Does How To Break 80 Really Work or Is it a Scam? Here is a review of Jack Moorehouse's Program:
Almost everyone who’s played a round or two of golf has fantasized about hitting the greens and having every stroke put the ball precisely where you want it. What would the look on your buddies’ faces be like if you went out there and played like a pro? When they ask you when you’re going pro you can just flash a smile and say “I’m not in it for the money”. Okay, maybe this fantasy is getting a little out of control, but wouldn’t it be nice if you could shave your score down under 80 with just a few weeks of practice? Of course it would, and with Jack Moorehouse’s book "How to Break 80", that’s one fantasy you could turn into a reality.
There has been quite a buzz on the internet in recent months about How to Break 80. It is widely regarded as one of the best guides available for increasing your driving distance and accuracy. The author is serious about the claims he makes about his book, and has even offered to send customers $50 if the guide doesn’t work for them!
An Offer I Couldn’t Refuse
I was a pretty decent golfer before I got my hands on Jack’s book, but when I read the claims he made about the course I had to take him up on his offer. If the book was just another useless guide telling golfers to emulate the swings of their favorite pros, I’d ask for a refund and get $50 in my pocket. Of course I was skeptical about the efficacy of the techniques he’d teach. I had read a bunch of books on improving your golf game and most of them just gave the same benign tips that just don’t work on the course the way they do on paper. There are quite a few guides out there promising to give you the long drive that will make the crowd gasp in amazement, but the ones I read didn’t do squat for my drive.
Practice Makes Perfect
The guide focuses on getting the basics right and being able to duplicate your perfect swing every time. That’s nothing new, but the drills were different than any others I’d seen or heard of before, and within days my swing felt more comfortable, and I felt like I was able to put more of my body behind each stroke. The way each drill is repeated on a regular basis makes getting your new swing engrained easy, and I found myself nailing each shot without even thinking about my swing after three weeks or so.
Your Mind Set
The guide also talks a lot about getting in the right mindset every time you step out on the course. This was huge and really hit home for me. I tended to goof off too much while I was playing, and the methods Jack teaches in the guide allows you to get your game face on every time you pick up your driver. I think of this as mental lockdown. When I walk up to the tee now the rest of the world ceases to exist, and my focus is 100% on my shot. I know how to breathe right to calm my nerves and just let my body make the perfect swing for me every time. Needless to say, this aspect of the training was the icing on the cake for me.
I was almost hoping for this system to be a failure so I could just shake my head in disgust and get an extra $50 in my pocket. Now that I’ve used the guide to take my game to a new level, I wouldn’t trade it for $500. It’s the only golf course that wasn’t a waste of time and money for me, and I’m enjoying playing golf now more than I ever thought I would. It turns out it’s a lot more fun when you don’t stink at it! From the first week I started doing the exercises and using the mental techniques in the guide, every aspect of my game just started falling into place, and my skill level was increasing after every practice.
If you want to take your golf game to a level you would have previously thought you’d never reach, check out “How to Break 80”. It delivers everything it promises and more.