Why Moe Norman?
Avoid Injury and Play Great Golf well into Old Age
My grandfather had to quit. Golf was a game he fell in love with when he was a child, but he had to quit.
He hit his first (and only) hole-in-one when he was about 13 years old.
When he tells the story he explains how he had no idea the ball went in the hole. He searched all around the green, in the sand traps, the deep rough, but to no avail. Finally, he checked the cup. He couldn’t believe it. He saw his ball complete with three red dots that formed a triangle (his mark), and he was so excited he didn’t even finish the round.
He ran straight to the club house to buy everyone drinks, but not one person believed him.
That’s the trouble with being young.
But later in life he was faced with something more difficult than no one believing his only hole-in-one. He had to quit the game he loved. The game he grew up with and excelled at playing(he became a scratch golfer). He had to give up one of the most important parts of his life.
“I’m just not able to get the results I’m used to.” He wasn’t in pain – he was frustrated . He couldn’t hit the ball like he did in his prime.
A lot of people decide to quit golf when they get older. It’s not always because of injury (often it is). Sometimes it just gets frustrating.
Maybe you’ve lost some flexibility or some strength, and the ball doesn’t fly off the tee anymore. Maybe you are less consistent. Maybe your back aches at the end of the day. Maybe it’s a little of each.
That’s the trouble with being old.
But it doesn’t have to be. Read on.
Moe Norman won 8 out of 9 tournaments on the Canadian senior tour. The one he didn’t win, he placed second.
In old age he continued to drive the ball over 250 yards. At 63 he hit it 300 yards.
While other golfers were getting older and their scores were slipping, Moe was still reaching his prime. He was actually improving. His scores improved drastically because he started to care about putting.
If you do a quick google search for Golf Flexibility, you will see all kinds of results.
People are having problems with flexibility. Especially older people. That’s not a surprise, because the modern golf swing is very demanding on your spine(more on that in a bit), and as we get older we become less flexibile. If you are my Granddad, you give up the game you love because you can’t get the results you want anymore.
But you don’t have to. Moe Norman didn’t have to, and it’s no fluke. His swing requires less flexibility and less power, but don’t believe me. Once a physicist declared that Norman had the most scientifically sound swing in golf. You can read that full article on USA today here.
Flexibility isn’t the only problem. It’s that constantly putting this kind of tension on your spine is bad for your back. 30% of golfers suffer back pain, and over 70% of tour professionals have to deal with back injury in their career.
It happens to players of all caliber, and the more you play, the more likely you are to get back problems.
If you swing like Moe, you will be much less likely to develop back problems. It works because you stop your hands much sooner in the back swing, before you put too much stress on your back. You still get the same power because your setup is slightly different and you use the natural physics of the club to do the work.
For example, imagine holding a hammer at the very top of the handle – right next to the head – and swinging it at a nail. You will probably have to hit the nail several times to drive it all the way into the board. Now imagine holding the hammer all the way at the bottom of the handle. A lot of people can hit the nail all the way in with one swing. That’s how Moe’s swing allows you to maintain distance while putting less pressure on your back.
Moe’s swing is not for every golfer, but if you are having problems getting the results you are used to getting, losing flexibility, or dealing with backpain, it IS for you.
We will even help you for free. We will give you five free exercises that will get you swinging like Moe. Just click that link and you will be on your way.
Those will help, but if you want to guarantee you are swinging exactly like Moe, use our product, Feeling Moe’s Greatness. It is like training wheels for your golf swing. If you follow the instructions you will begin to swing exactly like Moe and you will develop a muscle memory that will help you when the guides are gone.
Not to mention you can practice through the winter. You will be 3 months ahead of all your friends, and that is plenty of time to master the swing.
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