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See Sensei Mark Anthony's article "Golf is Aikido"



Tao of Golf method is a swing training system that combines the physics of the swing and the human body, with training concepts used in the martial arts for centuries.  Learn key exercises you can practice at home to improve your swing, correct flaws, and make your swing smooth and effortless. 

You can save hundreds of dollars spent on golf lessons with these simple exercises and techniques!  Everyone from beginner to advanced golfers can benefit from these techniques.

GUARANTEED to teach you great techniques - or your money back.

  • The technique the Pros use for more power and distance with less effort. Instantly!
  • Identify and eliminate your swing flaws in minutes
  • Learn the secret to pinpoint accuracy and ball control
  • Un-learn bad habits and rebuild your swing
  • Increase flexibility, strength, health and perfect your swing all in one program
  • Eliminate your slice for good
  • Learn the feeling of a proper swing in 3 minutes a day
  • Confidence on every shot
  • Learn the proper fundamentals that will last a lifetime
Tao of Golf 

It's no big secret. The golf swing base movement is a very easy-to-master movement. Using his 20 years experience in the martial arts as a model, Sensei Marc Anthony has broken down the golf swing into three easy-to-master movements that train your body to swing the club properly in a matter of minutes! This system gives you the proper fundamentals that will last a lifetime. Never again will you need a tune-up lesson. You'll always have your lesson right in your golf bag and on your TV. 

Another benefit of this program is that you can use the information in the tape for a head start on fundamentals for a lesson with your local teaching professional. Any pro will tell you that good fundamentals are the key to a lifetime of better golf. If you don't know the fundamentals, you are taking a chance every time you swing.

Tao of Golf® is so simple that once you do it, you will be able to teach it to anyone you like. You'll know what works and will be able to apply it the very first day. You'll not have to learn any kenesiology or spend years studying the laws of physics. The easiest way to learn a movement skill is to teach the body the feeling of the movement in a stress-free environment while keeping it simple and fun. Tao of Golf® does this for you in minutes! 

For a modest investment of $29.95, you can be on your way to good, solid swing fundamentals that will last a lifetime. Right now you can end the destructive, frustrating downward spiral of overcompensation and experimentation and get your golf swing on the path to good fundamentals and proper swing mechanics that all of the pro's use! Tao of Golf® is guaranteed to give you the correct base movement fundamentals of a golf swing in the opening minutes! 

Certified Testimonials

"A lot of GOOD information. Three Stars!" 
Golf Magazine Review, April 2000. 

"Tao of Golf should be THE training aid for the PGA!"
Mike Shar. Golf Champion, Boca Raton FL

"Tao of Golf by Sensei Mark Anthony is an outstanding instructional video on how to swing a golf club correctly and practice to improve. Anyone who has mastered a Martial Art knows all about patience, perfecting physical movements to the best of one's ability, and success. He has taken these elements and incorporated them into his golf game and into his teaching methods. Some of the things I liked best were the "2 Club Kata", the "No Peeks Kata" and the "Handcuff Kata". These lessons, and many others, can easily help any level of golfer shoot lower scores and start enjoying the game more. I give this video my highest recommendation. It is a great investment in the future of your golf game."
Ken Black President, golfrevelations.com 

"This is the best golf video that I have ever seen. It provides you with a number of exercises that WILL easily and automatically improve your golf swing. I HIGHLY recommend it!" 
Patrick Forst, Doylestown, PA USA

From the Author

How I added 100 yards to my drive and took 40 strokes off my game in one season!
Sensei Mark Anthony

I started playing golf in 1989 and in a short amount of time developed a passion for the game that has never died. The only problem was, I couldn't figure out how to hit the ball straight. I had the worst banana slice that you had ever seen. I hit my driver only 150 yards and my 150 club was a five wood! My scores averaged around the high side of 120 no matter how hard I tried or how hard I swung. I simply couldn't figure it out.

One day in the spring of 1992, someone showed me the proper grip, set up and how to move my body properly with only two simple drills. I couldn't believe my eyes! The slice that had been a source of endless frustration and heartache had vanished into thin air in a matter of minutes! That's right! I was now hitting a seven iron as far as I used to hit a driver. And I was hitting a consistent draw on top of that! I thought it was too good to be true and my good fortune would never last. But to my surprise, the very next day, I was hitting the ball just as well as the day before. I was swinging with less effort and strain and hitting a seven iron as far as I used to hit a driver! Within a week I was hitting a driver 250 yards with pinpoint accuracy! 

