The Golfer Positioning System:


“G P S? Learning on-course is perfect!” — David McLay Kidd, Golf Course Designer …………… G P S is in Eugene, OR .. Sydney, AUS .. Los Angeles, CA .. Gold Coast, AUS .. Portland, OR .. Woodburn, OR .. Sacramento, CA .. Melbourne, AUS …………… “Don’t be fooled: If you don’t know G P S you will never play to your fullest potential.” — Jeff Mansfield, Australia PGA …………… “I was ready to hang it up — G P S is truly an ‘A-HA’ feeling!” –Tom Labissoniere, Bend, OR …………… “WOW — I’m thrilled with G P S!” — Joanne Michael, Saratoga, CA …………… “Knowing what my friends don’t almost feels like cheating!” — Ron Harvey, Sydney, Australia …………… “G P S will help you play the game on a whole new level!” — Bruce Lee, Sydney, Australia …………… “Without G P S you have ‘Fractional Development’…” …………… “Thank you so much for creating the G P S Player’s Academy. I never really knew how to play golf until I learned G P S. You make it so simple to follow. Please keep me informed for your next Academy.” — Joe Veragoon, Woodburn, OR …………… “Play the course. Don’t let it play you” …………… Learn more about G P S and DP.60 with free videos — sign up today!

A Game Changer!
Exciting New
G P S Product
Coming in Spring, 2014!

 

 

Play the course…Don’t let it play you!
The Golfer Positioning System:
Exceptional On-Course Performance!

Swing lesson or GOLF lesson?
G P S is Accelerated Learning — you’ll learn more about your swing by learning to play with G P S — it’s extremely effective, and more FUN!

G P S was developed in association
with Absolute Golf Academies in
Sydney, Australia.

Testimonial from Course Designer
DAVID MCLAY KIDD!

DP.60 Practice Challenge
G P S Directed Improvement
G P S, DP.60, & G P S Player’s Academy!

 

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G P S Now available in an eBook!

How to Work the Ball PDF version

How to Work the Ball – Kindle covers at least 40% of the game that other programs neglect. What would you do to your game if you could? You would become a ‘shotmaker’, working the ball in draws and fades. Some believe working the ball is difficult — it’s not! Set your game apart from the rest and learn easy to accomplish ball flights.

  • Learn true shotmaking!
  • Stop fighting the game
  • Call it: Draw or Fade
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Course Designer vs. Teaching Pro — Who’s Winning?

So the Golf Course Designer is trying to make sure your attempts to hit the ball solid and straight are not successful.

And the Teaching Pro is trying to teach you how to hit the ball solid and straight.

Who’s winning?

Something is fundamentally missing in teaching golf. Courses are getting harder and longer, and golfers are not getting better. Or are they? Sure, there’s the model swing, and there’s clubfitting. Both designed to help you hit the ball solid and straight. It’s a GREAT start.

But it only works on the range.

WHAT IF your ball was almost never going to go straight?
WHAT IF you could predict what is going to happen to your ball?
WHAT IF you actually had control over where your ball went?

You do, you just don’t know it.

Have you seen a NASCAR race recently? Sure, it’s a lot of stock cars going fast, turning left. But, those high banked turns are — interesting! Which starts first, the banking or the turn? And where do the cars go? Shucks, Dale, if they went straight they’d hit the wall!

So, how would you like to know what to do with that model golf swing you’re working so hard on? (Hint: GPS)

Course Designer vs. Teaching Pro — Who’s Winning?

So the Golf Course Designer is trying to make sure your attempts to hit the ball solid and straight are not successful.

And the Teaching Pro is trying to teach you how to hit the ball solid and straight.

Who’s winning?

Something is fundamentally missing in teaching golf. Courses are getting harder and longer, and golfers are not getting better. Or are they? Sure, there’s the model swing, and there’s clubfitting. Both designed to help you hit the ball solid and straight. It’s a GREAT start.

But it only works on the range.

WHAT IF your ball was almost never going to go straight?
WHAT IF you could predict what is going to happen to your ball?
WHAT IF you actually had control over where your ball went?

You do, you just don’t know it.

Have you seen a NASCAR race recently? Sure, it’s a lot of stock cars going fast, turning left. But, those high banked turns are — interesting! Which starts first, the banking or the turn? And where do the cars go? Shucks, Dale, if they went straight they’d hit the wall!

So, how would you like to know what to do with that model golf swing you’re working so hard on? (Hint: GPS)