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How to Break 80 Review #2

Thursday, September 24th, 2009


The first review I wrote about ‘How to Break 80 and Shoot Like the Pros’ was over two years ago. Now, that can be a long time in the internet world and so I am wondering if this golf instruction guide written by Jack Moorehouse is still as popular as it was then.

I spent many days searching the internet to see how the up-to-date answers compared to the results in the first article that I wrote titled ‘How to Break 80 Review–What Are Others Saying About How to Break 80?’

You will see that I took the same basic questions asked in the How to Break 80 Review #1, listed them first, and then reported the information that I discovered.

So, let’s see what the results are and what the verdict is:
Has ‘How to Break 80 and Shoot Like the Pros’ stood the test of time?

1. Is he still helping hundreds of people? Is this really your personal guide to lower scores? Is this really a complete guide to shooting your best scores ever, whatever your handicap?

Well, it looks like over the last couple of years, Jack has continued helping lower golf scores and has now helped “over 100,000 golfers all over the world play better regardless of their skill.”

On his website, there are testimonials from people from all walks of life, from all age groups, from varied handicaps, and from all over the world.

It would appear that the techniques in the ‘How to Break 80 Program’ are still working for many who want to improve their golf game. If a golfer wants to break 80, 90, or 100 it does not matter, as long as he or she wants lower scores. Now, let’s not be naive, there is not a program in the world that makes everyone happy, but it looks like there are a multitude of happy campers here.

2. If you are a golfer, ‘How to Break 80’ sounds good, doesn’t it! But…do his promises come from a credible place? Is he only blowing his own horn or do others agree?

I rechecked the web to see if Mr. Moorehouse was still as visible a presence as before. I found that he is continually adding golf articles to the article directories. On alone, he now has 250 articles about all aspects of the game and is considered a Platinum Quality Author. This constant visibility equates to being very good for players–he continues to give free access to credible tips and golf information galore.

His free newsletter is still an excellent publication; I receive it regularly. In it he provides top rate golf information and answers questions that the real players have, not just something he pulls out of the air. It goes out to thousands of golfers spanning seven continents.

Other than his ‘How to Break 80 Program’, he has expanded to add the accelerated golf program membership called the ‘Fast Track Program’.

Jack Moorehouse now offers special lessons through his video series. These videos cover different aspects of the game: from improving you distance, drawing and slicing the ball, to precision putting.

So, even though he is a not golf pro, but rather an ordinary working man like the rest of us, he continues to maintain his love for the game and his commitment to helping others achieve their goals. It looks like he has captured the attention of thousands of golfers worldwide.
Stay tuned for Part 2 of How to Break 80 Review #2 -DISCOVER WHAT THEY ARE NOW SAYING ABOUT ‘HOW TO BREAK 80’
It will reveal what real everyday golfers are saying. You will uncover what the numerical results are to back up these reviews.

Break80golf In the meantime, click here to find out more about the “How to Break 80″ Program and take advantage of the limited time discount of 33% off.

Here is wishing you lower scores and wonderful days on the golf course,


Monday, September 7th, 2009

kia flagKIA Scholarships is hosting their inaugural KIA Scholarships Golf Classic on Monday, October 19, 2009 at the Tour 18 Golf Club in Flower Mound, Texas.

The event will provide scholarships to children of U.S. servicemen who have been killed in action.

Have fun and help “KIA Scholarships” at the same time.

They will be using Halloween themed Mulligan cards that
were customized for them.

Wishing Bob, Skip and ‘KIA Scholarships’ great success, fun, and lots of money from their Mulligan Golf tickets.

Happy golfing,