Lets look at what others are saying...

PROOF: Listen TO What These 44 Guys Are Saying!"

"People Have Noticed My Improvement!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark xxxx [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: 30 December 2008 20:40
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Greetings

Hi Andy,

Firstly season greetings to you and trust all is well.

I have just started playing since July this year (2008). I got the bug. I made the commitment to purchase some clubs, took some lessons and play as often as i can. With the help of a handicap tracker I'm currently playing as a 26.4 handicap.

I make it a part of my practise plan to listen to the DVDs along with the book every day, even have them playing in my vehicle when driving. One result is that i have played several games with a work colleague and he mentioned on Monday of this week that over the last few weeks he has seen a improvement in my golf.

On Saturday i played a round with one gent who plays off 9 handicap, he commented on how good my golf swing looked and how well i was hitting the ball, this as you can appreciate made me feel good.

I play a regular Saturday morning game, 2 weeks ago i went round in 113 shot, this Saturday i went round in 93. This also includes 3 dropped shots for lost balls in the fairway, due to leaves, harsh i know, however i want to play the game right so dropped shot it is for lost ball.

Tomorrow I have a society day, yes on new years eve, the confidence that i have got i actually feel that i will score well, in the last few weeks with the help of the book and people have notice my improvement, so much so that the organiser of the day commented to me that he would not be surprised if i came in the prises running on the day, this not being the price for coming last may i add.

Thank you not only for the book but also for your the contact after, this along with the rules you send on a daily basis, I look forward everyday to the answer and the new question.

Best regards and Happy new year

Mark

"Gained 40 Yards Of Distance!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Lascurain [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.net]
Sent:22 December 2008 22:34
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Merry Christmas

Andy,

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for you and Family.

I have gained 40 yards of extra distance with my drive, only by applying your lessons related to the grip.

Thank you very much, for making me recover faith in my golf.

Kind regards,

Michael Lascurain

"Best 9 Hole Score In Career!"

-----Original Message-----
From: John Porter [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.net]
Sent: 21 December 2008 03:51
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Thanks

Dear Andy,

Many thanks for your Christmas wishes, I don't know whether all your excellent advice is at last paying off, but today we were unable to start our normal Sunday three ball until 2 p.m due to heavy frost last night, so, as we felt that we would be unable to complete 18 holes and as there was a long queue at the first tee, we decided to play the back 9. I took up golf on my retirement at 65 and was down to 14 handicap after two years. Since then, (I am now 72) I have been hovering around 13 -14 but not able to get it down any further.

Anyhow to get back to the point, I had the best 9 hole score in my golfing career of 1 over par.

A great Christmas present and encouragement to do even better in the new year!

Keep the advice coming!

Happy Christmas,

John Porter

"Playing Partners Were Suprised!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Ian xxxxx [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.net]
Sent: 19 December 2008 12:02
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Golf Update

Hi Andy

Thanks for your good wishes and a very Happy Christmas to you and I hope 2009 is an excellent year for you.

I enrolled with you in November receiving "Golf Swing Secrets Revealed" my plan was to fully digest the contents and to spend the Winter months trying to master and practice the techniques in the hope that I can reduce my 28 Handicap next season.

I do play some winter golf ,but not a lot and the driving range is a popular location for me during the winter months.

I am not a particularly fast learner and one of the main reasons I came to you was it is very easy to forget what you are told having lessons ,but with your techniques I have a regular reference document to revisit some of the golf course experiences and correct things that go wrong at my leisure. I had a very scary experience last week when I played 9 holes at my local course and went out in 42 shots when I normally score around 50.

My playing partners were very surprised but not as much as I was. I have never told any of my mates about "Golf Swing Secrets Revealed" for fear they will ridicule me but undoubtedly I employed some of your techniques an I am sure that helped make the difference.

As I said I have a winter plan which I will stick to but I will keep you posted on developments . I am sure I can consolidate the changes I am making which are very radical compared to my old swing. I hope you don't mind me writing to you but I thought you might be interested.

best regards

Ian (Urquhart)

"Handicap Down from 21 to 18!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Gantverg [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: 19 December 2008 09:48
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: thanks - message

Hi, Andy,

Greetings from Phoenix, Arizona.

My USGA Handicap is down from 21 to 18 due primarily to your book, CD's and DVD. Thank you.

Also, thank you for the rules of golf you send me every day. I wait for each one. Unfortunately, I did not receive the 4th rule of golf and the 83rd rule of golf. Please send those because the questions are always intriguing, and I am always interested in the answer.

Thank you, again.

Sincerely,

Larry Gantverg

"Scores Reduced By At Least
Ten Shots Per Round!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony xxxxx [mailto:xxxxx@xxxxxx.co.uk]
Sent: 18 December 2008 12:49
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: More confidence

Dear Andy,

Thankyou for introducing The New Four Magic Moves to all concerned.

Must admit I was slightly reluctant to try "yet another golf swing system" as previous results have been deemed fruitless on a personal level. Glad to say, common sense prevailed and went ahead with the purchase.

Driving has now improved dramatically and the impact mark on the face of the driver indicates pin point accuracy on the sweet spot, thus finding fairways instead of the old rough stuff - which is nice !!

