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« on: May 23, 2009, 12:57:52 AM »

Steve Griffith - America's favorite Long Drive Champion



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I've read Steve's entire e-book twice before making these comments. The text of this e-book is organized professionally and there is no "fluff" to be found, just solid golf instruction from a World Champion. The combination of the text and videos is superb. They offer a very clear picture of what transpires in Steve's golf swing and in the proper sequence.

I particularly like how Steve addresses the ball and the techniques he uses before he begins his swing. His mental preparation is fantastic, which allows him to remain loose and to expend all his energy into his shot.

Anyone who is serious about improving their driving distance or even learning the correct fundamentals of the golf swing should purchase this e-book. This is a great rendering of computer programing, design and Steve's powerful golf swing.


I would like information on the "Lighting Swing Speed Trainer". I like your instruction E-book. You get right to the point without any unnecessary repetition that a lot of instructional videos have. I would recommend this to anyone. Thank you.


I drove over 130 miles to take personal lessons from Steve. The drive and the time was well worth the instructions I received. Steve charges $75.00 per hour for lessons and getting this e-book is a tremendous savings of money and time.

This ebook is easy to navigate and the information provided, explained in video, images and text is superb. Recommend highly to any golfer interested in hitting longer and improving their golf swing and scores.


Email question to Steve and his reply.

Hi Steve,

Your product reads good. I have unfortunately purchased many videos such as Dalton McCrary's Hit It Straight Guaranteed. Nick Faldo and David Leadbetter videos and the list goes on.

These videos seem to have hurt my game as I have gone from an 18 to a 23 handicap. I have had more lessons than I care to remember. I can't afford to chuck more money at something that doesn't work.

So, now the all important question. How does your product deliver more than other products and how quickly should I expect to improve.

Now read Steve's reply to Richard's question.

I appreciate your interest in my e-book and I believe it can help any golfer improve their overall game and also help them hit longer and straighter drives. My information comes with a money back guarantee. If after 60 days of following my instructions you are not happy I will personally make sure you get your money refunded.

I can tell you I am not a "giant name" in the world of golf. I have been a very well respected world long drive professional for the last 6 years and I became a Remax world long drive champion in 2005.

Now, to answer your question " How does your product deliver more than other products and how quickly should I expect to improve".

Most videos or tapes are bought and looked at once and then forgotten. It is to much hassle and time to find the DVD, CD or VHS tape, insert it in the VHS, DVD or whatever player and go back to and find exactly what you want to view or re-view.

My e-book is an intertaining program you can down load to your computer and refer to as often as you like. Unlike a video, tape or book (You get one or the other, but not all) you will get a combination of all three and more in one purchase. Open the program and go to the section you want to review with a click of the mouse.

Text, video and images you can view time and time again on your PC. You can also print the instructions if you wish. The program also interacts with the Internet and other golf sites. I really believe there is not a better training aid sold anywhere to improve your golf swing and distance off the tee than what we offer from our web site.

The e-book instructions has helped countless golfers already. The quickness in which you will see change is not predictable. I have no way of knowing how you swing presently and how quickly you can adapt to the changes I suggest. We all have are own learning curve and different strengths and weaknesses.

However, I can assure you, you will receive solid, precise golf instruction in language and video that is easy to understand and follow.

Steve Griffith

Great information at a truly fair price. I am 6' 2" 220 lbs. @ 58 years old and have been trying many different things to increase my distance off the Tee in order to keep up with the younger crowd. I was about 225-240 when I found Beau's web site and began using his suggestions. I have increased to 265-285 regularly in the past few months. I think you may have added even a few more yards to my drives with your suggestions. You covered a few things that he did not. Can't wait too try them.

Tell me more about your Lightning Swing Speed Trainer


Could you please tell me how your product can acheive an outcome as succesful as a professional one on one lesson.

Steve's Reply to Natalia

My ebook is a download to your computer so you can refer to it as often as you wish. You can view the videos over and over and re-read any part or all of the e-book whenever you might need to. The ebook will remain on your computer for as long as you choose. For less than the price of golf balls you can have unlimited access to the ebook that includes video instructions and much more. A golf lesson is over in half an hour (A lot more expensive also) and then you are on your own.

Thanks for the question,
Steve Griffith

Hi Steve,
I just bought your book, read it, and it has helped me on the first outing. That was in winds gusting to 35 knots. I'm 60 years old, in great shape, and teach history.

I'm building a driver to help with my distance. I would like to know what the kick point is in your shaft? Is it mid, hi or a low kick point? Also is it an XS, S or Firm shaft? And, if you don't mind what ball do you use? Thank you for a great book. It follows the basic KISS principle - they usually work the best, and yours does that. Thanks for any consideration in sending me this information. Good luck, hit em straight and looooong. Regards,

Steve's Reply to Bob

Hi Bob,
Thank you for purchasing my ebook. I hope you continue to have success with your golf improvement. It is always a peasure to talk with a fellow teacher. The shaft of my current driver is a mid X flex Pro LD Accuflex. The head of my driver is 9.5 Cobra HS9 composit. The overall length of my driver is 48" measured and within the guide lines set by the standard USGA measurement system.

