Your Inner Swing – Buy the Book

Your Inner Swing -7  lessons in golf & life


Inside Your Inner Swing

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Learn how to improve your game the moment you improve your thoughts.

It’s true that we always think before we hit the ball. The question is what are your thoughts, your pre-shot routine and your breathing doing to help you or possibly hurt you? Your Inner Swing is going to help you make the changes you need to improve you golf… and beyond.

Golf is life and life is golf, when you are a golfer! Don’t you agree?

Your Inner Swing teaches the golfer how brighten the light bulb from within. In order to play better golf, have better relationships and become  a more grateful person, three things need to happen…

  1. Become Aware of what you want (Keep slicing or start to hit the middle of the fairway?)
  2. Listen to the story you have been telling… (“I just keep slicing the ball! I hate slicing the ball!)”
  3. Realize Beliefs are not permanent; they are only thoughts you keep thinking!

Within the pages of Your Inner Swing are chapters that represent our life story. And that life story can be changed into something magnificent, when you choose to look inside and see your mental golf BAG.

Let Your Inner Swing guide your outer swing.

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Randy Friedman, cartoon animation by Anthony Parisi

Keep Swinging,


p.s. Have you read the book? Let others hear your comments.



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2 comments for “Your Inner Swing – Buy the Book

  1. admin
    September 6, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    I was given your book the other day, by my girlfriend Lynne. She just got back from an EWGA meeting in Palm Springs, where she heard you speak and purchased your book. I sat down and read it cover to cover. I especially enjoyed your insights in the Gratitude chapter.

    I experienced my inner swing for the first time a while ago. It was playing on Father’s Day the year after my Dad had passed away. I had a very calm demeanor that day, thinking of him, and all he had done for me in my life. My thoughts were of thanks, appreciation, and love, your “Gratitude” advice.

    I shot 1 under par that day, and have played many great rounds on Father’s Day, and his birthday over the years. Your advice to golfers or people in general, to set your sights on the target, or goal is dead on. Trying to convey to someone that the ball just gets in the way of the golf swing is difficult.

    In closing, I got a laugh from your congratulatory sentence on page 118, about getting that far in the book.

    Thank you for writing it, I think most golfers would benefit by it’s content. I have already recommended it to a friend.

    Yours truly,
    Tim Rogers

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