“The Impact Zone DVD Training System by Impact Zone Golf,” the innovative approach to golf instruction created by acclaimed PGA Tour winner and popular television golf analyst Bobby Clampett, has created two new companion DVDs now available to complement the original set.
“The new companion DVDs are another step in our goal to reach golfers around the world, to help them improve their game,” Clampett said.
Disc 5, titled “High-Speed,” uses high-speed, Super Slo-Motion video to capture Clampett’s swing on virtually every shot imaginable. Clampett demonstrates how he applies the Impact Zone 5 Dynamics in putts, chips, irons, woods and drives in an engaging presentation, while offering helpful clues that will improve your game.
In Disc 6, titled “Clubhead Lag,” follow Clampett through his personal journey of how he became the “King of Lag” and reveals the secrets to increasing clubhead lag in the golf swing. Through the lens of high-speed, Super Slo-Motion footage, Clampett presents a series of drills that will increase lag, transforming your swing into one of effortless power and accuracy.
The companion videos are specially designed for the intermediate to advanced golfer, and particularly helpful to “visual learners.” Each DVD is available for $39.95.
“The Impact Zone Training System” completely changes the way golfers and instructors perceive and interpret each golfer’s swing. Clampett challenges the widely accepted theory of golf instruction that is too concerned with a golfer’s swing style, while overlooking its results and effectiveness. “Impact-Based” instruction puts the emphasis where it should be, Clampett professes: on consistently good shots and lower scores.
Clampett, who will appear at the annual PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 22-25 (Booth 1159F) and Demo Day on Jan. 21, in Orlando, Fla., founded Impact Zone Golf in 2009 largely in response to golf professionals who wanted to teach the method, as well as golfers who inquired about taking lessons, based on what they learned in his book, which was published in 2007.
Clampett recently became the first PGA Tour professional to earn his certification as PGA Master Professional of Teaching and Coaching, which is the PGA of America’s highest educational honor. This year Clampett is scheduling private golf instruction for the first time in his teaching career, with sessions available when he is not competing on the Champions Tour, or on assignment as a television golf broadcaster.
On the air with CBS Sports since 1991, Clampett remains competitive on the Champions Tour, having earned more than $1 million and accumulating seven top 5 finishes, going into the 2014 season.
The original DVD set presents Clampett’s tips and drills that are designed to produce more consistent golf shots and explains in detail the “Five Key Dynamics” to becoming a great ball-striker:
1. The Flat Left Wrist
2. Four Inches in Front of the Ball Swing Bottom
3. Loading the Club on the Backswing
4. Club Head Lag
5. Straight Plane Line
Another segment of the DVD program centers on an actual golf clinic given by Clampett, who teaches amateur golfers about “The Impact Zone Training System” and why it renders swing style teaching irrelevant. Using the examples of great champions, such as Lee Trevino, Jim Furyk, Dustin Johnson and Corey Pavin, Clampett explains why the only truly important concept is impact. And he teaches all golfers, regardless of skill or handicap, how to improve their impact until it is consistent — and consistently good.
For more details about “The Impact Zone Training System” and to order the set of four DVDs, or online downloadable product, visit www.impactzonegolf.com, call 1-877-243-8718, or email email@example.com.
About Impact Zone Golf
Impact Zone Golf® is a registered trademark, and IMPACT ZONE™ and Impact-Based™ are trademarks of Impact Zone Enterprises, LLC. “The IMPACT ZONE®Training System” is based on the book, “The Impact Zone: Mastering Golf’s Moment of Truth” (St. Martin’s Press, 2007), written by Bobby Clampett, with Andy Brumer. Available at Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com
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