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Feherty: Steve Spurrier sneak peek

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Feherty: Trump on his negative image

Donald Trump talks to David Feherty about how he turns others negative opinions of himself into a positive.

eherty plays true or false on quotes that Steve Spurrier is supposed to have said. Watch Feherty on Golf Channel.


The Social: Rory goes the truth route


Jason Crook

January 17, 2017, 2:15 pm










Welcome to the first edition of The Social, where we break down what’s happening on (but mostly) off the golf course. Because, despite a million reasons not to, we live in an era where people love putting their private lives on the Internet for our consumption. Lucky us.

Rory McIlroy is not afraid to speak his mind. And for that, we are thankful.

The latest example came courtesy an interview with the Irish Independent, in which McIlroy spoke about his personal happiness.

McIlroy is now engaged to Erica Stoll. He used to be engaged to tennis star Caroline Wozniacki. Here are some of his comments regarding his current relationship, courtesy the paper:


“I found it refreshing being with someone who was living a normal life rather than, ‘Oh! My jet is 30 minutes late!’”


“I love that she knows everything about me, and there was no judgment there.”


“I don’t feel Erica wants to change me in any way. I can be myself around her; there’s no b---s---, no acting, no show.”


Talk about scorched earth. And Rory went the truth route. Bold. You never go the truth route. Might want to sleep with both eyes open for a while, dude, I’m sure your ex-fiancee will just take this in stride and not respond at all. That’s her thing.




Really, DJ? Really? It's not enough to be a U.S. Open champion, you have to be the world's greatest fiance too? You have, in fact, put a ring on it. You can stop wooing Paulina anytime now. She's been wooed. Give it a rest, man. You're making the rest of us with significant others begging them to participate in impromptu music videos look bad.

While Justin Thomas was too busy winning, Jordan Spieth and Smylie Kaufman went fishing just off the coast of Waialae Country Club, and, well, I think we figured out why they played so much golf on #SB2K16. The duo was so inspired by Kaufman’s first cast from the beach, which came closer to hooking his buddy than it did to landing in the Pacific Ocean, that they decided to take a kayak out on the water and ... they promptly flipped it.

They say a bad day of fishing is better than a good day at work. I don't know who they are but I'm guessing they never met these two.



Justin Thomas thought he was upset about a football game … we beg to differ. This totally rational Cowboys fan put on a clinic about what it looks like to be upset over a football game after his team lost on a last-second field goal to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

We've edited the video so you could enjoy this at work if you want to. (If you're at home or trying to get fired, you can view the full video here.) The man uses some pretty unsavory language one would expect to hear when watching someone destroy a 70-inch flatscreen.

While he did accomplish his mission, his methods are questionable. Everyone knows the best way to destroy a television is to throw a Dundie Award at it.

About this time every year, SI releases their list of "Most Beautiful Women in Golf," and about this time every year, someone somewhere has issues with it. We're not going to be that someone, somewhere. We're just here to bring you the news. So here, um, is the news:









John Daly showed up to the Diamond Resorts Invitational this week and turns out he's still got it! Sure, he doesn't win golf tournaments anymore, but he can cover "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" like it's nobody's business. Don't believe me? What about now? Or now? Or how about the time he belted it out just four days after he was literally knockin on heaven's door while hospitalized with a collapsed lung?

Keep on keepin' on JD.

This week's prestigious honor goes to (drum roll, please) ... Daney Duperron!

You mad, bruh? You seem pretty mad from your very succinct sentences written in all caps.

Now I can't promise anything, but I have a hunch this Jordan Spieth character is probably just a fluke, so hopefully, for your sake, we can cover something else in the near future.

P.S. Sorry about the not having a face thing.

Article Tags: 

The Social, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Smylie Kaufman, Cheyenne Woods, Dustin Johnson, Paulina 



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JT's 'terrible' week has happy ending

By Rex Hoggard

'Without a doubt most upset I've ever been in my life.' That's how Justin Thomas' week began, but certainly not the way it ended.

