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2 table of contents.. Welcome Statement. 1 the Plan. 2 the History. 3 the Warm Up. 5 the Setup. 6 the Swing 7 the Glue 8 the Tour Draw Practice Station. 9 the Tour Draw Assessment. 10 Summary. 11 Key Phrases. 12 Short Game Series. 13 Putting. 13 Chipping. 14 Greenside Bunkers. 15 Tour Draw Bonus Series. 16 Extra Strength Tour Draw. 16 Tour Draw Bombs. 17 Driver Series: 5 drills that will increase distance. 18 Contact Us. 19

3 p: 1 welcome I am PGA Teaching Professional Todd Kolb and I want to thank your for your purchase of Tour Draw. For the last 20+ years I have been teaching this wonderful game of golf, spending my days educating and helping fellow golfers hit shots they only once dreamed of. Most people who come to my lesson tee are probably just like you, confused and frustrated with their inability to hit a golf ball that does not curve to the right and bounce out of bounds and into hazards all over the course. The dreaded slice is the one shot that plagues golfers all over the globe. Well, here is the GOOD news. With this purchase of Tour Draw, you will NEVER have to see that ugly slice again....most people who come to my lesson tee are probably just like you, confused and frustrated with their inability to hit a golf ball that does not curve to the right and bounce out of bounds and into hazards all over the course. How can I make such a claim? It s simple. Over the last months we have discovered the real reason the golf ball curves. Yes, a true breakthrough in golf that has literally flipped instruction on its head. With advancements in technology, we have uncovered with 100% certainty not only the real reason for the slice, but also HOW to fix it. Over the next hour or so, we will be going on a journey together that will open your eyes to a NEW way of looking at golf, instruction and your swing. You will learn the history behind golf instruction, and why poor, inaccurate information has led to years of frustration. I will show you how a new, simple way of positioning your body will not only make hitting the high draw a real possibility, but a reality. You will be given drills and phrases that will make learning easy and fun. I will show you how to set up a proper practice station that will allow you to do your own evaluation; and in the process, eliminate the need for ongoing golf instruction. Yes, you can be your own best coach! What follows is a blueprint that for the first time ever combines new information with years of teaching knowledge all packaged together specifically designed to fix one problem, the SLICE. It s time for us to educate you. It s time for us to eliminate that nasty slice. It s time for you to begin hitting the nice high draw. It s time for you to start hitting YOUR TOUR DRAW.

4 p: 2 the Plan The Tour Draw Plan is a step-by-step process that will open your eyes to new information, while explaining how poor information has led to years of frustration for golfers all over the globe. In this part of the program, we will lay out the entire Tour Draw Plan, giving you a glimpse of what is to come and the road we are about to travel. Please note that all drills and concepts are explained from the perspective of a right-handed golfer. The Tour Draw Plan is a step-by-step process that will open your eyes to new information while explaining how poor information has led to years of frustration for golfers all over the globe. The Tour Draw Program 1. The Plan: A Summary of the Tour Draw Program 2. The History: Old Knowledge vs. New Knowledge 3. The Warm Up: 5 Drills to Prep the Body for the Tour Draw 4. The Setup: 6 Keys to Set Up for the Tour Draw 5. The Swing: 5 Full Swing Concepts that Produce the Tour Draw 6. The Glue: 2 Drills to Keep Things Together on the Course 7. The Tour Draw Practice Station: How to Practice Your Tour Draw 8. The Assessment: Understanding How to Fix Your Tour Draw 9. Short Game Series: The Secrets to Developing a Tour Quality Short Game Bonus Package 1. Tour Draw Bombs: Drills and simple setup adjustments that will ADD yards to your drives 2. Extra Strength: For those that need a little MORE

5 p: 3 the History We are breaking the history of golf instruction into four categories: Facts Old Information New Information You-Today Facts: There are two main factors that impact the curve of a golf ball: 1. Path: The direction the club is traveling at impact. There are 3 different positions the club can be traveling at impact a. Traveling at the target b. Traveling to the right of the target c. Traveling to the left of the target 2. Face: The direction the club face is pointing at impact. There are 3 different positions the face can be at impact a. Square to target line b. Open to target line c. Closed to target line The relationship (difference) between the path and face is what determines the type of curve and amount of curve. Old Information: For years, the golf instruction industry has told students that the golf ball starts based on the path, and curves based on the position of the face. As an example, if you want the ball to start to the right, swing the club (path) to the right. If you want the ball to curve to the left, point the clubface to the left. Well, this is just WRONG!