Consistancy in set-up routine prior to the drive has ensured more confidence and a solid foundation for longer straighter drives.

This groundbreaking method can be taken from the driving range to golf course very easily. No technical babble to confuse the lesser golfer.

Scores have reduced by at least ten shots per round to date, with more effort applied I can imagine even better results for the future.

Kind Regards

Tony

"I Enjoy My Golf!"

-----Original Message-----
From: John Green [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: 18 December 2008 06:24
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Enjoying my golf

Hi Andy,

Thanks for your good wishes.

Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all the mail and help you have provided throughout the year.

You have been the catylyst for an earnest endeavour to improve my golf and while I have not persevered entirely with your methods, they have formed the basis of a swing which I am more than confident with when I go to a golf course.

The end result is naturally, I enjoy my golf and feel so much more at ease with myself.

Thank you thank you.

John Green.

"You Look Like A Pro!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick Dean [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: 17 December 2008 18:35
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Thanks Andy

Hi Andy,

Many thanks for the kind wishes, and may I wish you and yours all the very best for the festive season too.

You have been prompting me for feedback, and the reason it's taken so long to reply, is because I've been working hard on completely changing my swing according to your guidelines. This has resulted in some frustrating experiences on the driving range and course, as some of the bad habits I've cultivated over the many years that I've been playing insisted on making their presence known at every given opportunity.

I'm pleased to be able to tell you that they have all disappeared!! I play off a 26 handicap (with a 20 competition allowance) which I haven't allowed to depress me in any way (right!!!). Over this weekend, I met up with a colleague of mine for a social game. Before joining him at the course, I went to the driving range to warm up. From the first practice shot with my 7 iron, the balls were flying straight at my aiming point, the distance astonished me, and I could barely feel the ball make contact with the club face. Thus bolstered, I made my way to the course where I informed my colleague that he might just be in a bit of trouble :-) He plays off a 20 handicap, and has been known to make a ball cry with his driver. From my first tee shot, the ball was down the middle of the fairway, and somewhere between 80 - 100 metres further than I have ever hit it with my driver. The first hole is a par 4 stroke 3, and my second shot was pin high just off the right hand side of the green. My colleague told me after the game that he thought my first drive was just luck, until he saw me replicate it hole after hole after glorious hole.

There was a 12 handicapper playing as part of the 4 ball, and for the first time ever in my less than illustrious golf career, he complimented me as follows: "Your swing is a thing of beauty to watch. You look like a pro" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Needless to say, I was a little overwhelmed at such praise.

On any given day before this, I would shoot somewhere between 99 and 110 (ouch). For the first time ever, I shot 90. Given my handicap, that gave me a net 64 (8 under)!!! If I hadn't gotten a little overconfident at one point, it could have been around 87. Next goal is to break 90. My colleague assures me that if I keep playing like this, I'll be breaking 80 in no time.

Andy, I have to say THANK YOU SOOOO much. It's like I just started this great game, and just want to get back on the course. Naturally my new game isn't going to do my handicap any favours, but I like to think that others need the extra strokes that I'm giving up more than I do :-) With humble thanks

Kind regards

Patrick Dean

"I Am Still Pinching Myself!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Roberts [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: 11 December 2008 10:13
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Our story

Andy,

I was galvanised to write to you after reading Tony's story. Mine is similar and I am still pinching myself after incorporating your "First New Magic Move" into my swing.

At the age of 66 I thought that I had read everything useful about the mechanics of the golf swing. However none of the books, articles or occasional lessons from golf coaches when my swing went awry ever explained the correct way to cock my wrists. After one practice session incorporating this move from your video, supplemented by diligent reading of the first chapter, I am now hitting the ball long and straight with confidence. T has truly been a revelation and was so obviously the correct way to hit the ball I cannot believe it was never explained to me before.

And I am not the only one to benefit. My wife, who recently took this infuriating game up, has successfully incorporated the move into her swing and is already enjoying hitting further from the tee but more importantly is hitting her second and third shots from the fairway, instead of the woods.

I was so excited I sent your promotional material to two golfing fanatics, including our family dentist who has been reduced to hitting 5 irons off the tee in an effort to stay on the course. Yesterday I talked him into trying out your first new magic move on our local practice fairway in his lunch break. After a few practice swings he drilled three consecutive drives long and straight. His grin, after the third ball cracked off the driver, was a treat to behold.

Now I cant wait to incorporate the rest of The New Four Magic Moves To Winnign Golf into our swings. Now if you can only come up with the secret to successful putting and help me eliminate the dreaded "yipps"!

Thanks for putting some real enjoyment back into our golf game.

Peter & Lauris Roberts
Howick Golf Club Inc.,
Bucklands Beach, Auckland, New Zealand

"So Much More Confident!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Kerry Wilkins [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: 09 December 2008 08:21
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: More Confident

Hello Andy,

Thanks so much.

All going well so far and I'm feeling so much more confident now since I have received The New Four Magic Moves information!! Cheers,

Kerry Wilkins

"Consistently Keep The Ball Straight!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Melbourne [mailto:.xxxxx@.xxxx.net]
Sent: 07 December 2008 20:07
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Thanks Andy

Hi Andy

Just got to agree the book is truely fantastic!

