PurePoint Golf - Perfect Impact DVDRunning Time: 1 hour 22 minutes
Make clean, consistent contact with the ball
Perfect Impact DVD$ 47.00
One of the biggest problems facing the amateur / weekend golfer is a lack of consistent contact. If the club face struck the same part of the ball at the same point of the swing consistently, many 20 and 30 handicappers would find themselves at +10 instead, and a lot of 10 handicappers would find themselves at 5 or less over. That's a BIG difference in your game.
The Perfect Impact DVD is designed to help you make solid, consistent impact with your irons. It will have you hitting the ball cleanly onto the green on your approach shots instead of fighting to get back to the green.
Watch this video clip to get an idea of what's on the Perfect Impact DVD and how PurePoint Golf's golf swing instructional methods can improve your game - 7 to 10 strokes on average in the first few rounds!
Reviewed On: 2008-10-19 14:53:44
Reviewed On: 2009-02-02 07:57:10
The missing link
This video fills the gap between the fullswing video and the pitching video. Especially the "ball-turf"-thing helped me much. Also the questions of how far you must stand from the ball and the best position of the ball between left and right foot are answered in detail.
Solid iron play is absolutely essential to playing better golf. Irons have the widest range of use of any set of clubs. An iron is the most versatile club in your bag. And you can't get close to the hole without one.
Yet the average golfer never takes the time to improve his iron play. That's why he's average.
Go to any driving range and you'll see what I'm talking about: Guys trying to knock the ball into the next county with drivers that look like upside down mailboxes. Because the three things most golfers care about these days are distance...distance...and more distance.
But what good is being able to belt the ball 300 yards if it takes you three more shots to hit the green?
Having a decent drive is important, of course. But you've got to be able to follow up your drives with solid iron play. That is, if you want to be able to hit your approaches shots a whole lot closer to the pin.
• Fitted Irons
• Distance from the Golf Ball
• Angle of Attack
• Impact Positions
• Divot Reading
• Short Left Side