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John Smith, Sydney, Australia
Hi Lisa, …Golf was always frustrating for me because I spend too much time on the technical aspects of the game and over-analyzed my swing. You got me away from analyzing myself DURING my swing, and I never felt so enlightened on the golf course. You showed me the weaknesses in my mental game, allowing me to dramatically lower my score and enjoy golf at the same time. I am having a blast out there!… Thanks for all your great drills and ideasJohn Smith
Robbie Huston, TX
How are you? Doing great here. I ordered Breakthrough Golf last week. I read through it and picked out what I thought would be best for my game. I realized my problem was definitely mental. I practiced the mental approaches on the range and the putting green and I noticed a difference almost immediately. I have since played 2 rounds and the first one I shot an 83 on a pretty easy course from the white tees. The second I shot an 81 on a tougher course that was over 6900 yards from the championship tees. Yes I played from the championship tees. I was able to stay in the zone even after a bad shot and my putting was awesome. I 1 putted 5 holes unfortunately only 1 was for birdy. Last summer I had trouble getting it under 90. I am starting to keep a handicap and it is 7.3. Your book has helped me out tremendously in only 1 week. I can only imagine what it will do for me over a year. My goal is to shoot par and I know I can do it with your approach to the mental game. Thank you so much. Robbie Huston, TX
Rob Ayres
Lisa, I'll begin with the end.....thank you! I am 66 years old and started playing when I was 40 - I play at a 4.5 index. My tournament play has a dog's breakfast this year. I got very technical, cautious and probably changed my swing methods 5-8 times. Basically, I have always been a highly competitive instinct based feel player...hockey and soccer in college. In golf somehow I thought because it was more technical and things exponentially could go wrong, the game requires real focus on all the technical things...in the last year and I performed poorly in tournaments to the point where my son (in a father son tournament) asked me "what happened to your swing?" Your approach of process focus has been particularly helpful....tick-tock, swing speed etc have been enormously effective for me and brought the fun back into the game. I am focused on the swing process and the target...letting my body just do its thing. I'm playing by feel again and I love that! Your approach appears devilishly simple on the surface....based on all your research, I think your synthesis and the approach you developed are unique. Again, thank you. Rob Ayres
Maureen Mallmes
So much time is spent on the technical aspects of golf...perfecting the grip, the stance, the swing. Lisa's approach is entirely unique-one that uses your best instincts to improve your game. Since buying her book, I find myself naturally applying her techniques with no extra effort-and getting the results I want! Maureen Mallmes
Steve Baldock
I'm writing to tell you how much your ebooks have helped me in under a week and less than three rounds of golf. My putting which was scary (including having the yips) has changed dramatically since I got your books and has now become the strongest area of my game. I have today posted a score of 75 and my handicap is 19. I always thought this was too high but I have only played to it twice in the last eight months. Now, with today's score, I have played to a 7 handicap and shot my lowest ever score! Steve Baldock
Tom Leparskas Windsor, Ontario
It's a day and night success story. I bought your book, Breakthrough Golf. It was interesting and I skimmed through it pretty quickly, then read the putting tips. I had to hurry because the following day our Club Championships were being held...a two day pressure packed affair guaranteed. I tried just ONE tip from the book on the weekend. My score was 81 - my lowest score of the year! Tom Leparskas
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John Smith, Sydney, Australia
Hi Lisa, …Golf was always frustrating for me because I spend too much time on the technical aspects of the game and over-analyzed my swing. You got me away from analyzing myself DURING my swing, and I never felt so enlightened on the golf course. You showed me the weaknesses in my mental game, allowing me to dramatically lower my score and enjoy golf at the same time. I am having a blast out there!… Thanks for all your great drills and ideasJohn Smith

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