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“I have been playing golf for 50 years and during that span of time I have had over 200 private lessons and attended four national golf schools, but I have not found anything that gets results like the Tour Tempo system. I had a 20-year problem of ‘coming over the top’ and pulling my shots. With John Novosel’s system, I cured that 20-year problem and am finally hitting the ball consistently straight!”
Dr. Lynn Ketchum, surgeon

“After working with John Novosel for only one hour, my swing speed went from 84 mph to 104 mph. My drives on the course started going 40 yards farther; my dad couldn’t believe it, I was out-driving him by 20 yards!”
Shawna Bajich, accountant


“I started John Novosel’s Tour Tempo system a year ago as a 17 handicapper: today I shot a 33-38 for a 71, the first time I’ve ever beaten par on 9 holes and 18 holes. Wow!”
John Ross, businessman

“Before I met John Novosel , everything I did just added more thoughts to my swing -- and the more thoughts I added, the worse the results I got. What I like about his program is that it reduces the swing thoughts while increasing the results. Within one week after starting with John, I increased my clubhead speed by 20 mph and started hitting the best shots of my life. It’s just made a monstrous difference in my game!”
Rob Jonas, chief financial officer


“I have never hit the ball as solidly as I did after 15 minutes of training with John Novosel’s Tour Tempo System. It increased my swing speed with a 5 iron from 79 mph to 99 mph, adding an average of 35 to 40 yards with every club!”
Bruce Provo, businessman

Biographie de l'auteur

JOHN NOVOSEL is a businessman and inventor who holds patents on four golf training devices, including the highly acclaimed swing aid XLR8R® (pronounced “Accelerator”), which is endorsed by many top coaches and used by numerous PGA and LPGA golfers.

JOHN GARRITY is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated, a columnist for si.com, and author of more than a dozen books.

Visit the author’s website at www.TourTempo.com



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  • Relié: 176 pages
  • Editeur : Doubleday; Édition : Har/Com (27 avril 2004)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0385509278
  • ISBN-13: 978-0385509275
  • Dimensions du produit: 16 x 1,7 x 21,1 cm
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Par Jeanlouiso le 19 mars 2011
Format: Relié
Ce livre peut rendre les plus grands services à ceux qui possèdent bien la technique du swing mais qui estiment que leurs résultats ne sont pas à la hauteur de leurs capacités. En analysant le swing des meilleurs joueurs l'auteur a mis en évidence l'importance fondamentale du tempo. Il ne se contente pas de le démontrer et de l'expliquer mais il indique comment l'acquérir.
Sans un bon tempo pas de bon swing !
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24 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This is great stuff 7 novembre 2005
Par Garo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Order two books -- Tour Tempo and Swing Like a Pro. Here's my story: None of my friends could believe I was an 18 handicap as hard as I worked on my game and the basic swing I had. My problem was inconsistency, and I never knew which golfer was going to show up -- the pretty good one or the hack. Breaking 90(!)became the holy grail.

Bought these two books a couple of weeks ago, and had about four 2-hour practice sessions in that time. Went out Friday, shot 82 and left at least 3 strokes on the course. Went out Saturday and finished third in our year-end tournament, winning money, golf balls and a trophy. Normally I've been disgusted after playing and VERY frustrated -- not anymore!

Tour Tempo allows you to improve without thinking, and you WILL be able to hit the ball farther and straighter. I am just crushing the ball and hitting the sweet spot on the club every time.

That said, if you start hitting the farther but not straighter, do 2 things: (1) Check your club position going back (the positions are in the book for a reason)and make sure your club is over your toeline half-way back and / or go straight to Swing Like A Pro.

The biggest help in Swing Like a Pro was the set-up. I thought there was no way I was going to be able to hit the ball from that position. Watched TV, and Davis Love looked just like the composite. It helped make my swing more efficient and consistent, in terms of path.

HIGHLY recommended. Hey, look what it did for me!
35 internautes sur 37 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Tour Tempo: Golf's Last Secret Finally Revealed 21 juin 2004
Par Jeffrey S. Young - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Tour Tempo - It Works! I got the Tour Tempo book less than two weeks ago just out of curiosity. I've read the book twice, I've viewed the DVD for a short while, and I have listened to the CD repeatedly in my car.
I have played since I was a kid, but not being a natural golfer, I have been burdened with too many swing thoughts. The best I have ever been is a 16 handicap; in the last two years playing once a week I have not broken 90. I do not belong to a club so I don't have easy access to a practice range; I sometimes swing a club in the yard. I have only played 9 holes 4 times this season. Yesterday I played in an outing at Little Mountain in Concord, Ohio. It has a reputation for being a difficult course.
In preparation for this round I listened to the Tour Tempo CD in my car on the way to the golf course. I arbitrarily picked the 24/8 tempo (27/9 sounded too slow & 21/7 seemed like it might be too fast). I alternated between track 5 (3 tones) and track 6 "Swing, Set, Through".
There is no driving range at this course, so a few swings on the first tee had to suffice.
On the course, before each shot, I took two practice swings silently saying "Swing, Set, Through" in my head.
I missed only two fairways, shot a 40-43-83 but more importantly, my biggest swing flaw was entirely eliminated. I have had a tendency to not finish my swing. With Tour Tempo, I found myself accelerating through the ball with the club swinging to finish naturally. My bad swings, which were few, were not bad swings at all, but alignment errors. Even my few mis-hits had decidedly better results.
I always knew tempo was important, but no one was ever able to tell me what good tempo is. You have not only solved the mystery, but made great tempo almost instantly accessible. I am obviously looking forward to even greater improvement. Thanks!
Jeffrey S. Young
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Simple concept for a complex sport 29 novembre 2006
Par Eagle Vision - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
For a person who struggles for consistency, this may be the golden key. Two major swing drills are taught. These drills are so basic but so essential to the component of a swing that it must be taken seriously.

