Eric Lodgins con STICKMAN Golf Swing: Simplified Swing for Lower Scores - Easier on the Body - Less Practice to Maintain (English Edition)I was participating in a scramble golf tournament in early spring 2016. It was the long driving hole - a par 5. I was one of the longer drivers in the group and I really wanted to bust one out there. I was feeling rickety that day (you know when your muscles are tight and you feel like your joints are kind of fused together). So I did what felt comfortable to me; I didn't realize it at the time, but it was the beta version of the STICKMAN Golf Swing. I piped it dead straight and long.
Searching for a reliable golf swing is like trying to find the holy grail. It's a pipe dream. I was searching for 30 years. I was endlessly tinkering, watching youtube videos, seeking out tips from gurus and touring pros.
Discovering the early version of the STICKMAN Golf Swing was like many beautiful discoveries. It was serendipitous.
So, from that moment - that "swing" - during the scramble tournament, I made it my mission to search for the golf swing holy grail with unequaled passion and fury. Pounding out balls at the driving range: playing round after round of golf (much to the chagrin of my wife and children who not surprisingly did not share this passion).
I studied the "swing". I further simplified the "swing". It's straight: it's long: it's repeatable; it's kinder to the body..it's amazing. I took copious notes. I wrote this book. I'm so excited to share it with you. Especially if you are frustrated with your golf swing and are thinking about giving up golf altogether!
The STICKMAN Golf Swing was fully realized by me (a single digit handicap golfer) by the fall of 2016.
If you are curious about what it looks like, I've posted a short video on my Amazon "author page".
Last Spring, I shored up my golf knowledge by passing all requirements for Canadian Golf Teachers Federation membership (an affiliate of the American based World Golf Teachers Federation).
Let me tell you about Daryle, one of my students this summer. He is an avid golfer and he played a lot as a kid. But now, in his 50's, he was struggling with making good, consistent contact. At first, I thought Daryle was going to give up on the STICKMAN Golf Swing. He was overly mechanical with these new ideas while battling his previous, more comfortable swing. But, at the 2-month mark, he started hitting the ball longer, straighter and more consistently. Here's what he has to say:
"I recommend the STICKMAN Golf Swing method wholeheartedly. I haven't had such command of my ball since I was a junior. If you are struggling with your game, do yourself a favor and try Eric's technique. "
Learn the STICKMAN Golf Swing and like Daryle, bring back joy to your game.