same 73 yard improvement the average distance could jump to 360 yards (assuming all players use the supplement).
If these claims are true what implications would that have on the game? Again assume that all golfers are taking the supplement and get the same benefits. Would scoring be broken on the tours? Could someone shoot a 54 or how about a 49? Since every one would improve distance by at least 25% golf courses would have to be lengthened. So a US Open golf course could be a monstrous 9300 yards in length.
If golf courses are not lengthened then golf equipment would need to be altered to keep the difficulty of the game equal. Or greens would have to be re-designed and made extremely difficult.
Here are couple testimonials:
“I’ve spent at least two-grand on “golf schools”, and had pro’s teach me how to generate the real power in my swing, which has all helped. But using XXXXXXX is ridiculous. After about 2 months it has easily added another 70 yards to my drives, one ball after the other… I’m blasting them deep into the back of the range and now I average 340-yard drives, almost 70 yards farther than my previous best and I’m still seeing increase. My accuracy is astonishing, too. Thanks guys - I’m a customer FOR LIFE!”
“Maybe the best part about XXXXXXXis that it means I don’t have to spend hours practicing. I run a business and have to work long hours, so taking Adenotrex means I can pump out 60 or 70 extra yards of accurate distance on my drives, and have a calm focus on each round, without sacrificing hours with my wife and children. Fantastic product XXXXXXXX!”
I know golfers can be gulliable when it comes to improving their game and are willing to try anything to acheive these improvements. But a 25% improvement in distance with any practise or training of any kind? C’mon I was born at night but not last night. I have a hard time beleiving anything that claims drastic improvements in short periods of time with little or no work invovled and itt does not matter if the product is golf related or not. If you think it will improve your game great but a product like this is not for me.
Would you be willing to take a supplement to improve your golf game?