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  1. wuz

    Monte,
    That training device looks like a self flagellation device.
    You use it to beat yourself on your back for being stupid
    enough to buy it.
    Thanks for sharing these tidbits, it makes the game of golf more enjoyable.

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  2. James

    Definitely a well deserved compliment. Since I’ve been taking lessons from you my game has improved dramatically, more importantly my attitude is so much better. I still struggle with old habits, but the learning process itself has been very enjoyable and worth every penny.

    Perhaps a dozen people have asked me what I’ve done to improve. I’ve told them about you, but only one has checked out your stuff. It seems like most golfers are content to ‘figure it out’ themselves. I wonder why they bother when there are so many knowledgable pros out there to help. IMO, most golfers are just not patient enough. Which raises the question, how long would you say it takes to ingrain a new swing? Of course, given the student puts in a reasonable amount of practice and playing time.

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    • Monte Scheinblum

      IMO, my ideas on how to improve are so simple, they will improve the golfer no matter how hard they work at it.

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  3. Michael

    That training aid looks ridiculous, which is a shame since his main Tour Tempo product is actually a good one.

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  4. Doug B

    I went to their website to find out how much this beauty costs – only $169.00 (!!!!!!). Just – wow. Words fail me. If you watch the you tube video – at the 1:29 mark the guy makes a swing with a real club. He uses a strange looking sawed-off follow through. It looks like a punch shot. Why would you feature such a swing when you’re hawking something supposed to improve the dynamics of your swing? Maybe if you really follow through with that torture device the hinge will release and put the club head through the back of your skull.

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  5. Calvin D

    It is entirely possible that a training aid could be invented that encourages all the proper swing fundamentals. That thing is not it.
    The best aid invented so far is the golf club. 🙂

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  6. rojoass

    I have a friend & his best training aid is Miller Light. It’s his swing lube.
    I don’t advocate. Least not for me.

    http://rojoass.com/

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  7. Wally

    PRODUCT, PRICE, PACKAGING, PLACEMENT, AND PROMOTION. YOU CAN SELL ANYTHING AND MAKE MONEY AS LONG AS SOME “BELIEVES IT WILL WORK”. BACK AROUND 1980 OR SO A MARKETING STUDENT SOLD “PET ROCK” AND MADE A TON OF MONEY

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