I'm Johnny, a weekend golfer with a passion for the game that's been growing for over 25 years.
I'm not a scratch golfer, but I've come a long way from the duffer I once was. Every now and then, I break 80, though more often you'll find me scoring in the high 80s or 90s.
Remember, if you're looking for professional advice, your local golf pro or the online instruction I recommend are great resources. But if you're looking for a fellow golfer who's been where you are, who understands the struggles and triumphs of the game, then you've come to the right place.
If you can’t figure out how to get into golf with ease… if you hit it fat or thin… if you hook or slice your shots… if you fear being humiliated on the first tee… then this message is for you.
Any weekend golfer with average skills should be able to break 80 by applying some basic fundamentals and adjustments to his game, even if he’s not fit or spends much time practicing, if he only focuses on the small things that will help him figure out how to get into golf with ease.
And you need to realize, there is a cost to not dealing with how to get into golf with ease…
But don't give up just yet!
There is still hope for you to learn how to get into golf with ease. With a few simple tips, you can start hitting the ball farther and straighter than you ever thought possible.
You don't have to be embarrassed on the golf course anymore. With a little help, you can start hitting the ball down the middle of the fairway with ease.
You don't have to be frustrated with your golf game any longer. With the right advice, you can start seeing real results and start enjoying the game.
Here’s the story.
What most golfers do when facing problems with tee shots, slices, hooks, skulled, fat or shanked shots or the fear of being humiliated when playing with his buddies is to turn online for random swing tips or the magic trick that will solve their problems.
But for most weekend golfers, none of that works.
Do you spend time looking for the magic trick that will give you a sensational day on the course, jumping between a swing tip here and grip tip there?
All the different videos and online tips have really gotten out of control lately.
It’s time to go back to the basics.
With golf fundamentals, you only have to do two things. Stick with the fundamentals when you play, enjoy yourself with your buddies, and you’re good to go.
And what happens if you just do nothing to improve your golf? If you just keep doing what you’ve always been doing?
I'll tell you what will happen - you will be a duffer and miserable on the inside forever. And how fun would that be? Just think about all the fun you will miss out on.
But there got to be a solution?
Of course there is. Just hang tight…
I’ll let you in on a solution on how to get into golf with ease in just a little bit.
Dear golf friend,
I know your time is valuable, so I’ll get right to the point.
I need your advice.
I’m putting finishing touches on a new course called “How To Hit Longer Drives And Lower Your Score Without The Fear Of Being Humiliated On First Tee”.
I want to make sure I don’t leave anything out, so will you let me know your biggest question about how to improve your golf game?
It could be anything.
You may think it’s silly.
All you have to do is type your question in the box below and click Submit.
In exchange for your advice, I’ll give you FREE access to the PDF version of the GOLFEASER MANIFESTO. This is an 8 pages PDF that I plan to sell for $7 in the near future, but you’ll get special access to experience it for free when you let me know your #1 question.
Okay, here is the easy form…
Check your inbox for the GOLFEASER MANIFESTO download link when you press ‘Send!’
I hope you want to become one of us and contribute to the community!
Isn’t that exciting?
I’ve got an answer that works.
Here’s my story:
I was an average weekend duffer who was always getting humiliated on the tee. I dreamed of hitting long, towering tee shots down the middle of the fairway, but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't improve my game. I decided to start a community of like-minded weekend golfers who shared the same dream, and together we started to improve our games.
I wanted to be able to hit the ball long and straight, and to stop being embarrassed on the tee.
The external struggle was that I didn't know how to improve my golf game. I tried everything, but I just couldn't seem to get any better.
The internal struggle was that I was always comparing myself to my friends who were better golfers than me. I felt like I was never going to be good enough.
The problem was that I just couldn't seem to improve my golf game no matter what I tried. I would have days where I played well, but then I would go right back to hitting terrible shots. I felt like I was never going to learn how to get into golf.
I realized that I needed to find a community of golfers who were struggling with the same things I was. This was easier said than done, so I decided to leave my comfort zone and go on a mission:
“I am going to show average golfers, duffers and weekend warriors how to hit longer drives, lower their score and impress their buddies.”
I would found a community that helps weekend golfers learn how to get into golf with ease.
I needed to find people who wanted to improve their games and who were willing to help each other. I found a group of like-minded golfers, and together we started to improve our games.
The plan was to find a group of golfers who were struggling with the same things I was, and to help each other improve our games. We started practicing, giving each other tips, and sharing our knowledge. Slowly but surely, we started to see our games improve.
The main conflict we experienced was that some of the members of the group would get frustrated and give up. It was hard to keep everyone motivated, but we kept at it and slowly but surely we started to see everyone's game improve.
The end result was that we all learned how to get into golf and we were no longer embarrassed on the tee. We started hitting longer and straighter shots, and we were finally able to enjoy the game.
The transformation I experienced was that I was finally able to enjoy the game of golf. I no longer had to compare myself to my friends, and I was able to relax and have fun.
I learned that there are 3 SECRETS that we weekend golfers can easily implement to learn how to get into golf with ease…
Secret # 1: Fear of humiliation - “How weekend golfers can get rid of their fear of being humiliated on the first tee.”
Secret # 2: Hitting long drives - “Who else wants to learn the dirty little secrets and small adjustments that make you hit BOMBS down the fairway.”