Now, when I go to a long driving competition I will use a slightly lower lofted head to try to promote more roll, but for regular golf I use the 9.5.

The ball I use when I play golf is the Pinnacle Exception. This ball's playing characteristics are the closest I have found to the expensive Pro V1 Titleist and it is half the price. Good luck with the rest of your school year, and your golf improvements, and again thank you for buying my ebook.

Steve Griffith

Hi Steve,
Just want to say getting your ebook was 100% worth the investment. Read, apply, result! Right off the first try at the range. It corrected the fade, gained distance and your advise on the grip and swing speed adjustment were invaluable.

Just want to say thank you. You are right about the investment. A few more rounds at the range doing the wrong things would have cost more, not forgetting the countless hours of practices cultivating the wrong technique.

Thank you very much for sharing your passion.


Hi Steve
I purchased one just prior to xmas and its great, have already increased my clubhead speed from 125mph to 133mph. Trying to get over 140mph so can be competitive in long drive comps. New Zealand nationals are in May-07. Any advice would be much apppreciated.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Alberto To: steve@golflongdriver.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2007 11:36 AM
Subject: Long And Straight

Dear Steve,
First, sorry for my english I hope you understand, Im 62 years old and start golf 7 month ago, my handicap is 30, the distance with driver at the best 210 yards the best, use Calleway X 460, Hibrid 2 190 yards, hibrid 4 160 yards and Wood 3 200 yards, I have a poor swing you know. Im near old man, how is the posibility for increase the distance.

Hope you understand, have a nice day

Date: 8/3/2008 11:29:08 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time
From: David Knapp
To: steve@golflongdriver.com
Sent from the Internet

Thanks so much for providing a great e-book for improving my driving distance. I am 55 years old and started with your recommendations 3 months ago. My good drives were around 250. With an exercise program, stretching, and your program, I'm now getting around 280 with a few 290 yard drives. My longest is 305, wow did that feel great.

Would like to do a side by side video study of your swing next to mine. Do you provide your 5 swing videos separate from the program?

Thanks again,
David Knapp

Subject: SV: Re: I just payed for the ebook
Date: 3/23/2008 5:01:52 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time
From: david393@yahoo.dk
To: BEAU1943@aol.com

Hi Steve,

Thanks for the ebook. It was a good buy!


To: steve@golflongdriver.com
Sent: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 9:36 am
Subject: Your're My Inspiration
Dear Mr Griffith,

I just wanted to stop by and let you know that after not playing golf for over 10 years, with your inspiration to hit the ball long at the age of 50+, I've returned and worked on my game to the point where I'm playing better than I did when I was in my 20's..I'm now 55 years old. And while I'm still not a scratch golfer, I have never played better and hit the ball longer than now -- the game is fun again!

Congratulations on your recent success at the Long Drive Championship.

You are my inspiration --- Thank you!

All my Best
Michael Hoskins

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Luke
To: srfg3150@aol.com
Sent: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 1:59 pm
Subject: RE: Long And Straight


I can't believe what just happened. I read your entire book and then I went outside to try it out by hitting into my practice net. Let me just say, wow! I hit the first few and they felt really good. I could tell that I had a lot more club head speed than I do normally. On the 5th or 6th shot, I connected so well that it actually put a hole in my practice net backstop! I just got this net for Christmas so it isn't old or worn out! Before reading your book, I wasn't even close to putting holes in the backstop. I hit about 30 more shots and put 5 more holes in my backstop. J Thank you so much! I can't wait to give it a try at the range and then on the course. I'll keep you posted.

Mike Luke

Wow! What an ebook. Tell me, any special stretching routine or does the push ups and twists fill the bill. I was in SF and pushups, sit ups and twists work for me. thanks. Let me know what else is on the horizon - I am your new best customer.

Richard Amster

Dear Steve:

I have enjoyed your e-book more each day. The best purchase I ever made. I had a question about weight distribution on the backswing. I wasn't hitting it as solid today as in the past, and I noticed afterward that my weight begin moving toward my toes In the backswing. Isn't it necessary to keep the weight more in the balls of the feet throughout the swing? Would appreciate your comment.

Neal North

Hey Steve I used your tips to improve my game by 13 strokes. It really works and is worth the investment .I told all my friends about it, so hopefully they'll purchase it too. But I have one problem, I lost the software from my computer and wanted to know if there is a way to download it again. I believe I bought it on July 9,2007 with Paypal. Please let me know soon, I would like to study more before I hit the course this weekend.

Thank You,
Todd P.


I just bought your ebook. It helped confirm a lot of the things I've been learning from reading some of the old classic books as well as experimenting. I noticed how when I let the ball creep back in my stance I start losing those killer drives. If I keep it up off my toe I hit it pretty far. I'm swinging 108 with a fuji x and carrying a minimum of 260 usually. Accuracy is my problem.

