Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Sean Foley Launches Video Instruction Series to Improve Performance of the Aging Golfer

Instructor to Major Winners and Other Famous Touring Pros, Foley’s Progressive, Scientific Approach to Instruction Shows How Simple Changes Can Result in Major Improvements

(ORLANDO, Fla.) – High-performance coach Sean Foley, who has helped propel the careers of star players like Justin Rose, Danny Willett, Tiger Woods and more, today debuts a new video series, Ageless Golf, revealing game-improvement tips designed specifically for golfers over the age of 50. Ageless Golf is available for sale exclusively on Revolution Golf.

Foley, a member of Revolution Golf’s faculty of coaches since 2014, is widely known for his progressive, scientific approach to the golf swing and is one of the more popular coaches on the PGA TOUR. He also is host of the Golf Channel series, Playing Lessons, and the director of instruction at the Foley Performance Academy at EaglesDream in Lake Mary, Fla.

”I’m excited for Revolution Golfers to discover through this DVD series that, while we don’t control our age increasing, there are many things we can do to keep shooting low, if not lower, scores as our bodies change,” Foley said. “The tips and lessons in Ageless Golf will help golfers develop a sound understanding of how we can continue to become better players by making small adjustments for significant results.”

Ageless Golf comprises three main videos/DVDs, with bonus content featuring additional tips and an exclusive interview with Foley. The downloadable digital version of Ageless Golf sells for $37, with the three-disc DVD set selling for $47, plus shipping (free shipping for RG+ members).  Buyers also will receive automatic entry to win a spot in a future Revolution Golf School, valued at $3,000, and a TaylorMade M4 Driver, valued at $429.

In Ageless Golf, Foley discusses the culprits of everyday life – like body changes that can add to the deterioration of the 50-plus golfer’s game – and demonstrates how a few simple changes can create major improvements, including:
· Reclaim and gain more distance off the tee.
· Hit more solid, consistent shots – no matter the club.
· Bring a power draw into your arsenal of shots.
· Correct the over-the-top fade.
· Hit precise wedge shots – turning three shots into two around the green.

Foley will host the next premiere episode of Playing Lessons, featuring two-time Volvik World Long Drive Champion Tim Burke, on Monday, June 18 at 11 p.m. ET.

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