I'm a real golf duffer. Taken the game up several times over the last 20 years but given up after a couple of months due to lack of time.

Now I'm semi-retired and so I started playing with a couple of mates, one of whom is a ex golf pro. Frankly I'm an embarassment to them. I mis-hit most shots, usually very badly. My wife bought a new driver for my birthday. She might just as well not have bothered. Also bought a new set of Callaway Big Berthas, as they are supposed to be "forgiving". What a disaster. So the ex-pro offered to give me a lesson.

Last week I bought your book and read it and started to apply some of the lessons. Then I had a lesson from the ex-pro. He is a good teacher and his methods fit very well with your book. He is very keen on the early wrist cock and his views on stance are very similar to your own, although some slight refinements.

Today I went down the practice ground and did quite well. When I used the early wrist cock and your grip the percentage of good straight on target airborne shots was impressive. So then I went down to the driving range. Worked up from the 9 iron to the 4 iron (my longest iron). Again a very high percentage of good shots. Even the bad shots were much better, going straight and 80 -100 yds.

So I thought I would try my new 460 cc driver. So I carefully took up your recommended stance and took a few practice swings. I should say that as yet I am still not using a full back swing, but trying to get everthing else right.

Finally I put a practice ball on the right size tee and took a careful swing following your recommendations. Well I could not believe my eyes! The ball left the tee like a bullet. It went straight, gaining height as it went. It pitched on a small bank at around 230 yds and bounced to about 250 yards. I have never hit a ball 200 yards before. God alone knows what might happen if i took a full swing and used a decent ball! I now see how pros can hit 300 metre plus drives.

To be frank the distance is not the most important part. Hitting straight, consistent airborne shots is much more important. My pitching and shorter shots have really improved.

Looking forward to receiving the video and seeing how I progress.

Thanks very much

Chris Melbourne

"Most Cannot Believe That I Am 80!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Reg Shanhan [mailto:xxxxx@xxx@xxxx@xx.com]
Sent: 04 December 2008 20:07
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: My Golf Game

Hi Andy,

Well today we played ambrose 4 Bal I was the lowest Handicapper of 23 so I became the Captain We paled off a Combined Handicap of 12.5

Ended up net 59.5 Apart from the 6 Holes where we had to take the three other guys Drives I hit the Ball off the Tee well to the Points where my Drives had to be selected every other time. I am hitting the Fairways every time and Putting well thanks to your advice on various aspects of the Game

I am happy with my Golf as I out drive and Play most guys a lot younger than myself Most cannot believe that I am 80 going on to 81 early Jan coming Thanks for you tips etc etc

Reg Shanhan

"Best Round In My Life!"

-----Original Message-----
From: John XXX [mailto:xXXXX@xXXXXx.com]
Sent: 02 December 2008 19:56
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: 67 year old golf success

Dear Andy

Thanks for your continued emails - managed to download The Four Magic Moves To Winning Golf.

I am a 67 year old golf tragic who has strived for 25 years to improve my game and handicap which has fluctuated from 12 - 19 currently 16 - I have had quite a few lessons over the years, read numerous books, watched videos - As you have indicated your approach is completely contrary to all conventional teachings.

Well you are going to like to hear what I have to say.

In applying your method in my second game on a difficult course I had only played on three previous ocassions I shot ten over par - missed six relatively easy putts inside six feet - had my putting been up to scratch I could have had the best round in my entire life of serious golf over a twenty five year period.

Thanks,

John

"Far More Consistently!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Lloyd [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.com.au]
Sent: 30 November 2008 23:21
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: golf secrets

Hi Andy,

I have my own business and have been going through a busy time and have not had much time to practice, and am only playing about three times a month.

Having said that, it has made a huge change to my swing and the way I hit the ball. I find that when I get it right, the ball travels anything from 10% to 40% further. The trouble is because of infrequent play one or other of my old habits still creeps into about half my shots. I am 58 years old and play off 19 or 20 and two weeks ago in competition, after spending six holes getting the "feeling" right I played to 2 under par for the next nine holes including 3 birdies in 5 holes..

I am hitting the ball much better, and far more consistently, but keep flying the green, both with pitches and approaches. I am just not playing enough to get the distance feel right yet.

I'm hugely busy moving into Christmas so hopefully will be able to give you a better testimonial in January when I get some more time to play/practice. I can feel it coming.

Thank you for your golf secrets.

Best regards,

Peter Lloyd

"I Am Hitting The Ball Great!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Mr. Blase [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.com]
Sent: 30 November 2008 12:52
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: new first magic move

Andy,

I had trouble figuring out the first new magic move and I just couldn't hit a ball using it. That was in July. I promptly forgot about it and went about trying to fine tune my swing on my own.

My results for the year got worse and I splipped from an 11 to a 15 handicap. I lost confidence, distance and was "lost". One day I went to the range after re-reading the first new magic move with a commitment to give ita real try. Well I really don't know what changed but I hit a jumbo and a holf bucket of the best golf shots I've ever made. Picked out targets and fired at them and watched in amazement as the ball went to the target. It was a strange feeling and I had to think about it before every shot but I honestly only hit about 10 bad shots out of the roughly 200 balls I hit. I aws excited to say the least.

