DR. MEL'S MESSAGE - From my novels to my other projects, no telling what you will read. This is the only place you will get to read about how I developed a screenplay into a novel and what is the driving force. I will talk about many things from films to books to acting to producing. It really will depend on where my mind takes me. I hope you will join me on this journey.
Instead, it's a combination of scientific phenomena that gets you better, faster.
Former professional volleyball player and full-time construction worker turned pro golfer Jasmin Cull takes you through 54 amazing golf secrets that helped him go from a complete newbie to a professional golfer in just 3 years… starting at the age of 38.
And can change your golf almost overnight.
Unlike most professional golfers who start the game at a young age, Cull didn’t have the luxury (or the money) to play full-time or get the coaching most younger players do. Instead, he had to find a way to get good and get good fast.
After overcoming the same mistakes, everyone makes at first - hooking and slicing, three-putting, being consistent one day, and throwing it all to the wind the next - he figured out a different way.
That’s where the idea for The Small Book of Million Dollar Golf Tips was born.
Inside you’ll discover the little-known yet critical golf tips almost no one will tell you about.
Like the “Random Practice” theory.
Ever heard of it? Most people haven't.
It can help you improve your game twice as fast as everyone else, harnessing a unique phenomenon in how our brain works.
Or the “Lifesaving Back Pain Cheat” that allows you to take a full swing even if your back is tweaked or it’s so tight you haven’t taken a full swing in years.
And the “No Lesson Needed” self assessment trick to diagnose and fix your swing no matter how crazy it’s acting on the course.
Jasmin Cull's story is anything but traditional.
He's a former professional volleyball player who in 2020 when Covid hit, came home from where he was playing in Germany and announced he was going to be a professional golfer. He was 36. With no backing, no sponsors, and no idea how to achieve his dream of playing on the PGA Tour, he took his $100 set of clubs and started practicing.
Less than two years later, he was sitting in 5th place, day 1 of an event for the Toronto Player's Tour. His first book, "The Small Book of Million Dollar Golf Tips," is a look inside his journey so far and how you can copy his success no matter what age you are starting. As a man well-traveled, one of Jasmin's favorite things outside of golf is food: He loves good food like a Racoon loves good garbage. Some of his favorites include Pho, Ceviche, chocolate, wings, and out-of-the-box sandwiches.
You can find him eating at a Peruvian Restaurant near you.