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I watched the Game Planning one and am watching the others now. 

I learned a couple things from watching you guys talk through the shot zones while on the course. For some reason seeing the satellite view helped make the shot zones feel more real than just reading them in the book. It made me realize I'm not doing a good enough job leaving enough of a buffer for penalty areas and how much your shot shape affects where you aim within a shot zone. I always just aimed at the center of my shot zone and hoped for the best, especially off the tee.

I also like the short game drills, looking forward to trying some of those out once things reopen.

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The 4-Video Lowest Score Wins Video Set is Now Available! Get it here: https://lowestscorewins.com/video-set or here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/lowestscorewins Here's a brief trailer:

Funny story, kinda… we had the scripts set for the studio portions, and go in, and the first segment is something like five minutes straight of Dave and I talking. We don't want to be distracting, we

I watched the Game Planning one and am watching the others now.  I learned a couple things from watching you guys talk through the shot zones while on the course. For some reason seeing the satel

So watched #1. As a long time member and someone who has read LSW a few times, I expected it to be content rich. Well, let's say it delivers. 

First vid sets a great tone of how Separation Value not only impacts where the most shot gains are 'hidden' but also that golf at our level is about very learnable skills and not about God given talent..i.e., you have it...or you don't type of thinking that plagues lot of golfers. 

I enjoyed short game skills portion specifically as that has been my Achilles heel. 

I might jump to Game planning and then speed vid next. 

P.S. The delivery is very watchable. 

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17 minutes ago, Sammydreep said:

Erik,

I’d like to d’load this to my phone and PC, do you know what size ( Gb) the file is please. 

The original files are … just over 1 GB.

In total.

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I'd love to purchase but the budget for golf is not there at the moment, recently purchased the book so these will have to wait 😕

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4 hours ago, Nail said:

I'd love to purchase but the budget for golf is not there at the moment, recently purchased the book so these will have to wait 😕

They'll still be there! 🙂 The 33% off coupon is only guaranteed to be there through the end of April, though.

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Less than £50, a bloody bargain! Essentially the wonderful book, brought to life with some extras thrown in. Brilliant.

My only concern (from your POV) might be that people will get this instead of the book rather than 'as well as'.

Best wishes though, LSW is some of the clearest insight I've had into the game! I need to post on here more and get more involved.

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This is a little off topic, but it looks like you're going to sell the video in dvd format. If that's correct, people still buy dvds?

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1 hour ago, mellison24 said:

My only concern (from your POV) might be that people will get this instead of the book rather than 'as well as'.

Well, for about the same price, they can get both. The discount is roughly the cost of the books.

But, this doubles the avenues we have to reach people. Those who might not want to read a book… can watch the video. It's additive, not "subtractive."

And, because the books are a physical good, they cost more to make than each additional video set sold. So, if profit was all we cared about, we'd rather people buy the videos than the book.

(We're at almost 20,000 books sold, btw, which is a ton, but also a drop in the bucket of how many potential golfers are out there, too.)

1 hour ago, nevets88 said:

This is a little off topic, but it looks like you're going to sell the video in dvd format. If that's correct, people still buy dvds?

Were. Past tense.

Cuz that's how Medicus liked to do things.

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Update (May 3, 2020): The $30 pricing for TST members has been extended through Tuesday, May 5, but this is your last chance to save $30.

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2 hours ago, Binh Nguyen said:

Damn, missed this post and did not notice about the video and the coupon. Will definitely check it and buy it later. 

No time like the present! To give yourself a present! 🎁 

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4 hours ago, iacas said:

No time like the present! To give yourself a present! 🎁 

😆 yeah just bought myself the present last night lol

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Sorry in advance for this but as a student and guy who bought the book and read it a few times - is there a thought about adding some coupons again sometime soon? 😬

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Just bought the videos as a Christmas present to myself.  I read the book, but it's been a while. Looking forward to brushing up on the concepts and coming up with a plan for practice over the winter into spring.  

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