Half of the book is dedicated to how the author came across this discovery and how he applied it to golfers of all levels of play. A section about myths and tips to improve play are outlined.

The value is not so much by reading the book but by watching to provided video clips and listening to the varying cadences. In a short time, I have improved my ball striking ability significantly. Instead of focusing upon a dozen "Swing thoughts", I concentrate upon the tempo of the swing based upon the cadences from the CD.

This is a piece of the puzzle that cannot be learned from reading books or even taking lessons - tempo is the key to consistency and likely, the reason why a hiatus from the game leads to a steep learning curve.

I listen to the tracks when practicing and on my way to play. I highly recommend this system. It is proven to work.

UPDATE SEP 2008:

This book is no fad. It has kept me consistent in my game and I still have the tracks stored on my MP3 player. The tempo works for every stroke in your game.
13 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This isnt' a "system" or just one component.... 23 août 2006
Par Richard Douglas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Tempo is key to balance, good mechanics, and consistency. By maintaining good tempo, the player keeps his/her body moving positively, avoiding alterations to the swing that come with lingering through it.

It feels fast to most because it is. Most of us swing back slowly, then try to rip it. But a slow backswing encourages us to hustle too fast through the forward swing. A slow backswing also gives us time to move the club off-plane. Not good.

I agree, however, that good fundamentals are vital to optimizing the results from good tempo, but good tempo can and should be learned regardless of one's other abilities. A lack of good tempo messes with good swings and destroys shaky ones.

It isn't a "system" because tempo is one component of the swing. But it's more than one component because it affects all the others.

My results? Not more distance, because when I strike the ball correctly, I fly it pretty far. But what I did get is much more consistency, hitting the ball the same way almost every time. Also, much better accuracy. I attribute both of these to moving efficiently through the swing at a good pace for me--I don't have time to mess it up, and centrifugal force keeps me on plane and moving towards the target. My backswing is definitely quicker, my transition is effortless--my McLean-style "X Factor" is increased by not pausing at the top--and my forward swing is just a wee bit faster, too. For me, the backswing was the problem. No more.

The book has some rudimentary instruction on mechanics, despite its clear desire to eschew them. As others have suggested, get another book to learn those. (My favorite has always been "Getting Back to Basics" by Tom Watson.)

Read this book. Rip the mp3 files and put them in an iPod-like device. Try different tempos to find yours. Practice while listening to the tones. Run the tempo in your head. Practice without the tones, running the tempo in your head. Play golf. Hit more greens. Enjoy.

Highly recommended!
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WARNING: Please read this before buying/reading this book: 2 janvier 2006
Par Robert B. Duran - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Feel free to e-mail me with any questions about this review.

I'm 30 years old and have been playing golf for 16 years. I bought this book on a whim after skimming through it at a Barnes and Noble. I bought it 7 months ago in May because the idea of practicing to "tunes" was new to me. My handicap had been a "5" for the last three years and overall I was already comfortable with my game and like everyone else looking for a new edge. The first couple of weeks after reading the book and listening only to the 24/8 tempo I was hitting the ball more solid and more consistently. The noticeable difference was how much harder I was swinging because my only swing though was to reach impact on that 3rd beat which is a lot faster than I was swinging before. My overall scores started to drop but soon after in June I hurt my back so here's my warning:

WARNING: For the average amateur the Tour Tempo drills will "psych" you into swinging harder and faster than you did before, therefore you may find yourself becoming more fatigued and sore until you get used to swinging harder. Please be careful and be sure to stretch before and after playing and do get in shape, especially with your back because to swing that hard you will definitely need to be in good shape. I'm just telling you this because I wasn't prepared and I injured my back from swinging so hard without stretching properly.

The L and Y drills are excellent for when you get off track a little but for me no instructor has been more effective in the long run to help me stop coming over the top than this book. My handicap went from "5" to "3" in 6 months which is a huge jump. I've shared this with my other golf buddies and from what I've observed the ones who have solid fundamentals to begin with benefit from this book quicker than ones who don't. If you don't have good fundamentals it's best to start with the L and Y drills. Otherwise you can probably start with the full swing drills.
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