6 p: 4 the History continued New Information: We now know with advancements in radar and technology that the golf ball starts based on the face and curves away from the path. As an example, if you want the ball to start to the right, get the clubface pointed to the right. If you want the ball to curve to the left, swing the club (path) to the right. Yes, just the opposite of what we thought for years! You-Today: You now have great new knowledge that is going to change your game. But here is the best part, with a few simple setup adjustments and easy-tounderstand drills, you are going to learn how to: Swing the club to the right (path) 4 degrees Point the face to the right of the target 2 degree Difference between 2 degrees Result TOUR DRAW The two most important questions: The first question to always ask yourself after hitting a shot you do not like is Where did the ball start? Did it start to the right of the target, to the left of the target, or at the target? This will tell you what the clubface is doing at impact. Where did the ball start? Did it start to the right of the target, to the left of the target, or at the target? After the ball starts, what did it do? The second question to always ask yourself after hitting a shot you do not like is: After the ball starts, what did it do? Did it stay straight, did it hook, or did it slice? This will tell you what the path is doing at impact.

7 p: 5 the Warm Up We need to prep the body to work and move in a way that allows you to hit the Tour Draw. These four simple and easy-to-do drills will do just that. 1. Right Knee Right Field a. Use an alignment stick or golf club b. Take standard Tour Draw setup c. Put hands on your right (trail) knee d. Drag the alignment stick through and raise the hands up towards right field into a finish 2. Bird Turns a. The head should be behind the ball at address, at the top of backswing, and at impact b. Take standard Tour Draw setup and put hands behind the back c. Turn shoulders into backswing move, while allowing right leg to release slightly; feel pressure on the inside of the right foot and into the ground d. Push pressure left (toward the target) and into the left foot, while head stays centered and behind the ball e. Finish with chest and body facing the target 3. Band Extensions a. Get a set of resistance bands b. Put one end of the resistance band under the right foot c. Hold the resistance band with golf grip so there is a slight tension in the band d. Place hands on the right knee; while holding the band, move the hands from the right knee up and to the right (right field) e. Notice how the legs, glutes and core are extending and pushing as the hands move from the right knee up to the right 4. Tour Extends a. Use an alignment stick or golf club b. Take standard Tour Draw setup and place hands on right knee c. Push, extend and explode as the hands work from the right knee up towards the right (right field) d. Feel the power and explosion of the legs, glutes and core

8 p: 6 the Setup The proper setup is at the heart of hitting the Tour Draw. This 6-step process will position the body in a way that makes hitting a nice high draw simple, easy and repeatable, time and time again. 1. Slight Aim to the Right a. Create a baseline: point the first alignment stick directly at the target b. Point the second alignment stick degrees to the right of the target c. Position feet, hips and body square with the second alignment stick d. Standard aim to the right is degrees 2. Left Hip Left a. Bump the left hip toward the target so it is positioned over the left foot b. Put the alignment stick through the left hip joint, and make sure the bottom of the stick is over the left foot c. Place the alignment stick through the right hip joint, and make sure the bottom of the stick is inside the right foot 3. Head Behind the Golf Ball a. Position head so it is behind the ball at setup b. The head should be behind the ball at setup, at the top of backswing and at impact c. Place an alignment stick on the left side (target side) of your head and be sure the bottom of the stick points behind the ball Pressure on Feet a. 60% pressure on lead (left) foot b. 40% pressure on trail (right) foot 5. Left Arm High-Right Arm Low a. Raise the lead (left) arm so it is slightly higher than the trail (right) arm b. In a mirror you want to see the left arm above the right arm 6. Raise the Handle a. Raise the handle slightly b. Move the handle slightly forward

9 p: 7 the Swing It s time to get to the range and begin working on the nice high draw. These 5 drills will train your body and club to work in ways that make hitting the Tour Draw easy. 1. Head Behind the Ball a. Put two alignment sticks together b. Push the sticks into the ground at an angle so they run just off the lead side of your head, just above the shoulder c. START WITH PRACTICE SWINGS ONLY AT FIRST d. Make swings with the head staying behind the sticks at address, top of backswing and impact e. Note this drill is not intended for full swings: 1/2 or 3/4 swings only f. Once comfortable with the drill, put a ball on a tee and try hitting 2. Tour Wedge Drill a. A good drill for warming up b. Use a pitching wedge c. Take standard Tour Draw setup position d. On takeaway, feel the arms working with the chest e. Feel the pressure work from left foot at setup, into th right foot on backswing, and finally back into left foot at impact/finish f. Swing should only be left arm parallel to right arm parallel 3. Face Control a. Use a 7 iron or 8 iron b. Finish is about 3/4 length c. Focus on the position of the clubface at finish d. The clubface should be square, mostly pointing to the sky e. Checkpoint: The face is square when the butt end of the club is pointing at the body 4. Straight Arms a. Use a 7, 8 or 9 iron b. Take standard Tour Draw setup position c. 1/2 or 3/4 backswing length d. Feel arms and elbows squeeze together through impact e. Finish should be around chest high f. Arms should be straight and elbows together on the finish 5. High Handle a. Use a 7-iron or driver b. Take standard Tour Draw setup position c. Focus on finish position with the handle high and to the right

