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Golf swing tempo for more distance and consistency
Slow down your golf swing for more power and distance for ultimate golf lessons free.

Alex Fortey from the Art of Simple Golf gives you a simple golf tip to improve your golf swing tempo and to have a better golf swing that is less strain on the body, on the mind and best of all delivers the results you want!


This is one way to learn the easiest swing in golf that is natural but it's advisable for all ages and abilities to use this method, or at the very least try it next time your practice your golf swing.

It might just make things that much easier for you!

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Golf wins in the complication department. No other sport boasts the amount of gadgets, swing fixes, variations of balls, clubs, tees, courses, not to mention weather!, however, it is not as difficult as you have been led to believe.

Or at the very least as complicated and frustrating as the golf industry has you made you you think.

The Art of Simple Golf was born when confusion overruled the joy of golf.

You know that horrible dream where rabid dogs are coming at you, and you try to run but you are frozen in fear?

Ever feel like golf is just like that?

Not the rabid dogs part, but the frozen in fear due to over-thinking?

Stop overcomplicating. Listen to your swing.simple golf tips

Using simple methods. Simple drills, breaking down the game into tips that actually work. Giving you freedom in your golf swing.

Our goal is to get golfers to;

-play more consistent golf

-hit longer drives

-shoot lower scores

-feel better

-play better

-and enjoy golf once more

Our goal is to get golfers playing more consistent golf, hitting longer drives, shooting lower scores, feel better, play better, and enjoy golf, once again.

It’s no secret that golf has become an over-complicated game for players and coaches alike, you only need to do a quick search online for golf backswing tips and you will be bombarded with, one plane and two plane golf swings, training aids, DVD’s and equipment that promises to give you the “Perfect Golf Swing“.

But that is absolute rubbish. Im sure you have realized that by now because despite your best efforts you have not seen significant improvement.

It’s not your fault though!

The over complicated swing instruction methods have your best interests at heart, but as I alluded to earlier, they are still stuck in the “golf instruction paradigm blindness” and only give you what the industry dictates again and again.

We have scoured the globe to partner and feature some of the best coaches and smartest folks out there.



research and development says:

That's what I'm talking about. Making it look easy .. less is more..

Acoustic Guitar - Dana says:

I watch literally 100s of golf vids. This guy has ability to simplify things. Great tips

jack silver says:

I’m another a fan and an example of slowing down the swing tempo to hit further. You avoid your unwelcome friends Hook and Slice and get to know a new friend, straight-down-the-middle.


I`ve been actively playing for 7 years and undergone numerous lessons. When I obtained the golf swing strategies , Jοmtοnο Naha (Go ogle it), I was able to create a 75 shot after a couple of buckets. I was able to become more accustomed to numerous golf concepts like grip, ball position as well as through swing drills. My past handicap is 13, but now I`m starting to lower it. This tutorial is very useful!

Adji Karya says:

Do I have to use the same tempo for driver, woods, long iron, mid iron and short iron ? Tx

trace yates says:

I was going to the range all the time and hitting decent shots and decent distance but it killed my upper back. I slowed my swing down, stopped focusing off hitting the ball and instead focusing on hitting through the golf ball. I stopped getting hurt as much and actually increased my distance as well as accuracy.

Hernan Santos says:

I used this tempo and your 90/90 lesson in my last three rounds of golf and hit all my fairway woods, 5,6,7 and 8 irons more accurately. It's amazing…THANKS!

Hernan Santos says:

I applied this lesson at Poppy Hills in Carmel today and I hit 15 fairways…Thank You!

Doug Hansen says:

Every time I take a lesson or discover something that works well in improving my swing/power, I start swinging too fast because I think "I've got it now". That's a huge mistake. So, here I am.

Per Lasse Bakken says:

I just watched this now, after a couple of disasterous rounds. I have to find something that works constently… something I can build on. I think this might be very helpful!

Tibor Sol says:

Great advice I absolutely buy what you’re saying here. Fred Couples is a top example, I reckon I’ve watched video of Couples and then swung way better playing straight away, almost like absorbing some of what he’s doing. Play a few days later and start ripping into it like an axe. Knowing what to do and actually executing the technique seems so much tougher than it should.

moreme40 says:

The 70% swing looked at least serviceable. I’m going to try this for my tempo which is currently too fast

Toto Sugiarto says:

I have Practice in range, but still difficulty to reduce speed at downswing 50% & under, my speed tend to normal 100%.., so any suggestion ..??, Thanks so much..

Toto Sugiarto says:

..Best drill.. ," slow speed = better tempo & more consistency ", but How any kind control 50%, 60%, etc , during my own tempo swing.., do you have advice

Lawrence MacDonald says:

Can I see more tips with the driver not with the irons please.

moreme40 says:

Why would you pull your right foot back for a fade ?

tat 22020 says:

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Gary Smith says:

Remembering on the course is the problem any tips?

Dennis Dobin says:

He mentioned 100% hit, I not sure but I believe not many pro's hit a ball with a 100% tempo, this is a very good practice drill to fine tuning your game.Sam Snead said he hit at about 75or 80%,that why we have different clubs,you hit it longer with a longer club with the same swing tempo, you don't raise the tempo of your swing as you go up a club, that where you get your consistency,I can say this with a certain amount of authority as I have belt the hell out of every club in my bag all my life,as my testosterone levels drop and my ego declines I now look a the target more than the distance and play the club required to make that shot with the easiest swing I can produce. Sadly neither of those levels have falling enough for me to win a major,but the wife not complaining.

Tom Folino says:

If I may say, and please dont take this the wrong way, but I wish you wouldn't use the word "slow" to describe finding a good tempo. Finding smooth natural tempo is truly the fountain of youth in golf however "slow" is an AWFUL term to bring into this. In reality, we are actually creating MORE clubhead speed by finding the body's natural way of maintaining proper positions and angles throughout the swing; utilizing the ground and a small amount of the big muscles to swing as opposed to the a massive exertion on the smaller muscles. The human body naturally associates FORCE with Speed in the golf swing, "the more force I apply the further the ball goes…right?" This is the first thing we have to learn is NOT true to to reach our potential.

Larry Sullivan says:

Alex….how does the right leg being back help us ? Thanks

James Adcock says:

Why don't u play in the YouTube golf tournament its for charity

Gordon Vance says:

Great instruction Alex, thanks

Scottie boy says:

Love it Alex as I've said before your swing is so smooth and effortless I've been trying it and it feels a lot better stops me snatching and either being too quick on the backswing or the downswing so this has helped so much can I ask you what irons and driver you use cheers Alex 👍🏻👍🏻🏌️🏌️

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