Still going strong at 82!

This message comes from Harry who’s 82 years young. It’s emails like this that keep me motivated to keep producing content and sharing my ideas.

Over the last two months I have reduced my handicap from 26 to 19 not without a lot of practise with the putter. I think this is pretty good considering that I am 82 years of age. I have become so confident that I bought a new set of Ping clubs last week. I have found that playing in the subconscious reduces a lot of pressure and I regularly listen to the CD of yours…I suggest that you rebirth this CD for all of your current customers, it is the greatest learning instructions available.

His email made my day and I’m thrilled to bits that my stuff has helped him play with more confidence and enjoyment.

This is a blatant plug, but here’s where you can get my Remarkable Golf audio. It’s no longer available in a hard copy version, but you can get the Mp3 version that can be instantly downloaded to your device.

It’s also a steal for $5. Do what Harry suggests, and learn how to play golf subconsciously.

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  • Grayden Provis

    Reply Reply December 16, 2012

    Magnificent. Go “young ‘arry”

    And BTW folks the five bucks for the CD is worth it for Evan’s humour alone 🙂

  • Cam280

    Reply Reply December 17, 2012

    Good advice Harry, it could have something to do with thinking we are smart!. I know I like to interject and try and answer questions I have only heard a smidgen of the argument/sentence. That could be the reason I don’t play to my potential too.
    Tip of the day, listen to everything people have to say, don’t cut them off, half way through a sentence because you have a notion that you either heard it before or don’t think you should know. If we get into this habit, surely our game will suffer?.

  • Lukey

    Reply Reply December 18, 2012

    Keep it going Harry and keep us posted on how you are going.
    Cheers Lukey

  • Troy Vayanos

    Reply Reply December 27, 2012

    It’s great to hear that golfers can still improve their golf game into their 80’s.

    It’s never to late to be learning something new and applying new principles.

    Hopefully lots more great golf from Harry well into the future.

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