by Ed Orendi

The ability to drive the golf ball 350 yards is for some a God given talent. However for those of us less blessed we must rely on training and technique. The proto-typical long driver stands 6 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 240 pounds and looks as if he should be playing tight end for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ed Orendi will teach you his fundamental principals of training and the technique of imparting “Controlled Violence” to the golf ball. During the past decade I have competed against Ed on the World Long Drivers Tour and can attest to his ability to maximize his size and strength in his longdriving prowess. Most of us are not proto-typical tight ends but by utilizing Ed Orendi’s training methods and techniques we can maximize our own physical potentials. At 5 feet 10 inches tall and 195 pounds, Ed has propelled the golf ball 400 yards in competition. Follow Ed Orendi’s excellent instruction and we will see you on the world’s longdrivers tour.

Dick “The Cruncher” Rodgers
1999 & 2000 World Long Drive Finals Championship Senior Qualifier

Ed Orendi combines years of experience, technical knowledge related to the biomechanics of the golf swing, and a desire to help golfers achieve their personal distance potential. Ed adds a valuable resource to the golf literature that will help golfers of all ages swing for their personal best.

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