Your book also brought quite a few things to my attention that I never really understood and I'm anxious to try them into my net tomorrow at the shop. I've got a zelocity pure launch in my warehouse to keep an eye on my swing speed. Recently I went to a heavier shaft...I was swinging an Aldila NV65S on an FT-3. I had an old club Pat Dempsey built for me a few years ago(SMT) with a FUJI 757 X that I put on it.....right away I started hitting more fairways...and played awesome for a few weeks.....now I'm back to all over the place again. Anyway....I'm interested in a lesson or two. I'm in Northern Ohio but I'd drive down for a lesson if you have any openings in the next week or so. This weekend I don't have anything going on ...not sure if you do lessons on the weekends...let me know.

On the clubhead and shaft you're using. I assume you're using the Xtra stiff Accuflex LD? That's a 60 weight isn't it? I imagine great timing is really important with that light of a shaft isn't it?

Larry Bailey


I just wanted to drop you a note thanking you for the time you took with Nancy and I. I can see why you are a teacher. You have great patience and a gift for communicating. We were very impressed by you and hope to have more lessons in the near future.

Ron and Nancy Clark


Thanks for the feedback...I ended up purchasing the eBook and I think that the SwingSpeed trainer idea alone is worth the $19.95. I already rushed to Target, bought the biggest wacky-noodle with grooves I could find and made one for myself.

I'll give you some more feedback after training for a while.

Best Regards,
Paul Krayeski

Dear Steve:

i purchased "long and straight" from OHP direct and love it. my good drives are definitely getting straighter and longer. i have a question though. In the section on stance, i notice in your pictures that it looks like your right foot is dropped back (away) from the line which would be parallel to your target line. In other words, if you had a T square with the long leg running from the ball back towards your feet, and the top of the T is parallel to the target line of the ball, it looks as if your left foot (toe) would be on the line, but the right foot, allbeit slightly closed, would have the toe back (away from the ball) a few inches. i would appreciate your clarification on this issue.

By the way, i am 55 years old, have a 28.3 H I, and want to get it under 20 this year. If i can get my short game a bit tighter, i believe i will get there.

Thanks for your response,
georges boyer

Hi Steve,

Just want to say getting your ebook was 100% worth the investment. Read, apply, result! Right off the first try at the range. It corrected the fade, gained distance and your advise on the grip and swing speed adjustment were invaluable. Just want to say thank you. You are right about the investment. A few more round at the range doing the wrong thing would have cost more, not forgetting the countless of practices cultivating the wrong technique.

Thank you very much for sharing your passion.

KM Hui
(Only played golf for a year)

Hi Steve

I purchased one just prior to xmas and its great, have already increased my clubhead speed from 125mph to 133mph. Trying to get over 140mph so can be competitive in long drive comps. New Zealand nationals are in May-07. Any advice would be much apppreciated.

Craig (New Zealand)

Hi Everyone, I am Ray Beaufait. At the age of 62 I started competing in RE/MAX World long drive competitions. My first two years in competition is a story of near misses and disappointments.

Steve Griffith worked with me on his swing techniques and power moves. At the age of 64 I qualified for the world finals. (longest 355 yards in competition) Steve's ebook is as good as it gets. I recommend it highly to anyone who wants more distance off the tee.

Ray Beaufait

Hello Steve,

I had the pleasure of reading your book this evening from cover to cover. I felt it necessary to email you to complement you on your writing skills and disclosure of the methods you used to accomplish your goals. You come across as very humble though out the book and there is no hint of bragging. I am an addicted older golfer (66) like yourself, and always searching for better distance and more accurate direction, and your book gives me the chance to experiment with your methods as everything was very clearly written. I too am from Ohio (Toledo), and am spending the winter here in Myrtle Beach to be able to work on my game, and your book has given me inspiration.

Thank you again for your story.
5.0 out of 5 stars
Long And Straight Review
February 28, 2013
By chenrio
Amazon Verified Purchase

I purchased this book with an open mind, never having been a huge fan of long drive contests, but interested in the technical aspect of swinging the club. I was pleasantly rewarded with a candid and very well written book and would recommend it to anyone interested in golf. The author came across as very genuine and made me feel like his story is real and factual.
5.0 out of 5 stars
An inspiring, entertaining, and interesting book!
February 26, 2013 By Anthony
Amazon Verified Purchase

I was attracted to this book because I have always loved to watch the ReMax Long Drive Championships every year. Once I started reading it, it was hard to put down. The story of how Steve became a ReMax Long Drive Champion is inspiring and enjoyable - not going to tell you any details, you need to read it for yourself. He also talks about how us mortals can improve our driving distance and the tips are sensible and valuable. An absolutely great read. Now I hope he gets to the ReMax finals again this year! Thank you Steve for telling us your story.
March 04, 2013, 10:04:15 PM
By Wakehopper

Just finished the book and it was a great read. I almost wonder if it shouldn't be required reading for Incepta members. He does a great job of telling his story and you can really see how much he loves the sport and the opportunities he had to compete. Well done!

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