Thomas sets PGA Tour scoring mark

By Al Tays

Justin Thomas closed with a 5-under 65 to complete his domination of the Sony Open and set a PGA Tour 72-hole scoring record.

Spieth's putting tweak works wonders

By Rex Hoggard

Jordan Spieth knew he was playing for second place, a nod to Justin Thomas’ record-breaking week as well as his own putting woes through 54 holes.

After Further Review: Can JT keep it going?

By Rex Hoggard

Two weeks in Hawaii means two wins in a row for Justin Thomas. Can he keep it going? That and more in After Further Review.

Fore Things: Thomas' caddie the secret ingredient

By Rex Hoggard

Everyone wants to know how Justin Thomas dominated the Hawaii swing. Turns out Steve Stricker knows the answer.

After dominant win, Thomas eager for Masters

By Rex Hoggard

Justin Thomas wasn’t shy when asked how his fourth Tour victory would impact his future play. “I'm so, so excited for the Masters," he said. "I love that course.”

By the numbers: Thomas' record-setting season

By Golf Channel Digital

Justin Thomas is obviously the hottest player on Tour so far this season. Here's exactly how hot he is.


Thomas wins Sony with PGA Tour-record score


Al Tays

January 15, 2017, 10:31 pm










Justin Thomas closed with a 5-under 65 to complete his domination of the Sony Open in Hawaii. Thomas finished seven shots ahead of runner-up Justin Rose and broke the PGA Tour's all-time low score record for 72 holes, coming in at 253. Here's how things went down at Waialea Country Club in Honolulu.

Leaderboard: Thomas (-27), Justin Rose (-20), Jordan Spieth (-19), Kevin Kisner (-18), Jamie Lovemark (-18)

What it means: In winning for the second week in a row, Thomas erased Tommy Armour III's 72-hole record of 254, set in 2003 in the Valero Texas Open. Thomas not only eagled the par-5 finishing hole to break the record, he did it with a tap-in eagle. Thomas, who opened with a 59, established or tied records for low 36- , 54- and 72-hole scores.

Round of the day: Stop us if you've heard this before, but there was another 59 watch at Waialea. First, Thomas did shoot 59 on Thursday, then Kevin Kisner gave it a go before missing a 9-foot putt at the last and signing for a 60. On Sunday it was Chez Reavie's turn. Starting on the back nine, Reavie sprinted out of the gate, going birdie-birdie, par-par, birdie-birdie. Afer another par, he put us all on full alert with a hole-in-one at the 17th, and topped that off wth a birdie at the 18th for 28. Waialea's first few holes are considered some of its toughest, but he chalked up two more birdies in the first three. That was the end of his magic, though, as he bogeyed No. 6. A birdie at the ninth left him at 61.

Best of the rest: Jordan Spieth, Michael and John Huh all shot 63. End of story.

Biggest disappointment: On Saturday we noted Ryan Brehm shooting a 64 to move up 41 spots. On Sunday he shot a 71 to move down 29 spots. In a tournament n one but Thomas had a chance to win, it's tough to find a "biggest disappointment," but a category is a category.

Shot of the day: Yes, Reavie had a hole-in-one, but we have to give props to Thomas' 1-foot tap-in for eagle on 18 that gave him the 72-hole scoring record.

Quote of the day: "I was realy nervous this morning." - Thomas, who had a seven-shot lead after 54 holes.

Article Tags: 

2017 Sony Open in Hawaii, Justin Thomas


Storm tops McIlroy in playoff to win S. African Open


Golf Channel Digital

Associated Press

January 15, 2017, 9:00 am










JOHANNESBURG - Graeme Storm beat Rory McIlroy on the third playoff hole to win the SA Open on Sunday, earning the Englishman a second European Tour title 80 days after losing his card by 100 euros.

After the 251st-ranked Storm tapped in for a par, McIlroy slid his par putt wide from 7 feet on their fourth visit to the 18th hole at the Glendower Golf Club.

''I'm in shock, this has been a surreal week,'' Storm said. ''To find myself in the position I was in, playing on the final day with the best player in the world right now. It's just a dream come true.''