I was scheduled to play with my 15 year old son the next day on a difficult course. I could not sleep thinking abouit my shots on the range. Standing on the first tee I told my son that I was trying something new and strange and I didn't want him to comment on my swing. Well I shot a 78 that day and was in heaven. Golf was never this much fun in the 50 years that I've been playing.

I ordered the course and unfortunatly had a rather bad fall and hurt my left elbow so even though I'm still playing I'm not able to practice much or execute the full 4 new magic moves at 100%.

But I can tell you that I am hitting the ball great, getting comments from the better players thatmy swing is 100% improved and hitting the ball farter than ever. I made CD's of the audio files and play listen to them on my comute to an from work. I'm always hearing something new and I cant wait until my arm is back to normal so I can apply these move at 100%.

Thanks and I wish that I had read this book 50 years ago!

Mr. Blase

"What A Great Difference!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Garry xXXXx [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx]
Sent: 30 November 2008 02:33
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: New Magic Moves

Andy

I want to tell you what a great difference the New Magic Moves have made in my ball striking. I joined only a few weeks ago and I have a new confidence which is giving me great pleasure. So, another thing to be thankful for as I consider my seventy three years of a blessed life. God has been good. 

Again Andy, I thank and salute you for the service you have provided. For many years I have worked hard at the game and finely a major breakthrough.

May God bless you and yours as you remember Thanksgiving.

Garry

"Improved Dramatically!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Richie xXXX [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.co.uk]
Sent: 29 November 2008 21:55
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Thanks

Hi Andy,

Just a quick e mail to let you know i went the range being more cautious with my wrist being flat as in the photo, and it improved dramatically my ball striking was at its best and flight was good,

so thanks

richie

"My Drive Is Much Longer!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Mireille Beauregard [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.ca]
Sent: 28 November 2008 23:55
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Re: Thank you

Hi Andy,

Thank you very much for all your wonderful emails always very interesting. I received your hard book and the dvd in september, my husband is also very interested with your lessons. We will go to play golf in Florida in march. Already my drive is much longer than before.

Have a nice winter.

Cheers,

Mireille Beauregard,
Québec, Canada

"Found The Holy Grail!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Joseph xXXX [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.co.uk]
Sent: 28 November 2008 22:46
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: new four magic moves

hello andy.

over the moon with the new four magic moves to winning golf info especially the dvd.

i find i respond and understand far quicker to the visual than the written instruction. the main benefit for me is now understanding what ive done when ive hit a good shot rather than when ive hit a bad shot.

many a time over the last 5 years since i took the game up ive hit that perfect shot only to spend hours trying to figure out exactly how i did it.

thanks to you i now know and as you say in the intro to the video my scores have got lower my mistakes are fewer and i have found the holy grail that is consistency.

will keep you informed of my progress.

best regards

joe.

p.s. the day after you mailed me i scored 39 pts off 24 h/cap and won £50. also tied for first place as club champion in my local society with an average of 33.27 over 8 games.

happy days!

"Good Stuff!"

-----Original Message-----
From: AJ [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.net]
Sent: 28 November 2008 17:45
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Shot 70

andy,

I printed all 155 pages of the new moves and have read most of it several times,,good stuff,,,shot 70 yesterday from the sr tees, 5500yds,,,I am 75 now but still learning,,,made 3 birds and one bogie,,,my new swing seems to be really working so far,,,

have a big srs qualifier dec 9th and hope to be ready by then,,,I am a 8 hdcp at present,,,,am working hard on the short stuff and think that I now understand better the techniques involved and need to practice everyday,,which I usually do anyway, love this game and play almost everyday,,,I play in many big sr. tournaments during the year,,summers in northern wisconsin and winters in florida,,,,

I am 5ft 7ish and about 150lbs,,not a big guy but can usually outhit lots of the big guys,,,I have been an athlete and coach all my life and try to stay in shape by golfing everyday and also some light exercise,,,I believe that you can live a long useful life if you stay active and I try to,,,,going to go practice the troublesome short pitches now,,,

your friend

aj

"My Whole Approach Towards The
Game Has Changed!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Subodh XXXx [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.com]
Sent: 26 November 2008 09:02
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: weekender golfer

Hi Andy,

I am a weekender golfer with a handicap of twenty.After putting the new magic moves into practice my whole approach towards the game has changed.Earlier a round of golf meant a good walk with friends wherein you lost a few holes and won a few .

But now my approach towards the game is more serious though still not consistent. The inconsistency is due to lack of practice and time spent on the course.During a round, I find it difficult to remain focussed on the game for a considerable duration of time and hence my scores slip.Never the less, I am enjoying my golf more than ever before.

The shots I could not play earlier, I find myself better equipped and cnfident to pull.The book has been a great help to put the game in the right perspective.Though not yet, I am sure the day is not far when I will be able to announce that I am playing to twelve.

Warm Regards

Subodh.

"Dropped My Handicap From 27 To 25!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Sandi P [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.com]
Sent: 25 November 2008 04:25
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: November Golf Update

g'day Andy,

Well, I've been holding off writing as I really thought that I would be the exception to your method of swinging.

