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post #19 of 130

Must.....buy.....videos......

post #20 of 130

Where the heck are all these people finding working VCRs?

post #21 of 130
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Where the heck are all these people finding working VCRs?


i would assume at the same garage sale that they are finding the videos. 

 

shit, I don't even have a DVD player any more (both died and were replaced by blu ray)

post #22 of 130

You don't have to hunt a VHS player, Dalton,  has a face book page and you can find what you are looking for that way.

post #23 of 130
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Originally Posted by str8golfer View Post

You don't have to hunt a VHS player, Dalton,  has a face book page and you can find what you are looking for that way.

 

Earlier you said you were Dalton, so are you referring to yourself in the third person now?

post #24 of 130
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Originally Posted by herbert1804 View Post


The truth is that I'd love to see a proper reasoned debate about McCrarys method.

 

I don't want to have to buy the videos to have the debate. If the information was publicly available I would love to see if it was viable. I don't want to pay the money for something I likely won't use just to have a debate.

post #25 of 130

It works for me.

 

When someone wanted to know what  I wanted for a Birthday present some years ago I asked for the Video's, I have since had them copied onto DVD.

 

As already mentioned the workbook is the key, If you can accept the concept and  philosophy there is no reason why it would not work for most people.

post #26 of 130

Dalton`s tapes are excellent. The only teacher to change my game ever.

There is also no need to look for VHS anymore. You can buy his new video as a digital download.

It`s called Straight Talking Golf.

Recommend it to anyone who is serious about improving their game.

post #27 of 130

Another first post above ... uncanny.

post #28 of 130
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Another first post above ... uncanny.

 

Maybe nobody will notice.....   a2_wink.gif

post #29 of 130

It is a few months since I posted further up the thread that I had the programme copied to DVD from my original tapes, since learning of the 'Straight talking golf' site last night, I visited it and have downloaded the 2013 version.

 

It is very much the same instruction but presented in a much better fashion, but there are a few extra specifics that are new and  that I think may help my current situation.

 

I purchased the original when I was playing off 24 and rapidly dropped to 16 before taking a few years out. In the last couple of years since coming back to the sport I dropped to 11 at the end of last year, before being forced to take the winter off through reasons beyond my control. This year I have struggled to get back to where I was, but I feel now that I can come up with a game plan to get me to single digits within the next couple of months.

 

The current introductory price is well worth it in my opinion. 

post #30 of 130

I have never seen any of the tapes, but I can feel my swing getting better just from reading this thread.
 

post #31 of 130

Thanks Arte, Appreciate it. Dalton

post #32 of 130

Isn`t it nice to see the nay-sayers on this forum.

Brings it down to a childish, playground theme.

 

I can`t believe these negative people haven`t been blocked, or maybe they should be put in a hall of shame.

 

Don`t knock it until you have tried it ! -  A bit of advice to the Negative members !

post #33 of 130

Mr Desmond You quoted 

 

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Another first post above ... uncanny.

 

 

Why is it uncanny ?

The reason why Dalton`s video`s have changed my game ?

 

Or is it uncanny because you don`t want to know what Dalton McCrary is doing these days ?

 

I find your comment very strange. To join a forum and start posting, you have to first - create a post. 

How else can it be done ?

post #34 of 130
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Originally Posted by Steve Draper View Post

Mr Desmond You quoted 

 

 

 

Why is it uncanny ?

The reason why Dalton`s video`s have changed my game ?

 

Or is it uncanny because you don`t want to know what Dalton McCrary is doing these days ?

 

I find your comment very strange. To join a forum and start posting, you have to first - create a post. 

How else can it be done ?

Strange?

 

Well, Steve, over a period of two years and 33 posts, all we know is that Dalton McCrary is selling something.

 

And it's rare, unique, or let's say, strange, to see so many posters with a handful of posts, or one post, to only post on this one topic.... it looks as if they're all trying to sell something ... because they're not discussing the technique, pattern, or system .... only the result. It's called a sale, Steve. 

post #35 of 130

Wow, I can`t believe that you are saying that.

I looked up dalton`s name on google and this page appeared.

So I logged in and joined a few days ago to talk about him.

 

All i have had so far is negative comments pointed at myself, just like you are doing now.

 

I can see why it is called SandTrap. They are hazards and a hazard that I will avoid in the future.

post #36 of 130

I see where the other users and Admins are coming from!

it looks like multiple accounts have been made to promo this VHS/DVD/CD malarky!

 

(and they other users dont seem childish and petty to me, it reads as if you're annoyed they queried if your trying to promote/give your views the product)

 

- Another one of these horrible TST users, Rob. c1_cursing.gif

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