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I'm looking for an instructional video program for someone that's about a 16 handicapper who has been playing golf for a while but could use some more direction on proper form and needs help with getting more power.

Looking for something under $200.

Any ideas would be much appreciated. Thanks

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I'm looking for an instructional video program for someone that's about a 16 handicapper who has been playing golf for a while but could use some more direction on proper form and needs help with getting more power.

Looking for something under $200.

Any ideas would be much appreciated. Thanks

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I strongly recommend you click this and check it out.

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@iacas when I click the link I get some strange website that requests I enter a code to continue, and it still doesn't work.. Not sure this was your intention.
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Any other opinions from people not directly tied to the product they're endorsing

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Well I would recommend evolvr online lessons.. For 40 a month you get 4 uploads and these guys are good.. Just search evolvr on google.. I have been with them for 6 months now and I am seeing steady lasting improvement.. Take a look at my swing thread and you can track my progress and see the first swing compared to the last.. I am not a sponsor either just a happy customer!
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I recommend Evolvr too.  Very good instruction and at your own pace.  Much less that in person lessons.  I could not find an instructor I liked in my area.

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I recommend Evolvr too.  Very good instruction and at your own pace.  Much less that in person lessons.  I could not find an instructor I liked in my area.


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