I eagerly read your information, laboured for 3 weeks playing the occasional improved shot, then the next week dropped my handicap from 27 to 25 , and then following week to 20. So in 5 weeks I have gone from 27 to 20 as you suggest I could on your site.

Have to say if I didn't know that I'm playing consistently longer and straighter I could have thought it was the odd 'lucky shot'. I'm at the point now ( having won the annual "most improved golfer" award for 2009 with my play in the last 6 weeks) where the other ladies in the club are actually asking me what I've changed to have improved so much. They want to know if I've had some lessons from the Pro.. I have directed them to your site.

Thanks for you help, I also enjoy the rules quiz that comes daily, some I know some I don't.

regards

Sandi P

Emigrant from Hampshire in 1965, now living in sunny Queensland Australia, eat your heart out, we play golf 52 weeks of the year

"The Early Wrist Break Works!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Earnest XXX [mailto: xXXXx@XXX.com]
Sent: 23 November 2008 18:37
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: It works

Hey Andy,

The Early Wrist Break Works !!!!

I've been playing golf for only two years and I must say the early wrist break works! One day I was warming up before a round. I teed up my balls and start drilling a seven iron 180 yards HIGH and STRAIGHT !!!

The golfer next to me said, "great shot, is that a 5 iron?" Nope, I replied - it's a seven iron. He was so amazed he watched my swing for a few shots and noticed the EARLY WRIST BREAK.

So he asked, "why you break your wrist SO EARLY?" I really didn't have time to explain because of my tee time. After seeing his 200 yard SLICE with his driver, I told him to put his feet together, I placed his wrists in the magic backwards wrist break and told him to hold it, and I told him to turn his shoulders around (not up). Now, hit the ball but keep your head down and DON'T LOOK UP. The shot went a STRAIGHT 225 yards. Now, he was amazed at himself. You can try this for yourself if you like. And oh, I only played the front nine and shot a 39.

Like I said, THE EARLY WRIST BREAK WORKS!

Earnest

"Hitting The Ball Much More Solidly!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick Farrell [mailto:xXXXx@xXXXx.ie]
Sent: 22 November 2008 10:24
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Many thanks again for all your help

Hi Andy,

Unbelieveable how time has flown.

Thanks to your tips to cure my slicing iam at present hitting the ball much more solidly.

the most difficult part of the 4 special moves I find the most difficult to achieve is the weight transfer on the down swing.

You must appreciate I am 65 years of ageand old habits die hard,but even at the stage I am at this present moment I am still able to out drive some of my younger playing partners.I get a little disheartened sometimes when I read that some chaps have turned their game around after only one visit to the driving range,with me its taking me a little longer but ican assure you your golf secrets are definitely working,the big thing I find is trying to put them all together Many thanks again for all your help.

Yours Sincerely,

Patrick Farrell

"Your Excellent Method !"

-----Original Message-----
From: Ken Nelson [mailto: xXXXx@XXX.com]
Sent: 20 November 2008 00:09
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Golf Method Feedback

Hi Andy

Just thought I would give you an update of my progress with your excellent method which I have tried to use for a few weeks now.

First of all I need to say that I am getting on a bit (70)and have over the years had a few problems with my body which has slowly taken its toll and my h/c has gone up from 9 to 13 . -the major problems being loss of length and balance.

Since my 2nd new knee replacement (left) and also replacement/fixing of my ankle (right) you can guess my problems have not been easy to solve.

xXXXx started me on a new idea of just turning which was a great help but loss of length and some inaccuracy resulted.

Since finding your new magic moves I have slowly been able to carry out the hip slide forward and round and together with careful balance control to put together a swing which is beginning to work for me.

I find to right hand wrist break quite difficult and have developed a left hand turn under and slightly inside the line takeaway which gives me a great deal of confidence and extra length and accuracy.This way I can remain balanced which I think is very very important to me.

The feeling of the club swinging through does not happen every time as I still occasionally find myself helping the club through the ball (almost but not quite over the top) but the results are never disasterous.I will keep working on this and I'm sure it will get better.As you know practice is one thing but doing it on the course in the 4ball is something else.

I am sure that you have given me a swing which will help me through the next few years and I am most grateful to you for your sharing it with me.

Suggestion --put together a cd for chipping and pitching using the same methods it would be interesting.

Kind regards

ken nelson

"Bingo!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Grey [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXXX.com]
Sent: 17 November 2008 04:18
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: thanks Andy

Hi Andy,

Thanks for the rules info Andy,also the first new magic move.

I play off eight and naturally draw the ball and with the new wrist break started to hook,my fault though as I was taking it back closed.After a few more swings I started the break in a more neutral position---Bingo!

I find the wrist break gets you to the top in a more consistant fashion and will continue to use it.

Many thanks,

Alex Grey

"I Feel My Confidence Is Coming Back!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Southall [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXXX.com]
Sent: 16 November 2008 22:42
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: game

Andy

Have played very little but coupled with your dvd and a couple of lessons week 1 scored 100, week 2 91 with 6 pars and a birdie (2 eights and 2 sevens in the balance )

I am 53 years old now -the highest number of pars I have ever scored was 9 and that was 18 years ago I feel my confidence is coming back and I am striking the ball much more solidly with good distance.

