Video 1: The Golf Myths Report


Now that you are armed with The Myth Report, you are now equipped to combat the golf industry lies that are carefully engineered to keep you from success. As an extra bonus... I've put together this 10 minute video covering the some of the myths. Watch this now to get extra insight and tips to dramatically improve your game. Hope you enjoy. Simply click on the link below to get instant access to your free copy of The Myth Report

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  • Dick Jones

    Reply Reply May 1, 2011

    Darrell Klassen —

    Sent you an e*Mail but I left off my question.

    I spent a lot of time with my short game. Chop swing was new to me. Don’t understand the grip to take necessary to have a Chop swing.

    Thank you.

    Dick Jones

  • Dick Jones

    Reply Reply May 1, 2011

    Darrell Klasen —

    Am 73 years old. My Dad got me started playing Golf 50+ years ago. Dad was the best bowler I have ever seen, Golf no so much, but we had many enjoyable rounds

    Starting out I became an avid reader of instructional material and pratice At one point about 12 years ago it all came together and I started scoring in the low to mid 80’s. Whenever I steped on the course I was in the zone and very confident. Then 10 years ago I had a mini-stroke — goodbye zone and my confidence went with it. I have searching for it ever since wihtout much success.

    Have been watching your Videos and reading your material. Your “Hoaxes” almost seem to be a sacrilege compared to the contemporary teaching material. I am a graduate Physics/Math Major so what you describe makes perfect sense to me. The most impressive point is watching your controlled and relaxed swing tenpo. I took your words and pictures to my pratice range and put all those swing hoaxes out of my mind. For the first time in 10+ yrars I was relaxed, had great tempo, and made solid contact.

    I feel finding my zone again is now possible — Thank you so much.

    Dick Jones

  • Jon Panos

    Reply Reply April 17, 2011

    Hello Darrell,

    Have not received my video order as yet but went out and played after checking only what you have available on the web. Haven’t hit the ball so well for a long time and am convinced that I can get back to a handicap around 14, a handicap I maintained for years. I’m 74 and very excited about golf again. Can’t wait for my order to arrive.

    Thanks and regards,


  • George Kagawa

    Reply Reply April 13, 2011


    I read your ebook a few days ago and have been attempting to follow your instructions on chipping and pitching, using the driving range as my classroom. Yesterday was the first day, and today was the second day. I had to make several major adjustments (things I had been doing for years that are not consistent with your instructions). First, I used to keep my left knee flexed, not straight, on the downswing and follow-through. Second, I kept the club going down the target line rather than perpendicular to my belly, so I tended to end up right of where I wanted the ball to go, about 10 yards on a 50-to-100-yard shot.Third, I did not “clear” my left hip and tended to keep it parallel to the target line, which, among other things, probably tensed up my forearms and slowed down my club-head speed. Ironically, someone on the driving range has been teaching me the same chopping-wood motion, so that part I was already following.

    In the two days since attempting to follow your method, without benefit of even seeing your first webinar, my shots are going straighter and longer, with crisper and cleaner contact. I’d say about three out of four are going within 3 yards of where I’m aiming on shots from 50 to 100 yards, and within 10 yards of my shots with my fairway metals, hybrids and driver. I played only 9 holes after my first experience chipping and pitching your way, and shot 5 over with 14 putts. Previously, I’d shoot 7 to 11 over par, with about 17 putts. I have no official handicap, but I know I’m making better shots now, thanks to your method. Am looking forward to my first webinar Thursday.

    Aloha from Oahu, George

  • harry walmsley

    Reply Reply April 12, 2011

    I started my golf in the 50’s with some wooden shafted clubs given by a friend. My hobby is magic and I practice every trick I learn until I can do it well. This attitude has extended to my golf lessons. You name the book and I can quote practically every instruction. I am now in my eighties and have played many games but the best I have ever achieved was a handicap of 15. today I watched you video on wedge shots. After a few pracices shots in the garden I was absolutely astounded at my improvement!!! Your advice was magic. I rushed down to the practice range and used a large basket of balls. My body aches, I have a trapped nerve in my spine but I continued through the pain barrier. I have enrolled for your next session and still can’t believe the results of first tries using your unbelievable method! Almost every shot I played was brilliant. Please tell me I am not dreaming.

