Guinness World Record
Rocky Bowlby President of Memory Swing International sets a Guinness world record for the longest drive backwards with no rollout (carry only). He is a two time Utah State long drive champion and regional world qualifier. Rocky is a teach pro for the WGTF (World Golf Teach Federation) and also a member of the LDA (Long Drivers of America).
Start Improving Your Swing
The golf swing is a body motion, you have to first "feel" to understand. It is impossible to duplicate a correct golf swing when you haven't felt one before. Beginner, amateur and even novice golfers cannot identify with the verbal or visual golf instruction until they have "felt" the proper swing motion. The only way to learn a proper golf swing is by repeating the next to perfect motion until you learn how the perfect swing “feels.” You will actually have a distinct feeling in a swing change in 10 swings or less with the Memory Swing guaranteed!
What are the Pros Saying
Take the time to listen to Roy Green and his experience with the Memory Swing and how he noticed the "feeling" it gave him.
Green was drafted by the Cardinals in the fourth round of the 1979 NFL Draft. He starred as a rookie returning kicks, including a 106-yard return for a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys, tying an NFL record. Green also played well as a cornerback. In 1981, he stepped in as wide receiver part-time and managed to gain 708 yards on merely 33 catches - nearly 21.5 yards per catch. Green truly shined during the next several seasons, particularly in 1984 when his 1,555 receiving yards were then the third highest in a season.