Tip: Ball Position

Being consistent with your swing means being consistent in everything BEFORE your swing as well--like the ball position...

And if consistency has been a struggle in your game, I want you to take a serious look at my Square to Square system.

I put this together with one thing in mind--to give the middle-aged and older golfer a better way to swing with more consistency and less damage to their body. And from the response of those who have tried it, I'd say we succeeded in a BIG way.

If you haven't checked this out yet, you need to do that RIGHT NOW...
There's only a few hours left, so get your 76% off before it's gone!

Here’s to playing better golf!

-Doug Tewell

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  1. Benny Odham
    17 March 2015 at 8:05 am #

    Can't wait to put all this valuable info to work on the course!
    Benny

  2. Busi Smith
    7 May 2014 at 3:00 am #

    Thank you Doug I'm 55yrs female from South Africa
    I've just started my first lessons on golf ,your tips really helped me a lot thanks a million much love.

  3. Meryl Ellaby
    5 May 2014 at 5:06 pm #

    Hello Doug, In Australia I play at the Casino Golf Course and am so pleased with your advise and tips on the Square to Square method of playing golf, there is however a problem I have when you have to hit a ball onto the green when you are standing on a hill or in a gully and your body is higher than the ball where do you stand so you do not have an air swing? Thankyou again from Meryl

  4. Mary Munson
    27 April 2014 at 9:30 am #

    I have enjoyed your tips. I have been teeing up with the driver right, but did not realize I had to move the iron back in my stance. Mary

  5. butch duvall
    21 March 2014 at 9:19 pm #

    Good stuff great information

  6. David
    16 March 2014 at 5:22 pm #

    SIMPLE TIP THAT'S EASY TO REMBER AND CARRY OUT, THANKS

  7. Lloyd Griffin
    7 February 2014 at 3:11 pm #

    Your advice n comments ( tips ) are much appreciated n well recieved. I am a 20 handicap have been enjoyjing this game for 15 years. I'm 65 n I hope to play for many years to comeí .

  8. Jeremy Ritzel
    5 February 2014 at 9:03 am #

    I have been using Doug's method for six months now and it is amazing how much better my game is! Six months ago when I first started using the square to square method I was a fourteen handicap now after just six months I am a one handicap! I average eleven out of fourteen fairways and fourteen out of eighteen greens! Because of Doug I am the best player at my club and I have more fun then ever before! If I could only putt who knows what I could do with golf:-) Thank you Doug for helping me change my golf game and life forever! Doug's method is really the best out there and anyone not using Doug's method is really just waisting their time, money and talent! Your the best Doug!!!!! Thanks for my new swing,
    Jeremy

  9. Phil
    17 January 2014 at 3:44 pm #

    Hi Doug,
    My son is a very committed golfer, he would hit balls for hours if I let him. But I found that he would struggle with consistency. After adopting the square to square method, I couldn't believe that I was hitting longer and straighter than I could imagine. But the improvement in my son was scary, he now simply hits the ball straight, longer and purer. My son wants to be a pro golfer that's his dream, and with this instruction, I can see him achieving his goals, Doug he wants to meet and thank you one day.
    We will be telling everyone, because they are going to ask how has he improved so quickly
    Fantastic.
    From Australia

  10. Jason Levi
    6 January 2014 at 2:47 pm #

    I've stopped playing golf 20 years ago after playing with a 3 USGA handicap. At the time my swing was based on the Manuel de la Torre school of golf in Milwaukee Country Club where the arms drove the swing and not the body and it worked for me. However, now older, I find that the Square-to-Square method works best for me. Also as the rabbi of my congregation I need to be an example to my congregants when I play golf with them at some of our charity events.

  11. cezar
    5 January 2014 at 9:00 pm #

    great tip and certainly practical. am on my way to the range and apply this one, thanks a lot!

  12. Malcolm Middleton
    1 January 2014 at 11:53 pm #

    Thanks Doug, your instructions are clear and easy to put into practise.
    With a little more thinking and preparation about the shot at hand, your instructions have really helped my game to improve.

  13. roger whyman
    28 December 2013 at 6:49 am #

    Doug- your instruction is tops, but the bottom of the swing is the nadir- the top is the apex

  14. Bob Estus
    27 December 2013 at 8:10 am #

    How Far Do You Stand Away From The Ball With
    You Iron God Bless You Ty.

  15. Godfrey Stevens
    22 December 2013 at 7:49 pm #

    Yes Sir, you are 200percent right. I tried moveing the ball forwards and back and I found it to bevery strong just off center of my stance.

  16. james
    17 December 2013 at 8:42 am #

    Doug, Thanks for all the no nonsense tips. These are golf tips that I can related to. They all add up to better scores!
    Jim

  17. Tom Shaffer
    4 December 2013 at 4:56 am #

    A few years back I was playing with a friend and he saw that I was having trouble with the ball placement. He said when you are addressing the ball put your feet together and center the ball from that position then mover your feet into the stance keeping the ball in the center of your stance for irons. It was the biggest thing that changed my game. I was able to hit high balls that landed soft and went straighter. The ball striking had changed dramatically. Centering the ball definitely does work like you say. I am using the rest of you tips and they are working for me.

    Thanks Doug

  18. major cordell
    2 December 2013 at 6:56 am #

    thanks Doug.....your quick tips are working for me....esp.the ball placement

  19. Joe Tisone
    22 November 2013 at 3:57 pm #

    Doug, What can I say. I applied your lessons to my golf swing and promptly shot a 79. My handicap is currently 15. With my new swing , I can see this coming down!! Thanks so much!!!!

  20. Eduardo Davalos
    18 October 2013 at 7:12 am #

    I am very pleased with this lessons, my son will order the videos for me this month and I will pick them up in Miami next month , I think that they will help me to improve my golf.
    Best regards to Mr. Tewell

  21. james
    9 September 2013 at 5:51 pm #

    Doug: Pretty work...helpin my game !!

  22. Gary
    12 July 2013 at 10:18 am #

    Good and clearly presented information.
    Thanks,
    Gary

  23. Maggie Kinvig
    22 June 2013 at 1:23 pm #

    Thank you so much for your tuition on the square to square method I am a fortyish female playing of nine, and have adopted you're technique.
    I am now striking the ball a lot more straighter with more distance and consistency .hopefully the handicap will soon come tumbling down, thank you again a very happy golfing lady.

  24. Joe Roundtree
    15 June 2013 at 7:15 am #

    This is great but I have trouble with how far should the ball be from my body. How would a person gage this distance?

  25. heather scott
    15 February 2013 at 3:47 am #

    how should the ball be positioned on rough and fairway shots... thanks for your tips..

  26. Bob Zimmerman
    4 January 2013 at 11:15 am #

    Doug,
    I will be 86 next month. I have shot scores equal to or lower than my age 86 times. I shot a 79 yesterday with four birdies in the round. In the last six years I have waded laps around my swimming pool a distance of 1,246 miles. I have been playing golf since 1936 - that's 77 years ago.

    I live in SW Florida and play at least two days a week all year long.

    I am compatible with much of your approach and commend you on your efforts.

    RAZ

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