That same season, I took a part time job at a driving range and hit 1000 balls a day for that whole summer. In September of that same season, I broke 80 for the first time! Here's where my martial arts training helped me. Immediately, I was able to teach people the same method that helped me got me on track. And over the last eight years, I've been honing and refining this method of golf instruction with friends and family.

During all of that practice, I had learned a lot of things though trial and error such as, how to avoid injury, what not to do during practice and when to call it a day. One day during a Tai Chi lesson with my sensei, the thought struck me that the principles that are used for effortless power in martial arts, are the same ones used in golf! Train in the proper mechanics with someone who can keep easy to understand and just relax and move. Your body will remember how to move properly if you let your trained body do it.

About the Author
Mark Anthony Montaquila is a twelve-year veteran and Certified Defensive Tactics Instructor in The Massachusetts Department of Correction and holds 2 internationally certified black belts and Sanctioned Sensei Title in Kokon Ryu Aikido and Aiki-Jitsu with over 21 years in martial arts. He's been a student and instructor in Rick LeClair's School of Self-Defense since 1980. On April 20, 2002 Mark was elected as the Massachusetts State Representative of The Kokon Ryu Bujutsu Renmei International Martial Arts Organization. 

He's a certified instructor in the Burdine Aikido System for Law Enforcement Control and a member of the Kokon Ryu Bujutsu Renmei, The World Martial Arts Hall of Fame and International Society of Headfounders, Headfamilies. 

In addition to his Eastern martial arts studies, he's a former trainer of fighters AND fighting member of the world famous Massachusetts State Police Boxing Team. In fact, one of his trainees went on to be the First Licensed Female Professional Prize Fighter in Massachusetts' history.

He's taught his Combat Control system to hundreds of his co-workers and other law enforcement professionals around New England. He's also developing an on-line, three-course defensive tactics curriculum for a Quincy, MA-based website www.corrections.com that will be offered to over 120,000 subscribing members and Departments of Correction throughout the nation.

His martial arts studies also include: Kindai Inazuma Ryu Tai-Jitsu, Kumiuchi Ryu Jiu-Jitsu, Shaolin Kempo-Karate, Tai-Chi Chuan, Judo, Western Boxing, Yoga and Wing Chun Kung Fu.

Mark is also a prolific writer and publisher of articles for websites and magazines in the areas of not only self-defense but also Golf Instruction. His best-selling instructional video, Tao of Golf has been featured in Golf Magazine, Aikido Today Magazine, PubLinks Golfer Magazine and numerous websites. He's written two books on golf called: Tao of Golf and Body Golf: How to Take 40 Strokes off Your Game Without an Eraser and has recently signed an endorsement deal with Tustin California Golf Equipment Manufacturer, Trinity Golf Inc. 

He is now working on making two additional videos in the Tao of Golf series and five videos for the Body Golf book as well as the Combat Control Volumes II and III, which are in preproduction and will be released later this year. 

He's hosted his own weekly TV show called The Golf Zone on WNDS TV in New Hampshire. He's written numerous product reviews on golf, fitness, and martial arts products for many publications and websites. 

Mark lives with his wife and two sons and teaches Kokon-Ryu Aikido and Aiki-Jitsu at Rick LeClair's School of Self-Defense in Leominster MA.

Dear Mark; 
I wanted to drop a note of thanks to for the great golf lesson. Let me tell you a little story about what happened to me on the driving range last week. I was practicing at the range that I go to all of the time while a professional lesson was going on next to me. The student was having a hard time understanding the concept of being relaxed while swinging and I overheard the pro say, "See that guy over there? Watch him swing, that's what you want to do." Because we were the only people on the range that afternoon, I knew he was talking about me. When the lesson was over, the pro approached me and complimented my smooth, effortless swing. I was very flattered to say the least! Then he asked me how long I've been playing. I told him to guess just to have a little fun with him. He figured by watching my swing, that I'd been playing golf for 10 years or more. That's when I dropped the bomb on him. I told him that it was my FIRST year playing. You should've seen the look on his face. It was priceless. Here was this pro busting his butt trying to teach the golf swing to hackers with very little results, and along comes a guy like me hitting the ball like a veteran inside a year. He asked me where I learned to swing like I can and I told him of course. He was shocked. He was a good sport, shook my hand, told me to keep up the good work and that was the last I saw of him. But this year I hope to break 90 and I'm confident that I will. 
Thanks for the shortcut!

Steve P. Templeton, MA. 

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