Regards

Chris Southall

"Big Thank You!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark XXX [mailto: xXXXx@xXXxxxX.com]
Sent: 15 November 2008 01:06
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: 100 to 94

Hi Andy

I was a 100+ on a par 70 course. This week i have gone sub 100. A 96 & 94. This a first at sub 100.The 94 only happened yesterday.

I continue to listen to the self hypnosis and the new four magic moves to winning golf are always playing in my vehicle.

I have got to say a big thank you and now I'm working on consistency and then another goal.

Regards

Mark

"I Am So Pleased!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Werner Kemp [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.co.nz]
Sent: 13 November 2008 18:08
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: golf score : 78

Good day Andy

I have been reading your tips on golf for the past year or so and was never able to put a round of consistant golf together. The other day I shot a 78 gross off a 14 handicap. This included a black out on the ninth.

I often had good rounds of golf the past few months, but only on the front or back nine. The is the first time I broke the 80's. I am so pleased.

This is mainly due to your tips and hours of practice on the driving range.

Have a wonderful day.

Werner

"Excited About Them!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Viv Peters [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.net]
Sent: 13 November 2008 04:03
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: learning moves

Hi Andy,

I have tried the moves and am excited about them. Truth to tell I have always suspected that the first move should be as you recommend. This is what Seve always did. All through my golfing life the role that the wrists play has confused me.

As you say most golf coaches insist on no wrist break until waist high. Woozie rolled his wrists from the start. David Blair's method requires "oily wrists" at the end of a narrow arm triangle. Maybe they all work but you can't fool all of the people all of the time!Dave Thomas (this shows my age) used your method.

Whenever I suggested to a pro moving the back of the right hand back to try to meet the right forearm they would say this causes slapping of the ball. And it would if you consciously try to hit the ball by failing to hold the angle late into the downswing. Your explaination of how it should be and, if I am getting the message correctly, how you should not do anything consciously in the downswing other than carry out a lateral hip movement or "bump" as some people call it provides for me confirmation of what I have always suspected. 

So, thank you.

Regards,

Viv Peters

"They Have Really Been Helpful!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Brandon Ryan [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.com]
Sent: 12 November 2008 07:38
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Great Golf

Andy,

Thank you for all of the tips. 

They have really been helpful. 

I played 18 yesterday and shot an 89, which is excellent for me. Get this, I even sunk one in the hole from 50 yards out with a sand wedge. 

What a great feeling. Your tips are some of the best. Keep it up! 

Brandon Ryan

"Good Work!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Joe xXXX [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.com]
Sent: 11 November 2008 19:52
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: driving well

Hi Andy,

Yes, did some good work and it helped me very much.

Many 240-250 yd drives right down the center of the fairway.

Joe

"Revived My Enthusiasm For Golf!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel XXXx [mailto: xXXXx@XXXx.com]
Sent: 11 November 2008 14:34
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: New Magic Moves

Hi Andy:

to be quite honest your New Magic Moves book as revived my enthusiasm for golf.

I had been into "The Naturel Golf Swing" for the past 8 years and decided to return to a conventional swing this year. I have always been one to tinker my swing many times during a round of golf , basically after every bad swing .

However , this year , I made myself a promise to keep the same swing all year and I did so with good results until I read your e-book . I then incorperated your new 4 magic moves into my swing which was not very hard and the results were dramatic. scores went from 95-100 last few years to 90-95 yearly this year to 80-85 since your swing changes.

Biggest change is with my driver very very long drives , most dead straight and when I miss hit still 220 yeard + and mostly in play. I am interested in any more materials that you have that you thing can help me along ... last comment end of season here in Canada best ADVICE IS KEEP HEAD DOWN AND SEE CLUB HIT BALL..STRAIGHT SHOT EVERY , TIME.... LONG WITH MINIMAL EFFORT THANKS ALOT

Daniel

"I Am Very Satisfied With The
New Four Magic Moves Program!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Alan XXXx [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.com]
Sent: 10 November 2008 19:27
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: changed my game!

Hi Andy,

I'm still working on the techniques, but I can truthfully state that by practicing the wrist break, it has changed my game totally.

I have dropped approximately 5 strokes from my handicap at this point, but are consistently scoring 10 strokes off my norm. (It takes a while to affect the handicap.)

Absolutely! I can also remember a middle game that I just wasn't thinking, and it fell right back apart!

For the most part yes. Part of my problem, is that I started playing when I was 55 years old. Oh, how I wish I had started when I was 5! As I stated, if I concentrate, and go through the moves with deliberation, my game is consistently 10 strokes better than it was, and I know there is more to come with practice.

But I'm not pushy, so I just recommend and let it go from there. From my standpoint, it was money well spent.

I am very staisfied with the New Four Magic Moves program.

Thanks!

Alan

"Trust In The New Four Magic Moves!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Yvonne Gilbert [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.com]
Sent: 10 November 2008 13:43
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: thanks for the tips

Thanks Andy for all your tips.

I love receiving them. 

I am going to use the advice that was given today. I have been having a problem the past few weeks with my drive. It is usually my bread and butter, but not lately. These negative thoughts creep into your mind as you step up to the tee. I am going to hear the crowd cheering instead and trust in the new four magic moves. 