  • Csaba

    Reply Reply April 12, 2011

    I am from Hungary and thus taking part in webinars would be a bit difficult. Therefore, I would prefer to purchase a DVD of your training program, or a chance to download the whole thing. If I am trying to get access to your web page, sometimes it is much to slow.
    Looking forward to the DVD version, and best regards / Csaba

  • Bob Dart

    Reply Reply April 8, 2011

    I would like to sign up for your course but iI do not put credit card info over the web. Is their a phone number I could use to sign up and give the required info? Thank you , B. Dart

    • DK Golf

      Reply Reply April 9, 2011

      Sure Bob,
      Customer Service phone is: 559-302-9020

      Look forward to hearing from you.

  • Leigh

    Reply Reply March 30, 2011

    I am interested to see and hear more from you, especially on how to spin the ball.
    I can hit reasonable straight with the occassional hook or slice but would really like to learn how to control the flight of the ball, especially to draw in a controlled manner.

  • Frank Ellis

    Reply Reply March 29, 2011

    I agree with your comments and have been using your tuition for the past 2 years,I must add, very successfully, with my handicap and general play imroving significantly.The question I have now is to do with the ‘posting up’ on the front leg when following through. I feel as though I do not do it firmly enough and lose distance as a consequence. Would you please give me a few minutes and clarify that area for me. Thanks.

  • Bob Holloway

    Reply Reply January 14, 2011

    Played for years in the 80’s but can’t seem to break 90 anymore now that I’m older (65). I need some help to get my shots to fall in the same place more often. Your thoughts?

  • Julius Juliusson

    Reply Reply December 11, 2010

    Hi Darrel this pærogram is so interested for me and i am going to be traveling from to day in 15 days. Can i be in this program even though, can i do it after new year?
    Best regards

  • Andre

    Reply Reply December 1, 2010

    It’s funny I came across your website as I was contemplating a winter of lessons to figure out why I did not improve on my 16 handicap for the second year in a row. Still got a lot of fives and sixes on my scorecard and every round has one blow up hole.
    Should I just call you and do a phone lesson instead? Don’t want to spend a lot of money to get the same results for 2011. I am willing to give you the benefit of the doubt cause you come across as legitmate.
    And what thoughts do you have on clubs? I am ready to purchase a new set of irons and been looking at TM 2.0 Burners. How should I go about buying a new set that actually works for me? What should I look for?
    I also have been contemplating becoming a certified Instructor cause I want to balance my professional life with Golf and develop a clientele. What do you require to certify someone? I live in Seattle. Is there anyone up here that you work with?

  • Jay Robertson

    Reply Reply November 30, 2010

    I have been a member of the Inner Circle in Australia and I fully agree and indorse all the comments you make. I have also joined your Never Fail Golf and can,t wait to fine tune all the points of your DVD Swing Free. I have just purchased a set of Ping K15 clubs with the yellow dot for the more upright lie angle to take full advantage of the more upright stance. I was able to play to my handicap 36 stableford points using the new clubs for the first time. I would have no hesitation in recommending Darrell’s method of teaching

  • Notlaw

    Reply Reply November 24, 2010

    I have been playing golf since I was 10. I am now 61 and still trying to Break 90. I am guilty about spending time at the practice facilities. I have also played, got married, played, had kids, got divorced, played, got married, had more kids, played ,and still playing (Wife also) I will retire soon. This sounds very interesting..

  • seelain long

    Reply Reply November 23, 2010

    can i do the chipping with my left arm ctraight througout so that i eliminate any chunking if elbow or wrist ‘softens?’

  • martin abrahams

    Reply Reply November 5, 2010

    Is there a power point with chip shots.
    Also looking for my short game vidio.
    Also do you send comfirmation when you bill me for the inner circle news letter & vidio. thanks martin P.S. Getting more consistent

  • nooroa pakitoa

    Reply Reply October 25, 2010

    Darrell your golf myths report is great and makes have given me the best golf made it so simple to understand your instructions. thank you….

