Those who find “the slot.”
And those who don’t.
Which kind are you? Take this quick test:
Congratulations. You’re a slot-finder. (And honestly, you have no business being here. Go hit the course with that magnificent swing of yours.)
Then you probably know which side of the slot you fall on.
And it’s not the good one.
Before we go any farther, you might be wondering…
Simply put, the slot is a point in the downswing where the club’s shaft and the right forearm align on the same shallow plane (or very close to it). Like this:
The golfer on the left is a former PGA Tour player with with a fundamentally sound swing.
(It’s worth noting that all pros drop the club into the slot, even those with swings as disparate as Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.)
The fellow on the right is none other than Cye Newman, a 13 handicapper from Choctaw, Oklahoma. His swing is hardly Hoganesque, but as you can see he’s smack-dab in the slot.
Would you believe that 3 minutes before this photo was snapped, Cye couldn’t find the slot if his life depended on it?
Or that exactly one week later, he achieved a genuine bucket-list feat… at age 71?
And that he owes his new status as slot-finder to that orange device you see connecting his arms?
It’s all true, and we’ll share the juicy details shortly. Trust us – it’s relevant to your own goals.
As for your second question: Why does the slot matter?
Because finding it is…
Did your eyes just get a little wider? Has consistency proved as elusive as Captain Ahab’s white whale?
Join the club, pal. Every golfer chases a reliable, repeatable swing. Few manage to capture one.
It really shouldn’t be that hard, though. All you’ve got to do is learn to find the slot.
We’ll fill out the whole sequence shortly, but the decisive split-second unfolds like this:
From the top of the swing (1), the right elbow drives downward (2), toward the right hip (3), staying close to the body and the left elbow. It’s this action that pulls the club onto a shallow or horizontal plane and delivers a square, powerful blow (4):
As with everything in the golf swing, there are steps to making it happen. Multiple parts must work together – particularly the arms and shoulders – to bring about the magic moment.
So why isn’t it happening for you? Well…
This is the death move that causes slices, pulls and fat shots. As well as thin shots, pushes and hooks. Worst of all? It puts the kibosh on consistent ball-striking. So…
Of course you do. But you’re skeptical about your prospects – understandably so. After all, you’ve been doing it one way – the wrong way – for all these years. And everyone knows a swing change can take ages to burn into your muscle memory.
Yes, it can. But it doesn’t have to.
This makes it a piece of cake:
Here it is – the tool that’s going to bully your slice into submission, stretch your drives past your befuddled buddies’ and send your scores plummeting.
It’s going to do all this and more by training you – indeed, all but forcing you – to follow the sequence that culminates with the club dropping into the slot.
It’s going to revamp your swing by connecting your arms to each other and to your chest while smoothly integrating your lower body.
And it’s going to do these things a lot quicker than you’d expect.
Cye Newman is just one golfer who’s experienced the effects firsthand. There’s also Cathie Kincaid, a 25 handicapper who tested the LC-1 trainer and saw a difference in five minutes. Brian Thomas, a 6 handicap, and Don Nolan, a 24, enjoyed similar results.
This video shows the striking contrast in Brian’s swing before he tried the LC-1, and his swing while wearing it. (Note: The video has no sound and pauses for several seconds at the top of Brian’s swing, then again at the finish, before continuing with a down-the-line view.):
Coming up, we’ll share their reviews and explain how the LC-1 works its wonders. But first, let’s look at a few ways this easy-to-use aid will transform your game.
Go ahead: Picture your swing as a compact, consistent, low-maintenance machine, drilling down-the-middle drives and flag-rattling approaches like there’s nothing to it.
Or, if you find that a little far-fetched…
Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? Darn right it does.
Now, you may notice something in the above photos and descriptions: The LC-1 doesn’t just improve a specific facet or phase of your swing.
That, as they say, is the beauty part.
By using the LC-1 – whether you’re making practice swings in the living room or hitting full shots on the range – you’ll ingrain proper moves and positions from address through finish. Your big muscles will take charge, overriding the meddlesome hands that create so much inconsistency.
You’ll rid yourself of bad habits, too.
