All of these methods about copying robots, famous players or mimic the movements of mating rhinos are all destined to have the same results. The people who increase their practice time in order to “get it” will get better just as a default of more time and effort. Those will be the poster children for all who fail by reverting or quitting.
I guarantee (the sad part is this is unrealistic and I can’t prove myself right) that if you gave me 5 young stars and I taught them to swing exactly like Jim Furyk, down to his mind numbing putting routine, I would have one or two failures, one or two serviceable mini-tour/web.com pros and one guy who made the tour at least once. Coincidentally, the same success level those guys would have had if they worked as hard as they would without the Monte does Jim Furyk swing system.
As long as they practiced the 6-8 hours a day as all of the “success stories” of all the other method followers did…and I taught them to play golf correctly, it would turn out the way I said.
Then all of chops and ducks would flock to me and the only ones who would get better are the ones who practiced more than they did before they came to see me and the rest would quit.
Actually, swinging like Jim Furyk has as much or more merit for the average golfer than any other method or mimicry system out there.
Really though, do you wanna get better at golf? Find out what creates your worst miss and stop doing that. Welcome to the Slick Scheinblum Scratch-o-rama Surefire Success Swing System Seminar.
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