Important Announcement for Existing Two Steps Owners
“Imagine If You Could Tee It Up Without A Million Swing Thoughts Running Through Your Head… Because You Only Had To Focus on Two Easy Steps For A Perfect Golf Swing.”
Hi, I’m Shawn Humphries, a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher.
Have you ever been so confused with golf instruction that you didn’t know where to turn? What if you could simplify the process of playing well and actually start enjoying the game again?
Ever since I started teaching golf, I wanted to find the simplest way to explain the swing. There are a lot of instructors out there who give you too many things to think about. I’ve always believed golf doesn’t need to be complicated. In fact, too many thoughts can actually make your swing worse.
Over time, I discovered that all you really need to know are two easy steps to develop a perfect golf swing.
I’ve been using this simple two-step process for over 20 years. It is the same system I taught the late, great Byron Nelson and used in his schools. I have seen first-hand how these two easy steps help players of all levels strike the ball better and lower their scores.
Here’s an excerpt from my book that explains the day I realized how efficient and effective the two-step process is:
I was in my late twenties, working as the director of instruction at Carmel Valley Ranch on California’s Monterey Peninsula. I already had been teaching the two-position approach for several years.
On this particular day, my student was a blind man in his late thirties or early forties. He was a beginning golfer. After teaching him Position One and Position Two, I lined up several tees in the ground and helped him set up to the first one. He brought the club back to Position One, moved it to Position Two, and then let the club naturally fall down the plane that he had established during the takeaway and the backswing.
He brushed the tee beautifully, popping it out of the ground. He repeated the steps again and again. It was uncanny how consistently he brushed the tees—not only because he was blind, but also because he was a beginning player. It almost seemed like he was on automatic pilot.
Then I realized what was happening. Clearly, the main reason why he was so consistent was that Position One and Position Two helped him establish the correct plane and width. It was at that moment that I fully understood and appreciated how important plane and width are, and how effective the two-position method is. If a blind person can easily learn and excel with the two positions, you can too. Someday, after you become proficient and comfortable with the two positions, try them blindfolded or with your eyes shut. You might be surprised how consistently you make solid contact.
With less to think about, beginners consistently reach impact and intermediate and advanced players develop a simple understanding of what the swing is really about.
The biggest myths out there are that golf is hard and that it is too much work to get better.
After all, we just want to go out on the course and enjoy ourselves. And that typically means NOT having a million swing thoughts while you are out trying to have fun!
I’ve discovered that if you focus on the two most important parts of the swing, everything else naturally follows.
With two easy steps, you’ll discover how to…
- Perfect your golf swing and coach yourself to lower scores.
- Address the ball correctly with every club in your bag.
- Train with scientifically proven techniques.
- Develop the proper width and plane in your swing.
Take the misery out of the game and make it what it was meant to be – fun!
This week, I will be launching a brand NEW version of my original DVD “Two Steps to a Perfect Golf Swing”.
Because of the success I had with this revolutionary method of teaching the game, I published a book and filmed my first instructional DVD “Two Steps to a Perfect Golf Swing” in 2004.
Since then, I have continued to look for newer and better ways to simplify this great game. Along the way, I discovered Performance Training. (If you have heard me talk about it in the past, you know that performance training is the NEWEST and BEST way for athletes to learn any sport!)
Performance training is based on deep training processes that slow down the movement of your swing. With these new techniques, I have taught golfers how to strike the ball at any level they desire. I now combine performance training into how I teach the Two Step process…. and my students have seen fantastic results.
Now these are the kinds of results that I couldn’t ignore, so I decided to create an updated version of my original DVD. In this new version, I cover Position One and Position Two while integrating the revolutionary principles behind Performance Training!
Here’s what some of my students have to say…
Dear Shawn: I have been with your training programs (videos) now for about 1.5 years. I have 3 of the training videos. The last one that I bought- "Two Steps To a Perfect Golf Swing" is the best training video I have ever used. I had to watch the video many times and go practice and I was getting close to what you teach, but it took time to get it to cover up the flaws I already had in my swing. The past week or so I have gotten a better “groove” of what you are teaching and can score better, feel better and have the confidence that this will work. I am very happy with the results that I am having. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I am 75 years old; been playing for 20 years; have a 13 handicap and have improved my golf game thanks to your video. I usually shoot 85 and up, but now I have in the past few days shot 79, 82 and today an 80. Kudos to you.
