The Most Powerful Move in Golf

This article is written for those who would like an open and honest detailed review into the most powerful move in golf. I am personal friends with Martin Ayers and Steve Elkington. I have been fortunate to be able to work with Martin Ayers one on one.  I met him over a six months ago through a site known as Secret in the dirt that Steve Elkington created as a free online community for every level of golfer to be able to connect and share anything and everything golf related.

Personally I own a golf academy for kids and through implementing what I have learned and teaching my personal students there is no doubt that the most powerful move in golf will change anyone’s swing immediately by following the simple drills outlined in the video.

So what is the most powerful move in golf ?

The Most Powerful Move in Golf is a collaboration effort between 10 time PGA tour winner Steve Elkington, Golf Instructor Martin Ayers along with legendary World Golf Hall of fame Jackie Burke.

Steve Elkington is an Australian professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He spent over 50 weeks in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Rankings from 1995 to 1998. Elkington has won 10 events on the PGA Tour, most prodigiously the 1995 PGA Championship at the Riviera Country Club, which is his only major, and the 1991 and 1997 Players Championships. Elkington was a member of the International Team in the 1994, 1996, 1998 and 2000 Presidents Cups. In 1995, he was awarded the Vardon Trophy; this award is given annually by the PGA of America to the tour player with the lowest scoring average.

Martin Ayers is an Australian golf instructor. Martin developed a large following in his own right by expressing his unique ideas on Youtube and in various golf forums. He was also one of the earliest members of Secret in the Dirt when in launched in April of 2010.

He began working with Steve Elkington in the Spring of 2010. The concepts that he worked on with Elk are now presented here in “The Most Powerful Move in Golf.”

When the two connected, they began collaborating on Elk’s swing together, and began work on The Most Powerful Move in Golf. Within the video, you’ll discover:

1. How Martin Ayers came to understand The Most Powerful Move

2. Why it is so effective the average golfer

3. How to implement the Move into your swing easily and effortlessly.

Here are what a few people are saying about Martin and The Most Powerful Move DVD:

“I could go on for hours about the specifics and whatnot, but all I can say is that Martin is seriously a genius of the golf swing, through some unorthodox drills and ideas, you will get a lot better hitting the ball and can really change the way you look at golf “.

The wait for “The Most Powerful Move in Golf” seemed like an eternity! But I can tell you now it was well worth it!

“The video is a great piece of work. Martin has discovered something very important. If this isn’t Hogan’s Secret then Hogan never had one.

Take if from a guy who feels like he has tried everything — I literally have read well over 150 books on this game — Martin’s stuff is the real deal. For the price of a round of golf at a municipal course (perhaps with a cart in some places), you can learn a move that will put more power, accuracy, and confidence in your game. That is the bottom line”.

“I bought & downloaded Martin’s video and got up at 5.00am this morning to try the swing. As a devoted TGM admirer I found the moves Martin succinctly described very useful and I did get the ball to fly 10-15% further.The biggest improvement I found was that the move kept the pressure points on my grip intact without having to grip the club any harder. Occasionally my grip separates at the top, not any more.The description of the swing was well described and easy to follow”.

“If you have not given Martin’s method a try all you are doing is cheating yourself out of a lot of great golf…”.


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