  • Jerry

    Reply Reply October 11, 2010


    Forty some years ago, I had never played golf when my father-in-law took me to a driving range and had me hit a 3 wood. I was always a pretty good athlete, an all-league baseplayer who lead my team in hitting. I amazed him when I hit ball after ball with a persimmon 3 wood about 200 yards with a slight draw. He then started to give me lessons and so-called golf tips and screwed me up for years on end until I came across your website. I have gone back to just trying to hit the ball with my natural swing and am enjoying golf more. I still have to fight reverting back to some of the “Myths”, ie., straight left arm, head over the ball, etc. It is the same with putting. I am using the KISS method, keep it simple stupid. Line it up and roll it. I would have been better off all of these years had my father-in-law left me alone and let me just hit the golf ball. I ended up with analysis by paralysis for many years. Thanks for giving me permission to take the golf club back and not worry about where the club is on my backswing, and then turn back and hit the ground under the ball. Simple!


  • Norm Licciardi

    Reply Reply October 8, 2010

    Hi Darrell, I read both your Myths and Tee shot reports with interest. I tried your suggestion to go down with the back foot rather than slide toward the target, and I find myself hitting the ball fat. I am also interested in your thoughts about hitting through the ball to maximize speed by swinging to the socker ball. I’m trying this and getting less distance and hitting the ball to the right with a slight fade. Can you help me?

  • Ray Wilson

    Reply Reply October 8, 2010

    Darrell, I know you don’t like to be known as a “Whistle Blower”, but I am so glad that I have found the answer to my prayers in your teachings. Golf is so much more fun now. Golf used to be frustrating with all the crap we are subjected to in golf magazines and on the Golf Channel. If I want comic relief, I’ll watch the instruction on the Golf Channel, because all the time they will say one thing in 1 sentence. Then in the very next sentence or 2, they contradict everything they said in the previous sentence(s). I now just laugh at how pathetic these guys look, and when I have had enough; which is about 3-5 minutes. I turn the TV on to something else, because everything they are teaching is garbage. Darrell, you are a no nonsense; no BS kind of teacher. I am so happy that I have found you and your teachings! I am getting better every time I tee up the golf ball. I hope you blow the whistle on all these teachers, who do nothing but screw up the average golfer. You get to the root of the problem, where others just give a band-aid and just milk you out of your hard earned money; as well as filling there own pockets. Great work as always Darrell.

  • Peter Mazurek

    Reply Reply October 7, 2010

    Your report makes sense and I agree with it. To learn golf we must have an accurate and comprehensible knowledge of the basics that is simple enough to be applied. Keep up the good work.

  • Dave D

    Reply Reply October 6, 2010

    Darell makes it so easy.
    It is true.
    I have been in the inner circle and still watch the videos that I purchased.
    His methods are natural so put your ears on and listen…..

  • Robert Butler Perth West Australia

    Reply Reply October 6, 2010

    Hi Darrell, I like your appraoch to the game – it’s played for enjoyment. Let’s not get too uptight. I’m having some trouble getting the hammering motion to transmit to my swing but I’m working on it. I’m a firm believer that the golf you play is dependant on your body and mind “dynamics”, (for want of a better word), on the day, and they determine your confidence, which determines the approach to, execution and success of your shot. The more you have fun practicing, the more confidence you have playing shots on the course.

  • Jay Robertson

    Reply Reply October 5, 2010

    The Video Swing Free shows it all.Unclutter all that crap thats in your and just let it happen. I have been a member of Darrell’s inner circle in Australia.Darrell makes simple sense of it all by using natural body movements in the golf swing.I now what to do to have a repeating golf swing.

  • Mike Cox

    Reply Reply October 5, 2010

    Have I been robbed by Don and CJ ? I’ve been trying to improve my game and can’t seem to do it. I’ll try just about anything. If you can help me Darrell, I’ll ask for my money back and send it to you. I’ll keep in touch. Mike

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