Thank you so much.

Regards,

Yvonne Gilbert

"I'm Now Able To Hit The Ball Straight
Down The Fairway!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Norris [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.ca]
Sent: 09 November 2008 18:16
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: My improvement

Hi Andy,

I bought some new (to me) hybrid golf clubs and started playing golf last summer at the age of 50. Despite a wicked slice, I persevered this year and started golfing with some one who was able to get out with me and show me a couple of techniques, but I still had a wicked slice.

In August after purchasing "The New Four Magic Moves" CD, reading and watching your video and going to the driving range, I'm now able to hit the ball straight down the fairway and further than my friend. I often par a few holes, but still mostly bogeys (much better than the snowmen). I don't often keep score because this is my first full year, but I'm planning on doing that more next year.

I played in a "Best ball scramble Tournament" last weekend and was put in a foursome with a couple of the course owners. Needless to say they were very experienced. I flubbed a few but was able to get in quite a few good drives falling just short of their balls. They were quite surprised when I told them how long I had been playing, and I told them about the New Four Magic Moves.

This week my brother came to visit and we went golfing, we played about the same last year and he was amazed at my improvement. He wants to go to the driving range with me this coming winter to practice the New Four Magic Moves, so he will be ready for the spring. I really appreciate all the extra golf tips you send and I'm really looking forward to our next golfing season. This winter my wife and I are going to Florida, where I'll play a few rounds.

We still have a few weeks left this season here, but things are winding down now.

Scott Norris

Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada.

"I Will Drop Another 3 Or 4 Strokes!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Ian xXXXx [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.com]
Sent: 08 November 2008 09:33
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Improved 23 to 18!

Hi Andy

I am a farmer living in Victoria Australia, I get to play on most Wednesdays my handicap has dropped from 23 to 18. I still slice a little and my short game has improved. 

When more of the new four magic moves start working and my shots to the green straighten hopefully I will drop another 3 or 4 strokes. 

My game has become more consistent and enjoyable.

Regards 

Ian

"I Have More Confidence!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Hardtmann [mailto: xXX@xXXXx.com.uy]
Sent: 07 November 2008 20:02
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: new four magic moves

Hi Andy,

The application of these rules has significantly improved my swing, and allows me to recognize what I am doing wrong so I can correct it.

Before I learned of The New Four Magic Moves I had as good a chance of topping, chunking, slicing or pushing a ball (draw was right out of the question) as missing it completely. Though these faults have not completely disappeared, I have made significant improvements - most importantly I am able to understand what I am doing and what I have done wrong when a ball goes astray.

I do not have a handicap, as I have not played sufficiently to establish one, but I found that my 9-hole scores have fallen from 60-70 (yes, that's 9 holes!) to the low to mid 50's and are improving with every round. I have also increased my consistency that I can now pick a club out of my bag and know that I will hit it a certain yardage, which has made it possible for me to par a couple of holes, something I had never done before! Your description of how to start the downswing was VERY instrumental in improving my swing, as this really brought it all together!

Each of the New Four Magic Moves, applied in a building block fashion, and combined with the VERY important message in Chapter 10 of your book, has had a positive effect on my swing, my distance and my accuracy - all of which combines to improved consistency and lower scores. Most importantly, I have more confidence that I won't make a right fool of myself on the course, even if I am not tour quality (yet?). I can encourage others to work through the New Four Magic Moves, mix in some basics like keeping the spine angle constant, focus on smoothness and speed, not power, and get a nice rhythm into your swing, and practice to see what fine adjustments you need to make based on your swing and physical capabilities, and voila - a solid game of golf!

Thanks very much!!

Regards and Cheers!

Dirk

"It Works Well!"

-----Original Message-----
From: David xXXX [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.com]
Sent: 06 November 2008 11:44
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: progress report

Hello Andy,

before progress report some facts,age 67,took up the game 35 yrs ago gave the game up due to a back problem 12 yrs ago,handicap 11. took up the game again last year at another course put 4 cards in received 22 handicap played rubbish for 6 months,desperate for help, downloaded your course and put into practice at local driving range,in the last few months have won club mixed trophy with wife, the foursome knockout cup, monthly medal and stableford competitions and 2 weeks ago another cup for the monthly medal winners, this Saturday coming will play for trophy for all stableford winners (wish me luck)

Handicap now 15 so coming down fast. I can honestly now say for the first time in my golfing life that since reading your book I know what I'm doing,I'm putting it into practice and its paying off. So, a correct grip, a wrist break that makes sense and a better understanding of a in to out swing has payed huge dividends.

My golf course is very tight with out of bounds to the right on 12 holes, and being right handed with a tendency to slice was disasterous, big scores and an urge throw the clubs in the hedge.I have always been able to draw a ball with irons but never with woods especially a driver.

Now I can drive straight and long and even get a slight draw.To sum up Andy what your book has done is to give me an understanding of a "Golf Swing" put it into practice and reap the benefits and this has led to the most important point of all, confidence and enjoyment. I still suffer with sciatica, am at the moment,but have been told to keep active and play golf. Will keep in touch and let you know of progress.

Thanks and good luck, 

David.

P.S. Thanks for tip on putting, it works well, any for a bad back,only joking.