10 p: 8 the Glue Every great player has good tempo and rhythm to their golf swing. It is this skill that allows golfers to take their swing to the course. These two drills will teach you how to improve, maintain, and keep your tempo throughout the round. 1. Let it Set-Let it Swing a. Use a pitching wedge or 9-iron b. Grip with left (lead) hand only c. Let the club swing with just one arm and let the club set itself d. Let the club swing forward and reset on the forward side e. Feel how when the club swings itself it drops to the inside and finishes high and to the right f. Repeat motion Every great player has good tempo and rhythm to their golf swing. 2. Right Left a. The phrase is right-left-right-left-right left b. Use a pitching wedge or 9-iron c. Take standard Tour Draw setup position d. When you say right, feel pressure on right foot with club on right side e. When you say left, feel pressure on left foot with club on left side f. The heads stays relatively centered throughout the motion

11 p: 9 the Tour Draw Practice Station The ability to properly practice is imperative to continued development. Setting up the Tour Draw practice station will allow you to get the most out of your practice time. Tour Draw Practice Station 1. Alignment sticks should be about 4 paces in front of the ball 2. Place the first alignment stick in a direct line between the ball and target 3. Place a second alignment stick inches to the left of the first alignment stick 4. Place a third alignment stick inches to the right of the first alignment stick 5. Put a tee in the ground that marks the spot you are hitting from 6. Be aware of which gate the ball is flying through 7. See Tour Draw Assessment on next page to evaluate

12 p: 10 the Tour Draw Assessment There are two main factors that determine the curve of a golf ball. Those two factors are face and path. Understanding how to do a proper evaluation will give you the knowledge to make an education decision on which area you need to focus. Two Keys to Remember 1. The ball starts based on the face 2. The ball curves away from the path The Evaluation Process 1. Determine which gate the ball went through: Did the ball fly through the right gate or the left gate? a. If the ball flew through the right gate, the clubface is good b. If the ball flew through the left gate, the clubface is closed and needs work: see clubface drills c. If the ball flew to the outside the entire practice station, the clubface needs work: see clubface drills 2. Determine what the ball did after it flew through the gate: Did the ball curve to the left, right or continue straight? a. If the ball went through the right gate and continued on a nice high draw trajectory, the path is good b. If the ball went through the right gate and began to slice, the path needs work: see path drills c. If the ball went through the left gate and began to slice, the path and face both need work: see face drills first and then path drills Face Drills Face Control Straight Arms Tour Wedge Path Drills High Handle Head Behind the Ball Right Knee-Right Field

13 p: 11 Summary We have covered a lot of ground in this journey together and you are now in a position to see real progress in your game. By shedding light on what REALLY causes the golf ball to slice and giving you the history of how poor information has led to years of frustration, I hope you can now see the correct path to ending that dreaded slice and hitting the high draw....if you re lost and don t know what to do, go back to the keys in the setup and the one simple phrase: SWING TOWARDS THE CURVE. But before I go, I want to remind you that if you re lost and don t know what to do, go back to the keys in the setup and the one simple phrase: SWING TOWARDS THE CURVE. This will be your guide to getting back on track. I thank you for your time and look forward to seeing you begin to hit the nice high draw, the shot we call YOUR TOUR DRAW.

14 p: 12 Key Phrases Swing towards the curve Slight aim to the right Left hip left Left arm high Head behind the ball Right knee right field High handle Where did the ball start?

15 p: 13 Short Game Series Putting 1. The Setup a. The putter is in line with the forearms b. Shoulders are level with the ground c. Hands fall below shoulders d. Putter shaft in a neutral position of 90 degrees e. Ball directly below the inside of the lead eye 2. The Putting Stroke a. There are two types of putting strokes i. Straight back straight through ii. Arc b. The setup should match the stroke i. Straight back straight through-stand closer and taller ii. Arc-stand slightly further away c. Your putter should match your stroke i. Straight back straight through-face balanced putter ii. Arc-hybrid or toe down putter d. Motion is a combination of shoulders, arms and hands e. Most common mistake is too much body movement 3. Putting Drills a. The Ladder i. Drop a ball every 3 feet ii. Focus is on distance control b. The 1, 2 and 3 i. Say 1 and look at the hole ii. Say 2 and look at the ball iii. Say and while making the backstroke iv. Say 3 while making contact with the ball 4. Training Aids a. Elevated string line b. The Rail or Putting Arc c. Metronome d. String box

