Is The Medicus Driver A Scam?

By John Lynch

Dear Golfer,

Let’s get something dead straight before we start.

I don’t believe in using golf training aids by themselves to improve your golf game.

Really, I don’t. Let me tell you why.

First let me tell you how I got there and why I’m writing this…

A few weeks ago I got a call from a friend of mine who is an avid golfer. He was raving about this new golf training aid called the Medicus Driver.

My friend loves PGA Pro Mark O’Meara and decided to heed Mark’s advice and purchased the product. He told me Mark O’Meara is a big advocate of swinging the club on plane.

I trust my friend’s opinion which is why I clicked on the link in the first place.

“But why don’t I believe in golf training aids?”…

Let me explain. I have reviewed over 100 golf training aids. I know which ones have value and which ones are garbage.

However, I have never been a big fan of using these golf aids to improve your game. These products all have great sales pages promising miracle improvements in your golf swing. New golfers see “improves all aspects of your swing”, and think “wow! ALL aspects of my swing huh, here’s my credit card info.”

Then the same golfers who bought the training aids realize that a list of instructions with some fancy golf gizmo means nothing on it’s own – only after wasting their cash on the training aids…and then the next hot golf training aid comes out and the cycle repeats itself…

Great for the guys who sell them, pretty crappy for the poor new golfer who bought it.

So you can imagine my thoughts when my friend called me recommending the Medicus Driver . As I said earlier, it is only because he normally is spot-on that I even clicked anyway.

When I went to website, I was actually pretty impressed with the sales copy, and even more impressed with some of the features that this appears to have – eliminate slices and hooks and hit longer, more accurate shots time after time, pretty impressive…

But, again, I have to be honest with you…

At this point I’m thinking to myself, “nice sales copy, lots of features, this will sell well…but again, it just isn’t going to be too practical …so forget it”.

And that was that…I left the site. But then my friend emails me and tells me his slice has all but gone away and his drives have increased by 40 yards. He said I needed to drop whatever I was doing and get this. So I half-heartedly purchased this training aid.

I swung the Medicus Driver for about 30 minutes in my backyard then headed off to the range.

Does it work?

Read on…

===> Is this training aid the best way to improve consistency and control?

===> Can it work for golfers of all levels?

===> And does it allow you to develop muscle memory so you develop a perfect and repeating swing?

The thing I really liked about the Medicus Driver is you can hit balls with it, even with the 460cc head.

It took me a few swings as I had some obvious flaws in my golf swing I had no idea were there.

Once I got the hang of hitting balls (after about 20 minutes), my swing was no less than amazing!

I suddenly realized before I had been rushing my take away, now I’m giving my golf swing the time to develop into a powerful and repeatable swing!

Even my 13 year old daughter was hitting balls with it in no time and she’s a beginner golfer!

Well, I became a true believer in the Medicus Driver and now keep it in my bag!

John Lynch is owner of No. 1 Golf Book Reviews and has reviewed hundreds of golf swing aid products. To learn more about the Medicus Dual Hinge Driver, John recommends you visit ===> Medicus.com

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