Uncover the system that utilizes a pure strike golf swing and transforms your game with 5 Simple Keys.


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I learned more about the golf swing in the 2 1/2 days I spent at the “Secrets Of The Golfing Machine” workshop with Chuck and Lynn than I have in almost 70 years of golf. -- Peggy Kirk Bell, World Golf Hall of Fame Member
My handicap index went from 8.4 to 4.1 after spending 2 days with Chuck Evans. I also received the “Most Improved Player” award from the Georgia Golf Association. I’m coming back to see Chuck and cut it in half again! - Lee Griffin, GA
I have learned from Top 100 teachers and any previous instruction I have had pales in comparison to what I learned. - Patrick Clark, PA

What is the average golfer’s score?

According to 2004 statistics complied by the National Golf Foundation the average scores for golfers is,

* The average score on an 18-hole regulation golf course was 97 in 2004. Average score was 95 for men and 106 for women.

* The percentage of adult golfers by score category are: Score under 80 (8% of golfers); 80-89 (20%); 90-99 (31%); 100-119 (30%); and 120 and above (11%).

* Average score is a statistic that is very unlikely to change over time, because the pool of golfers is constantly being refreshed by newer, less skilled ones. Also, average score increases as golfers age, which tends to balance out better scores by younger players.

Where do you fall into these stats?

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