That means goodbye, flying right elbow.
So long, casting from the top.
See ya, reverse pivot.
Adios, outside-in swing path.
As for you, handsy flip at the bottom: Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.
Cathie Kincaid arrived with a chicken wing – where the left elbow bows out after impact – and a habit of hitting the ball fat.
Don Nolan’s bugaboo was a slice caused by an ultra-upright swing plane.
Brian Thomas had a doozy of a flying right elbow – and maddening inconsistency along with it.
For Cye Newman, a steep downswing bred fat shots and pulls.
All of them needed help. None knew what to expect.
Each golfer followed the same routine, hitting several shots with an 8-iron before putting on the LC-1. Next they hit shots while wearing the device, then finished by taking off the LC-1 and hitting another series of shots, with the idea of replicating the feeling and positions of their LC-1 swings.
All told, the sessions lasted about 15 to 20 minutes per golfer. But what a difference those minutes made.
Here’s a brief review of each golfer’s experience:
The best golfer of the bunch, Brian knew he had room for improvement – literally, due to the large gap between his elbows at the top of his swing.
This happens, Brian confessed, when he tries to overpower the ball. Well, the LC-1 trainer was having none of it. When Brian gained a feel for keeping the right elbow tucked against his body, his swing became more compact and efficient, producing equal distance – and greater consistency – at about 75% of his usual effort.
The verdict: “I’m sold on (the LC-1),” he said. “It’s a great product.”
Before working with the LC-1, Don’s 8-iron maxed out at about 100 yards. Then he hit eight balls while wearing the device. When he took it off and repeated the proper motions, that same 8-iron carried approximately 120 yards (maybe more).
OK, so maybe Don got caught up in the moment.
Then again, Cathie might agree with that whole “miracle” thing.
Her swing was all over the place before she tried the LC-1. Her No. 1 fault? Let’s call it pride.
“I want it to go just as far as a guy hits a ball,” she admitted. “I want to beat the guy.”
As Brian could tell her, swinging out of your shoes is not the answer. Cathie’s overzealousness caused her fundamentals to collapse – but the LC-1 helped put them back in place.
After using it for just a few shots, Cathie’s swing started to tighten up. Then she nailed one dead at the flag which, were she on the course instead of the range, may well have been an ace.
Which brings us to…
Retired since 1997, Cye lamented that his swing had lost a lot of its “oomph” in recent years. Nothing he did seemed to slow the regression.
Until he tried the LC-1.
In less than 15 minutes using the aid, Cye’s fat shots and weak, fluttering ball flight were replaced by a glorious, piercing draw.
The key was converting his too-vertical downswing to a shallower plane – exactly what the LC-1 is designed to do.
Naturally, Cye was pumped.
A week later, Cye joined some buddies for a round at FireLake Golf Course in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
An early birdie reinforced the positive thoughts he’d been building. “I was playing along trying to swing as if I had the LC-1 on,” he said, “and I could definitely feel I was hitting the ball better, straighter and farther.”
Good vibes, however, often crash and burn on FireLake’s eighth hole – a devilish par 3 across Squirrel Creek. There’s usually a crosswind from the left, and the green is angled to accept a soft draw.
Cye pulled an 8-iron and settled over the 131-yard shot.
“Smooth swing,” he reminded himself a split-second before taking the club back. “Elbows together.”
He knew instantly that he’d struck it well; his gaze sharpened as the ball traced a gentle, right-to-left crescent toward the flag.
The pure joy of the moment – which landed his picture in the local paper – made Cye’s $60 bar tab “worth every penny.”
Afterward, Cye kept his expectations in check. “I have a ways to go before I can be consistent,” he allowed. Still, he couldn’t hide his renewed enthusiasm.
Cye’s fellow test golfers were equally optimistic. Let’s hear more from the group.
“After my practice swings and getting used to (the LC-1), almost every shot was going straight at the target. The trajectory is a lot lower and the ball's going farther. It was really neat.
