PGA Teacher of the Year Rick Bradshaw Releases Instructional DVD

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EGolfSwing.com proudly announced today the release of "The Centrifugal Golf Swing," a revolutionary golf training DVD, featuring famed teaching professional Rick Bradshaw.

EGolfSwing.com proudly announced today the release of "The Centrifugal Golf Swing," a revolutionary golf training DVD, featuring famed teaching professional Rick Bradshaw. Teaming with celebrated PGA golfer Jim Dent, Bradshaw unveils secrets of the sport, creating buzz that's set it apart from ordinary golf training videos.

Both men have lend their extensive golf expertise to the instructional DVD. Bradshaw boasts 25 years of experience and has taught more than 100,000 golf lessons. He recently received further recognition when he was named 2004 PGA Teacher of the Year, North Florida Section. Dent also is a veteran PGA Tour professional and 12-time Champions Tour winner, boasting over 30 years of experience, six driving distance titles, and over nine million dollars in earnings. Bradshaw and Dent further collaborated in 1993, founding the Jim Dent-Rick Bradshaw School of Golf.

"Jim Dent and Rick Bradshaw deliver a very important concept in a very clear way," raved Jim Karvellas, host of the nationally syndicated television show, "Golf Inside Out." "It's helped my game a lot!"

The 2-hour DVD focuses on power created by a centripetal center force, resulting in constant centrifugal swinging of the clubhead. The resulting swing eliminates steering, guiding, or chopping at the ball for a more effective stroke. The video illustrates these principles throughout 12 chapters, progressively building the perfect swing. Bradshaw demonstrates this technique with drives over 300 yards with only one hand on the golf club.

Bradshaw's highly successful teaching style has also gained national attention in the golf world, mentioned in Golf Digest magazine's April 2005 issue. The magazine named Lance Byars, one of Bradshaw's students, Most Improved Golfer in the Nation 2004-2005. Byars displayed more improvement than any other player among clubs tracking handicaps nationwide. The 16-year-old went from a 24.0 handicap in mid-2003 to a 3.0 handicap in 2005 by using Bradshaw's techniques, golfing at Hunter's Green Country Club in Tampa.

The instructional content emphasizes physics, teaching viewers to create greater swing velocity and control. The DVD emphasizes use of position and force for leverage and power generation, focusing on the one plane golf swing, which keeps the arm and shoulder on a single plane throughout the swing, The golfer releases energy out to the clubhead via the reactive upper body, arms and hands for greater accuracy and distance. Notable tour players swinging with these techniques include world-class golfers Vijay Singh, Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, and Tim Petrovic, one of Bradshaw's own students.

John Baker, television producer and co-founder of CNN, shares his experience with the DVD. “The best golf instructional video I’ve ever watched," Baker explains. "I was lucky enough to take a personal lesson from Rick Bradshaw in Tampa, but when I need a reminder here in Atlanta, I’m only a DVD player away from staying on track.”

In an effort to provide pro golf advice to largest number of players, Bradshaw and Dent's DVD sells for $29.95, available exclusively at http://EGolfSwing.com. Its bonus features include Rick Bradshaw's "Modern Day Tribute to Percy Boomer," an exclusive piece focusing on the techniques of Boomer, a legendary golf teacher. Other bonus features include "Secrets to Delivering Power," "Achieving Perfect Balance," "Performance Training," and "Defining the Short Game." Special appearances feature physical therapist Daniel Goldstein, golf trainer Kathy Vacondios, teaching pro Rob Bradshaw, and 2004 PGA Golf Professional of the Year Jim Slattery.

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