Secret # 3: Impress your buddies - “See how easily you can beat your buddies and earn your right to brag.”
We’re doing it together in the community I founded, which now live here on Golfeaser…
We are WEEKEND GOLFERS!
And yes, we even got our own manifesto…
I AM A WEEKEND GOLFER
A weekend golfer is a special breed of person. Nicer, more sociable, funnier and FREE.
I IMPROVE MY OWN GAME
Weekend golfers find the dirty little secrets that will shave 5 strokes off his score next time he plays. First a weekend golfer breaks 100, then he breaks 90 and then, (maybe) he breaks 80. And he does it even if he is overweight and/or doesn't spend time practicing. Weekend golfers find THE WAY!
I HIT LONG DRIVES DOWN THE FAIRWAY
A weekend golfer is in constant search for the SECRET, the quick fix that will add another 20 yards to your tee shot. Shooting a high, towering drive far down the middle of the fairway is what makes him feel alive.
I IMPRESS MY BUDDIES
A weekend golfer likes a small skin in the game and wants to play in a way that impresses his buddies. He loves to beat them (and take their money).
I EARN THE RIGHT TO BRAG
A weekend golfer is a humble person (no BIG words), but he enjoys bragging about his game when he has deserved the right to speak up. (Especially in the club house.)
I CHANGE THE WORLD
A weekend golfer is a social person who cares about others and the community he lives in. He grows his social connections and makes society a better place. One round at a time.
I AM JUST ONE ROUND AWAY!
Are you ready to get started?
Here’s what it did for me…
I used to be an average duffer that struggled with my swing. Then I went on a journey that transformed my golf game. I guess you can still call me a bogey golfer, but today (more often than not) I hit longer shots, find more fairways and I'm not being humiliated. (I even impress my buddies every now and then.) And I can tell you - hitting long shots down the fairway is better than being a duffer.
There’s something I want you to know about me. I’m no one special, yet look at what I was able to do. I don’t have any supernatural gifts or anything. I actually really struggled with my golf swing. And that’s what I love about this system - I don’t have to worry about that anymore!
And it’s not just me.
“Any golfer with average coordination can learn to break 80 - if one applies oneself patiently and intelligently.” - Ben Hogan
We are all WEEKEND GOLFERS!
Today we’re a community who knows how to get into golf with ease… And we support each other. Can you imagine if that happened to you?
If you want to learn how to hit long tee shots, stop being humiliated and shoot well enough to impress your buddies and earn bragging rights, then sign up for the FREE Golfeaser Newsletter Series.
I will take you on a transformational journey - the very same road myself and others have traveled to improve our golf game. I'll show you how to get into golf with ease, how to hit long drives and how not to feel fear of humiliation so you can impress your buddies and earn your bragging rights.
Sign up today and let's get started on your transformational journey to becoming a better golfer. When you get the Golfeaser Newsletter Series today, you’ll get the keys to…
Secret # 1: No more fear of humiliation - How any weekend golfer can get rid of their fear of being humiliated on the first tee so you can focus on enjoying yourself and play better golf, which means you will remove the chains that’s holding you back from improving your golf game.
Secret # 2: Hitting long drives - How to improve at golf with dirty little secrets and small adjustments so you can hit BOMBS down the middle of the fairway, which means you will increase your chances to shoot a lower score. (Even if you’re a beginner, weekend golfer or senior.)
Secret # 3: Impress your buddies - You’ll see how easily you learn how to get into golf, have more fun, beat your buddies and earn your rights to brag, so you can belong and be able to benefit from all the perks that comes with being a golfer. (Your days feeling like an outsider looking in will be over!)
It all comes as part of the Golfeaser Newsletter Series and the community of like-minded weekend golfers.
And you are 100% safe to try this out. That’s all I’m suggesting. Just try it for a few weeks to see if it works for you.
If it does, you’ll be delighted - and I think that’s exactly what’s about to happen.
If for some reason you’re not delighted with what I show you about how to get into golf, hitting long drives so you can impress your buddies and earn your bragging rights, then just unsubscribe and move on.
Are you all getting this?
When you sign up for the Golfeaser Newsletter Series today, you also get the PDF version of “The 3 Easy Secrets Every Weekend Golfer Can Use to Improve Their Game” for FREE!
(Check your welcome email for the download link to this 12 page PDF ebook.)
Secret # 1: Fear Of Humiliation
How Weekend Golfers Can Get Rid Of Their Fear Of Being Humiliated On The First Tee
Secret # 2: Hitting Long Drives
Who Else Want To Learn The Dirty Little Secrets And Small Adjustments That Makes You Hit Bombs Down The Fairway?
Secret # 3: Impress Your Buddies
See How Easily You Can Beat Your Buddies And Earn Your Right To Brag
You have a choice to make.
Do what you’ve been doing (or worse, do nothing at all). You know where that path will lead. Is that really where you want to go?
Take a new action, and get a new result. And finally get the life and status you've been longing for…
The way I see it, you’ve got two choices.
1. Your first option is to do nothing and not take this leap of faith (which is 100% risk free).
2. Your second option is to pony up this tiny investment today (compared to all the value you’ll get in return) and just give it a shot.
See if it’ll work for you.
If it doesn’t - for whatever reason - you haven't lost anything. There’s no risk. You have nothing to lose but the stress and headaches.
Which do you really want for yourself?
Here’s what to do now…
I'll see you on the inside…