“I've been playing golf since seventh grade and wish we would have had (the LC-1) a long time ago. This is great for an experienced golfer or a person just starting out. If they start off with this, they learn the proper swing and they're not bringing bad habits.” – Brian Thomas
“When I first put it on, I realized that it was going to take charge of my swing. I mean, I wasn't going to be able to fight this. You had to make the right swing, and it was going to force you into it, and within five minutes I could feel the length coming.
“With the LC-1 Trainer, there is a natural draw when you hit the ball. I've fought to try to do it all of the time I've ever played golf, and it just never seems to come… After using it for 15 minutes, after taking it off, your arms still feel that they're in the same position.” – Don Nolan
“I really had doubts about it. But then when I put the LC-1 on, I didn't even have to think about what I was doing. It was amazing how it kept you together. After we were practicing with the LC-1 five minutes at the most, I took it off and swung on my own to see if there really was a difference. Amazingly (there was) much, much difference. The ball went straight, it had some height to it, and it went like an 8-iron should go.
“It's an awesome product. I recommend it to anyone that's having a hard time with their swing. It'll keep you together and you'll love your outcome.” – Cathie Kincaid
“I've never used any training aids. My game has suffered so much lately that I wanted to do something to improve my game, and I think this LC-1's gonna do that. You don't have to think about all those different (swing mechanics), because this helps hold it all together.
“I've got some friends I play with, and I think they're gonna be impressed when I get back there and start hitting the ball the way I should be. I guarantee it's gonna make your swing better. It has mine.” – Cye Newman
They could feel and see the difference it made in a matter of minutes. And they could easily imagine their games improving by leaps and bounds with continued practice.
How about you?
… Tighten up your swing until it hums with effortless efficiency…
… Ingrain the slot-finding downswing move that practically eliminates slicing, fat shots and myriad other miss-hits…
… And enjoy a quick, long-lasting injection of distance, accuracy and consistency?
We know you do. We also want you to get started ASAP, so we’ll make it easy:
Didn’t click? No biggie. That gives us a chance to review what we’ve told you about the LC-1 so far… and add a couple more cool details.
It’s a heckuva package – for a ridiculously low price we’re about to show you.
First, we want to fill in the final piece of the puzzle. The piece that protects you if, for whatever reason, you and the LC-1 simply don’t get along. Hey, it happens. That’s why the LC-1 is…
We’re so confident the LC-1 will improve your driving distance, tee-to-green accuracy & ball-striking consistency that we support it with a 60-day, money-back guarantee.
We can only think of one reason you wouldn’t get better by using this unique training aid:
Your swing is already perfect.
Barring that, we expect you to see amazing results. If you don’t, just return the LC-1 within 60 days of receipt and we’ll refund the purchase price (minus any shipping charges).
Which reminds us: We promised you a price. A ridiculously low one, at that.
The price – via this limited-time introductory offer – is only $79.
Surprised? We figured you would be.
After all, you’re used to seeing $500 price tags on new drivers (that perform the same as last year’s models).
Or paying $250-plus for a putter (which probably won’t do a thing for your stroke, or your scores). Heck, 200 bucks will barely buy you a decent stand bag.
Let alone a whole new outlook. But invest a mere $79 in the LC-1 trainer and that’s exactly what you’ll get. Perhaps you’ve still got nagging questions. Namely…
Practice a little with the LC-1 and you’ll see solid progress very quickly. Use it long-term and the sky’s the limit. Obviously, we’re not talking Hogan-Nicklaus-Woods territory here.
But if you’re committed to working regularly with the LC-1 – whether it’s practice swings in the rumpus room or full shots on the range, and you reach the point where you can consistently make the slider click in the impact zone…
Then a single-digit handicap is well within reach. Again, that will take some time and effort. Who knows, though – a hole-in-one could be in your near future.
Just ask Cye Newman. He couldn’t have predicted making an ace within a week of discovering the LC-1. But he was spot-on when he said, “This is gonna create a lot more fun in my game.”
It’s gonna do the same for you. Because once you find the slot…
You’ll find your groove.
So go ahead, order your LC-1 today. Remember, you can send it back if you’re not happy. But we’re pretty sure that’s not happening. Get started below now.
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