McIlroy, the world No. 2, started the final round three strokes behind Storm but chased down the overnight leader, moving atop the leaderboard when Storm missed a 3-foot par putt on No. 14. McIlroy relinquished the lead by bogeying No. 17 after taking two shots in a greenside bunker, sending the event to a playoff with both at 18-under 270.

McIlroy shot 4-under 68 and Storm had a 71.

Storm lost his card at the end of last year, only to get a reprieve when American Patrick Reed failed to play enough events to join the tour.

His other title came at the French Open in 2007.

Tour rookie Jordan Smith of England was a shot back in third, ahead of a trio of South African players. Dean Burmester was fourth on 273, one stroke ahead of Thomas Aiken and Trevor Fisher Jr.

On the first playoff hole, Storm sank a close-range putt for par. They went back up the par-4 18th and both players drove into the rough but still managed to make par.

The third time round, McIlroy hit his approach shot short of the green to give Storm the advantage. The Englishman's 45-foot birdie putt just missed, as did McIlory's putt for par minutes later.

Storm played cautiously Sunday, coming up short with many putts on the back nine to allow McIlroy to eat into his lead.

Article Tags: 

Graeme Storm, Rory McIlroy, 2017 BMW South African Open


Golf Central: January 12, 2017














Thomas becomes the youngest player to shoot 59


Ryan Lavner

January 12, 2017, 5:25 pm










Justin Thomas didn’t lose his game on the short flight from Maui to Oahu.

In fact, he only got better.

Four days after winning the SBS Tournament of Champions, Thomas stayed hot Thursday at the Sony Open. He chipped in for eagle on his opening hole, turned in 29 and sank a 15-foot eagle putt on his final hole to become the seventh PGA Tour player to shoot 59.

At 23 years old, he is the youngest ever to break the sub-60 barrier. 

Thomas made eight birdies, two eagles, and a bogey at par-70 Waialae Country Club. He hit eight of 14 fairways, 14 greens and needed just 23 putts.

After the morning wave, Thomas had a five-shot lead. 

It looked like Thomas might come up short of golf’s magic number. He scrambled for par on the eighth hole (his 17th of the day) and then barely missed clearing a fairway bunker on the par-5 ninth. But from a perfect lie, 206 yards away, he stiffed his 5-iron approach to 15 feet. 

"It was the first time I’ve had a putt for 59," Thomas said, "and I was like, well, who knows if this is gonna happen again, so I might as well try to knock it in." 

As the ball curled in toward the cup, he raised his putter and smiled. He pumped his fist and hugged his two playing competitors, Jordan Spieth and Daniel Berger.

“That was really cool to me,” Thomas said, “to do that with two of your best friends and to have them go as crazy as they did was really cool.”

Thomas joined David Duval (1999) as the only players to eagle the final hole and shoot 59.

"He deserved it," Spieth said. "What awesome last five rounds he’s had."

Thomas shot 22 under par last week at Kapalua to win by three shots, his second victory in four starts this season. He's 33 under in his last five rounds.

“I feel confident,” Thomas said. “I have a good calmness out here and I’m very comfortable. Unfortunately, I know all rounds aren’t going to be like today, so I’ve just got to enjoy it while I can.” 




An eagle ... for 59 ... BANG!


Garcia tweets that he's getting married


Grill Room Team

January 6, 2017, 8:08 pm

Sergio Garcia is getting married.RSS

The Spanish star, who will turn 37 on Jan. 9, announced on his Twitter account that he and Angela Akins are getting married "this year."

Akins is a former Golf Channel reporter.

Garcia has won nine times on the PGA Tour and 11 times on the European Tour, and has long been a mainstay on the European Ryder Cup team.

He has had previous high-profile relationships, including former No. 1-ranked tennis player Martina Hingis of Switzerland, Greg Norman’s daughter Morgan Leigh and Katharina Boehm, a former college golfer.