"Keep Up The Good Work!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Randal Hudson [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.com]
Sent: 06 November 2008 00:25
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: playing in the mid 80s

Andy,

Thank you for all the helpful tips, and for the rules of golf, I am forwarding your web site to a couple friends of mine that I feel would benefit from everything you provide. I know I have, I have only been playing maybe 5 months now and with your help I have came from 100 + score to mid 80's score now.

I can't thank you enough, keep up the good work and like I said earlier, I am sending you web page to friends of mine and I will continue to promote your helping hints and rules.

Randal Hudson

"Improved Ball Flight!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Hal xXXX [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.net]
Sent: 05 November 2008 02:42
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Validation

Hi Andy,

Signed up last October. Haven't responded earlier because I wanted to practice it and put it into play for a year to see if I could validate the '4 New Magic Moves' Yes it is validated.

At first I thought buddies are seeing the 'weird moves' and put the needle to me and ask what was I trying to do this time. Funny thing was not one of them noticed the difference except one noted the earlier wrist cock but all of them noted the improved ball flight and consistency. As I kept validating the moves with the impressive contact and fall flight I was more or less able to make the forward press and backward wrist cock automatic so the only swing thoughts are turn the shoulders all the way and start the left hip and keep the head back. When playing well I just concentrate on turning the shoulder all the way and have that one swing thought. Am 73 and have golfed seriously for 57 years. At one point was a 'traveling 4' handicap.

Anywhere, anytime, any amount. Have gone to at least 5 of the top golf programs with hundreds of lessons. But usually the swing tips would work for a while then on to the next one. In the last 10 years have lost a lot of distance so knew I needed to eliminate the power leaks and get a better ball flight. The '4 New Magic Moves' has done that. Final validation was that I shot my age twice in last 2 months.

Thanks Andy.

I attach a summary of my thought with the '4 New Magic Moves'

Regards 

Hal in Dana Point California
(Upstate - New York State, USA)

"Thanks A Million!"

-----Original Message-----
From: David King [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.net]
Sent: 04 November 2008 12:49
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: Good news

Hi Andy,

Read your email on Wednesday and practiced the New Magic Move on Thursday and I played with two buddies and they were amazed by my striking from the tee,fairways and chippng today,so much so that i emailing them tonight with your progamme.

I have been down to 9 hcp. but now i am a senior golfer and my score today was net 70!! off 19hcp.

Thanks a million, Andy!

David King
Woodspring G.& C.C.
Somerset

"I Was Hitting Straight!"

-----Original Message-----
From: RoyxXXXx [mailto: xXXXx@xXXXx.co.uk]
Sent: 03 November 2008 19:48
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: 3 pars & 1 birdie

Hi Andy

It's 7.50pm, the wife's doing her sewing & I'm reading your e-mail about Tony's story. I thought I would inform you of my progress (which is slow & hard). I've bought myself a new driver & tested it with the swing you showed me.

On the driving range I was hitting straight & clearing the 200mt marker (never done that before). Today, my son & I played 18 holes at Oulton park Leeds. We used this round to try various things we wouldn't try when playing in company. I used my driver at every opportunity & managed to keep it straight but shorter than if I was on the range. At the end of our round I finished with 3 pars & 1 birdie (my first ever) & a total of 99.

My problem now, is the lack of confidence when trying to get distance.

Reading my way through your book I'm putting things into my game & seeing the benefits. Overall, my shots maybe short but there straight (not as much ball hunting). My short game & putting are improving with every round & hopefully it will continue.

After a 12 year gap of playing, my first round was 114, today was 99,so Andy, do you see what I mean (slow & hard). Tomorrow is another day & another round, but this time in company so we'll see how it goes.

For now Andy - good night.

Roy

"It works!"

-----Original Message-----
From: Anthony Howard [mailto: xXXXx@xXXX.com]
Sent: 02 November 2008 10:20
To: Andy Anderson
Subject: New Four Magic Moves

Greetings Andy ....

Indeed I have read your "New Four Magic Moves" and changed my swing accordingly. I noticed immediate results (for the better) which encouraged me to work even harder to get the concepts into every swing.

I am over 65 years old so an old dog trying to learn new tricks, takes a little longer. One thing I'll say right away is, IT WORKS! I have a high handicap (30) and in the several weeks I have been using your swing, I have been posting scores consistently 5 or more points lower than my usual so I expect my HC to drop when it is posted next month.

I have been playing golf for many years and have tried many changes to my swing, different clubs, golf instruction, nothing seemed to help me much. I could always advance the ball fairly well and sometimes get scores in the mid 90's, but never better than that and usually worse, like over 100. Since learning your swing, I can easily get scores in the low 90's consistently and have set my sights on breaking 80 ... at my age!! Every time I hit the ball, I say to myself "THANKS ANDY" I just wish I had connected with you 20 years ago.

Your swing gives me confidence I never had before. With the 4 moves I feel confident I will hit a good shot and it will go down the targetline I aimed for. My tee shots are all solid now, straight and long. I am still working on not dropping the shoulder and getting good shoulder rotation, but your swing has renewed my love of the game, and I thank you every time I tee off.

Anthony Howard

Daytona Beach Florida

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