“?#@*&%!!! Why did the ball go left?! I hit it right down the middle!” Is this you? You are not alone. This happens everyday to every golfer. Sometimes we may even miss the ball completely! Don’t say it’s never happened to you because we know it’s happened to even Tiger Woods…just probably not recently. Maybe you hit the ball just as hard with a perfect swing as your golfing buddy, but it never goes as far as his ball. WHY? Why can’t I hit it 320 yards?
We’ve all seen it happen. It’s as if all pro-golfers are like superman and have this amazing unattainable swing speed causing the ball to go farther than any ball you have ever hit. Today we will be reviewing, World Long Drive Champion, Eric Jones’ book, “The Five Keys to Distance.”
This training program is for amateur golfers who want to see an improvement in their drive distance and swing consistency when hitting off the tee. We would not recommend this product for beginners, but it is not to see that it would not work. GolfPH is reviewing this product because we know that there are a lot of different programs out there, so it can be confusing choosing the right one. In this review you will find out what you will receive in the program, a brief recap, pros, cons, and some tips. Then you can figure out if this is the right program for you.
Here’s what you will get when you buy Eric Jones’ program, “Five Keys to Distance – 20 Yards in 21 Days.” You will receive a downloadable version of this book with online video access. There are also bonuses included to increase the value of the program for you. In the book you will find a step-by-step explanation of what to do, why it works, and how you do it.
Learning to play golf is a long, frustrating and tedious process. You can’t perfect any part of the game without practicing and often it can take you years just to make sure you don’t ever shank the ball. This golf-training program is a comprehensive swing instruction program teaching you how to add distance and consistency when driving off the tee.
Here are the definite pros. The program identifies 5 key aspects of any golf swing that contribute to how far your ball goes. Then it explains how you can integrate those 5 aspects into your own swing by practicing specific drills and exercises. This is what makes the program so great. You will learn these 3 things: What to do, Why it works, and How to do it. We can confidently say that all the other distance programs lacked at least one of those aspects in learning anything.
After applying the drills and concepts to our game people have stated they have seen an improvement in everything from our drive distance and our striking consistency. Eric Jones spells it out simply for us so that the concepts are easy to apply and understand. He teaches us basically everything we needed to know through his acronym “B.L.A.S.T.” which stands for:
B = Balance
L = Leverage
A = Arc
S = Speed
T = Target
Not to say that this program is perfect. There are a couple of cons…mainly 2 to be exact. Eric Jones is the Long Drive Champion and is a professional golfer. He is an expert in golf distance and he even has a Masters degree in Sport Psychology. He’s a coach and played for Stanford University. He figured out a process to improving his swing speed to more than 140mph. He’s a trainer for people all over the world, so you can probably get our drift. He did not make this program easy. Sure it’s 21 days, but it’s no walk in the park. The program also isn’t suitable for beginners. It’s tough and hard to apply when you don’t consistently hit the ball off the tee every time yet.
The concepts in this book will not only improve your long drive, but the rest of your game as well. Eric Jones has broken down his comprehensive swing method into just 5 points and takes you by them step by step. By following his methods, you will gain longer yardages and have a more consistent stroke. Overall, I recommend this program. To find out more information about the product, click here “The Five Keys to Distance” by Eric Jones
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by: Jeremy L.
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