16 p: 14 Short Game Series Chipping 1. The Setup a. Feet fairly close together b percent of weight/pressure on lead foot c. Ball positioned in center of stance d. Handseither equal to or slightly in front of the ball 2. The Motion a. Clubhead swings high to low b. The clubhead swings straight back and straight through c. Butt end of club points at the belt buckle at the start and finish d. Club selection and length of swing will determine how far the ball goes 3. Drills a. Tee Drill i. Place one tee on the target line in front and one on the target line behind ii. Swing the clubhead over each tee in the motion b. Right Hand Only i. Let the clubhead swing while hitting shots ii. Feel the freedom and bounce on the bottom of the club 4. Club Selection a. One method is to use the same club on every shot b. The preference is to use a variety of clubs c. Club selection is based on how far you want the ball to fly vs. how far you want the ball to roll i. More fly than roll: use a more lofted club ii. More roll than fly: use a less lofted club 5. Training Aids a. Target i. Landing spot targets should be about 3 feet in diameter ii. Finish spot targets should be about 5 feet in diameter

17 p: 15 Short Game Series Greenside Bunkers 1. The Setup a. Stance should be aimed slightly left of the target b. Clubface is rotated open c. Ball should be positioned slightly forward of the chin d. Hands are equal to or slightly behind the ball e. Weight/pressure is percent on the lead foot 2. Swing Motion a. Clubhead swings in front of body, never around the body b. The bottom of the club slaps the sand and bounces c. On the finish the clubface should always be open d. Feel like you are splashing the sand e. Change the shape of the motion to change the ball flight i. V shape swing = higher ball flight with less roll ii. U shape swing = lower ball flight with more roll 3. Common Mistakes a. Clubhead goes too far inside, causing poor contact hitting behind the ball b. Weight moves away from the target moving the bottom of the swing backwards causing the club to hit too far behind the ball c. Clubface releases and closes, causing the club to dig into the sand 4. Drills a. Left foot only: Keeps weight/pressure forward throughout the motion b. Splash or Box: Throw the sand out onto the green

18 p: 16 Bonus Series Extra Strength Tour Draw Extra Strength Tour Draw is intended to help those who have sliced for years and may be having a difficult time getting their body and movement pattern to change. In these times we need a little extra priming of the pump to kick start the process and get us going on the right path. 1. Face Closed-Aim Right a. Create a straight line with the target, using an alignment stick, lie board or tee b. Put golf ball on a tee that is in line with the target c. Place an alignment stick on a straight line with the ball and target d. Place a second alignment stick on the ground that is aimed degrees to the right of the target line e. Address golf ball with the clubface square to the target line: this will look closed to your eye f. Swing club up and to the right 2. TV Drill a. Take 3 steps towards the target and 2 steps to the right and place an alignment stick in the ground b. Make a golf swing and point the butt end of the club at the alignment stick c. Handle finishes high

19 p: 17 Bonus Series Tour Draw Bombs Who doesn t want to hit the ball further? In Tour Draw Bombs, you learn the science behind hitting the ball a long way, and also how to do it. With these few setup changes, swing suggestions and new drills, there is no question you will see your distance increase. 1. The Intro-What are we trying to do? a. Hit up on the ball b. High launch c. Low spin 2. The Tour Draw Bombs Setup a. Move the ball up in your stance, just off the left (lead) toe b. Aim slightly to the right c. Tilt the upper body away from the target d. Tour Draw setup basics: 60-40, left hip left, left arm high, right arm low, handle high 3. Bag Pops a. Use a towel 3-4 feet in length b. Wrap the towel, or use tape or rubber bands to wrap around the towel c. Hold the towel with both hands d. Take standard Tour Draw setup e. Swing the towel into the bag, while letting go of the towel with the right hand f. Feel the core, feet and hips engage when the towel snaps/pops into the bag g. Use an alignment stick as a variation

20 p: 18 Bonus Series Driver Series: 5 drills that will increase distance 1. Lift Drill a. Focus is on hitting up on the ball b. Use your driver c. As you work through the strike zone, lift the handle of the club up d. On the finish, make sure the handle is up high and to the right 2. Coil Drill a. Focus is on rotation vs. drifting b. Use any club c. Balance on lead foot d. Make swings e. Feel how the body is turning around, not drifting side to side 3. Tilt Drill a. Focus is on hitting up on the ball b. Use your driver c. Position more pressure on lead foot d. Move left hip left and slightly up e. Set right shoulder lower than left f. Move handle slightly forward and up 4. Transition Drill a. Focus is on a proper transition b. Use your driver c. Take standard Tour Draw setup d. Move the lead foot back to the trail foot e. Put arms and club in front the ball f. As you swing the club backwards, step forward with the lead foot g. Replant the lead foot and strike the ball 5. Transfer Drill a. Focus is on transferring energy into the golf ball b. Use your driver c. Take standard Tour Draw setup d. Make your normal backswing e. At impact and follow-though,step forward and throught with the trail foot

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