Tathata Golf Launches YouTube Channel

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Tathata, A Golf Instruction and Education Company, has launched a new YouTube channel featuring previews of the newly introduced 60-Day In-Home Golf Training Program, The Tathata Golf 60-Day Program.

“Tathata Golf on YouTube provides a window into The Tathata Golf 60-Day Program and how it works,” said Bryan Hepler, Developer and Founder of Tathata Golf. “It’s a great next step in the development of the Tathata Golf brand, allowing golfers worldwide a chance to preview our unique in-home learning system before they purchase the complete program.”

Additional content includes discussions about the Tathata Golf 60-Day Program with former Tour Professionals and Golf Analysts, Gary McCord and Brandel Chamblee and Bryan Hepler. Promotional videos about Tathata Golf are also featured. The Tathata Golf YouTube page can be found at Tathata Golf.

“Gary and Brandel are both unpaid spokespeople who completely believe in the Tathata Golf training and we are thrilled to be able to feature them in some of our videos,” added Hepler. “Both Gary and Brandel have trained extensively with us at our facility in Scottsdale, AZ and they are able to communicate their passion for the Tathata Golf 60-Day Program via their videos on our YouTube channel.”

Tathata recently launched the world’s first 60-Day In-Home Golf Training Program, The Tathata Golf 60-Day Program. The culmination of 30 years of training, and 5 years of testing, the Tathata 60-Day Program is designed to help players learn and improve at a rapid pace using a unique in-home learning system on their TV, desktop or mobile device. The program offers users a way to learn all of the intricacies of each part of the game in a simple new way over the course of 60 days. Golfers easily progress through a strategically built path of learning to understand and build the movements of the world’s greatest players and athletes combined with timeless teachings from the ancient world of martial arts, teaching students how to build, store and move energy within the body, hands and arms.

During the 60-Day Training Program, golfers will learn over 140 incredibly detailed but easy to perform movements through 15 different movement routines to build their full swing, short game and putting motions. The movements and routines are strategically introduced at different points throughout the program, leading students to being able to control a variety of speeds, shapes and trajectories with each club in their bag. These movement routines introduce golfers to a completely new way to train and improve within the game of golf without needing to hit a golf ball or even go to the course, allowing full swing, short game and putting motions to all rapidly improve at a speed rarely seen in the game of golf but common to martial arts and other sports.

Throughout the program golfers will also be introduced to movements of the world’s greatest major champions and greatest athletes of all-time and how their movements relate directly to the movements they are learning and performing. At the end of many of the movement routines golfers will be exposed to a very unique form of mental training. These mental training exercises are completely new and unique to modern sports psychology and will shift many people’s beliefs of what they commonly thought they understood about meditation.

For further details about Tathata Golf and the 60-Day In-home Training Program log on to www.tathatagolf.com.

About Tathata:

Founded by Bryan Hepler of Hepler Golf LLC, Tathata is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Since 2010, the company has been strategically developing the Tathata brand, products, facility and logistics to offer a unique and innovative Mind, Body, Swing and Life line of products. The company has unprecedented support and strength from individuals and organizations in the game of golf. The overall mission of Tathata is to help golfers and instructors everywhere become their greatness through unique practices designed to build strength within their golf game as well as their total life.

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