Posted June 18th, 2014 @ 03:39pm by Erik J. Barzeski
A long time ago, I made a list of things I'd like to accomplish in my life. Actually that list is right here.
One of those things was red last week.
Today it's blue.
I'm happy that after months and months of work, my partner in several golf-related ventures (David Wedzik) and I are shipping Lowest Score Wins.
You can read more about Lowest Score Wins at lowestscorewins.com, but basically:
Golf is unique: it's the only sport in which the Lowest Score Wins. Golfers have been inundated for years with advice and sayings intended to help them shoot lower scores, like "spend 50% of your time practicing your putting" or "you've got to be in the short grass."
What if we told you that most of this popular advice was not true at all? That these myths are holding you back from reaching your potential and shooting the lowest score possible? That putting might be the least important skill in golf, that driving the ball far is much more important than driving it straight, and that Phil Mickelson might just be the best strategist on the PGA Tour?
Lowest Score Wins is NOT your classic golf book. We show you the new way to shoot lower scores — immediately. You'll learn to use something called Separation Value to guide your practice and how you can use Shot Zones to help you determine your GamePlan for every shot you play. You'll discover why typical course management strategy fails (hint: it only covers half of the equation). This book is the first of its kind. It is your own personal roadmap to shooting lower scores tomorrow. What are you waiting for?
It's with only a little bit of ego that I say that this book may be the single biggest thing to help golfers shoot lower scores in the last decade.
Pick up a copy of your own today at lowestscorewins.com. We're selling paperbacks for $29.95 within the United States.
P.S. Our Indiegogo campaign is still online: http://igg.me/at/lswbook.
P.P.S. This is the first physical thing I've ever really made. To this point, everything I'd ever really created to be sold has been digital bits.