Join The Golf Tribe And Play Your Best Golf

If you want to play you best golf then you’ll want to join the Golf Tribe. It’s now time to make a commitment and get motivated to take your golf to a new level.

The Golf Tribe is a group of like minded golfers who are keen to work together and share their experiences with the automatic (natural learning) golf improvement process.

This is the first step in my Golf Success Blueprint . The GSP will be the world’s first golf instruction program on automatic and natural learning. Keep your eyes peeled – this will be launching soon.

Here’s how it works

If you’re ready to get started here’s what you need to do:

  1. Publicly Commit. This might be a bit scary but you’ll thank me later. By committing you’ll be more likely to stick to the process and see results. Add a comment below and briefly tell everyone what you’d like to achieve in the next 30 days.
  2. Read the guidelines. I’ve put more detailed guidelines on this page.
  3. Report your progress or leave feedback.
  4. Join the Tribe. This is the best way to keep up to date with what is happening, new lessons and updates. Click here to become a member of The Golf Tribe. Once there enter your email address and press enter.

That’s it. I’m not sure where all this will go at this stage but I think it will be something special. Any golfer can join and it’s free of charge. The only commitment is your time and energy.

See the rules (guidelines) for this Golf Tribe challenge (click here)

Check out all the comments below. There’s some great stuff here and be sure to leave your comments.

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Lukey (Tony Lucas) - July 22, 2009

Steady oz
Sorry I forgot to acknowledge I received your post so if I don’t hear from you tonight (wednesday) ring me tomorrow night (thursday 23rd) anytime after 7.30 in the evening and we will have that chat.Please ring as I look forward to it.
Cheers Lukey

Lukey (Tony Lucas) - July 23, 2009

Steady oz
Hear from you tonight (thursday 23rd) after 7.30pm
Cheers Lukey

bill - April 14, 2010

I would like to break 80.

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