The Two Steps to a Perfect Golf Swing DVD resolved the mystery of how to make a perfect back swing for me so that the club is automatically set at shoulder height at the top of the backswing with the butt of the golf club pointing down toward the ball at address. This made the uncoiling of the hips and downswing occur more naturally and has put a nice right to left ball trajectory on my ball flight. It also helped me avoid the life long tendency of having my right shoulder come around rather than down inside the line on the downswing. I give it and Shawn’s Short Game [pitching] video the credit for reducing my handicap from 33.4 down to 12.9 in less than one year. Thanks, Shawn !
I started using the two-step approach even though I consider myself an experienced golfer. Breaking down the basics like you did in your book and DVD really helped me with my game at the end of the season. I seem to be hitting it longer and straighter (more times than not).
I have to tell you that I had subscribed to a few other golf instructors on the web, but after finding you and realizing that you are the same instructor who wrote the article in Golf magazine back in March 2007, I unsubscribed from all those other instructors and just look to you for your clear, concise, simplistic step by step guide.
Tom I. Chicago, IL
Your Two Step Swing Video was great. You explained and taught well. Worked a couple days at home on your techniques, and played yesterday with my buddies, never hit the ball so solid and crisp. Thanks again, set up a golf room in my house, will work on your techniques throughout the winter.
Gary M. West Linn, OR
Plus if you order before September 16, you’ll get…
||The early bird bonus package alone is worth $100! And that doesn’t even include the cost of the DVD. We are basically paying you to try my newest DVD. But if you want the full early bird package, you only have a limited time to take advantage of this offer:
Because after this clock expires, you’ll get less and less of a deal on my DVD.
So, Let’s Get Started!
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher
P.S. To help you lower your scores even more, I’ll also give you a digital copy of “Short Game Secrets” with your order… absolutely FREE!
Short Game Secrets – $37 Value
One of the fastest ways to lower your scores is to sharpen your short game. Discover how to master your distance wedges, pitching and chipping. Shawn Humphries breaks it all down in simple, easy-to-understand instruction.
- How to Get Precise with Your Wedges
- How to Finish Your Chip Shot
- Developing Chipping Touch
- Make Your Chip Shots Bite
- Chipping From the Rough
- Stick Wedge Shots from the Rough
- Pitch it from any Lie
- Pitch Shots – Foot Work
P.P.S. This is the best offer you will ever get on this training. But you can only get my newest DVD along with $137 worth of bonuses if you act before this clock expires…
Q: I don’t understand how the instruction could be so simple. Are there really only two positions that I need to learn?
A: Absolutely! I have been teaching the golf swing this way for over 20 years. The two-step process works on golfers of all levels (even those who are brand new to the game). If you are looking for the simplest way to learn how to strike the ball, you have found the best training system on the market.
Q: How is this version different from the original DVD?
A: This version was filmed in full HD in 2011. It contains all of the same content as the original Two Steps plus brand new training techniques. If you liked the original, you will LOVE the newest version!
Q: How do I redeem my coupons?
A: After your purchase, you will get your coupons by email. To redeem, simply purchase a product and email us at email@example.com to get your coupon amount refunded back to you.
Q: How will I view my bonus videos “Short Game Secrets”?
A: You will get an email from firstname.lastname@example.org called “Here are your bonus videos”. This email will contain your unique login for you to view these videos instantly in your browser. You may also choose to use our download links to watch the videos from your computer (offline) or to load them to a mobile device.
Q: What is your return policy if I decide the training isn’t for me?
A: I offer a 365 money back guarantee on all of my training DVDs. I suggest that you watch the video and work on mastering the two positions. If you don’t absolutely love it, send it back within 365 days, and we will give you a full refund.
Q: What if I have any additional questions not covered on this page?
A: Please send your questions to email@example.com. You may also give us a call at 972-793-7255.