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Monday Scramble: Fast, but not-so-furious


Ryan Lavner

January 9, 2017, 12:00 pm










Justin Thomas takes another step, Tiger Woods fills out his early schedule, Jay Monahan begins Year 1, Jason Day isn't worried about the pace of play and more in this week's edition of the Monday Scramble:

Fair or not, Thomas has spent the past few years obscured by Jordan Spieth’s considerable shadow. The same age, they were fierce junior and college rivals. They’re frequent practice-round partners. You might have even seen that they once vacationed together.

That can’t be an easy spot, being an enormously talented youngster who is constantly playing second fiddle to a good friend who is more famous and, for now, more accomplished.

Thomas doesn’t yet have the résumé to match Spieth – Kapalua was his third Tour title; Spieth has eight – but his own star is beginning to rise. He has a fun personality and is active on social media. He’s expressive on the course. And he’s a world-class talent, with his awesome power and stratospheric iron shots. It helps, too, that there is a chip on his shoulder.

“It drove me a lot,” Thomas said of his peers’ success. “I wasn’t mad, but it was maybe a little frustrating seeing some friends and peers my age do well. Not because I wasn’t cheering for them, but because I feel like I was as good as them.”  

His title defense in Malaysia last fall helped Thomas feel like he belonged. And now he has two titles in the first four starts of the season and is the 12th-ranked player in the world.

Leave it to Spieth – with whom Thomas has been inextricably linked – to sum up what we all saw in paradise: 

“I think it’s potentially floodgates opening.” 


1. Yes, Thomas made a few mistakes down the stretch. A poor tee shot on 9. A poor wedge on 10. A poor approach on 15. But on the verge of frittering away a five-shot lead, he summoned one of the best shots of his young career: a 226-yard missile from a slope so severe that he walked after the shot, a la Gary Player. 

His 8-iron shot on 17 nestled within 3 feet of the cup and the easy birdie gave him a three-shot cushion heading to the last.

“It was definitely the best shot I hit this week,” he said. 

2. If there’s one area of Thomas’ game that needed improvement, it was his driving accuracy. Finding the fairway isn’t as important when you’re blasting 350-yard drives, but Thomas quickly learned that some of his big foul balls were costing him. 

Each of the past two years, he’s been ranked outside the top 135 in driving accuracy. Last year, he was ranked No. 97 in strokes gained off the tee. 

What Thomas showed at Kapalua was not just an ability to pound driver mind-boggling distances; he also displayed something of an off-speed pitch, where he choked down, dialed back and shaped a cut into the fairway. He led the field in 400-yard drives, with two, but he also finished third in strokes gained off the tee.

The driver is the greatest weapon for the game’s top players – reigning Player of the Year Dustin Johnson was No. 1 in driving last season – so it’ll be interesting to see if Thomas can continue this trend with fairways that aren’t as wide as Kapalua’s.  


3. Only one player has beaten Hideki Matsuyama over the past three months: Justin Thomas. 

Matsuyama is 402-0 against every other player since mid-October. 

4. The Japanese star trailed by two shots entering the final round dropped five back at one point but still had a chance to pull even on the par-5 15th.

He had missed only four times inside 10 feet during the first three rounds, but here he failed to convert a 10-footer. On the next hole, and with another chance to tie, he left his 10-footer a few rolls short. 

As great as he’s been of late, his putter let him down Sunday. Overall, he lost more than two shots to the field on the greens in the final round. 

5. Spieth didn’t win the Tournament of Champions in a rout, and that’s probably a good thing. 

Last year, after one of the most remarkable major runs in recent memory, Spieth shot 30 under par at Kapalua and blew away the field. The victory served only to inflate what were already insanely high expectations.

There isn’t nearly as much anticipation this year surrounding Spieth – all eyes, for the time being, are on DJ’s follow-up and Rory McIlroy’s bounce back – so he is in a prime position to rebound.  

“I was happy when the ball touched down and 2017 started,” he said. 

All Spieth did at Kapalua was lead the field in birdies (26) and close with a flawless 65. (Alas, he also made five bogeys, two doubles and a triple during the week.) It still added up to a backdoor top-3 finish – and a lot of momentum as he heads to the Sony Open at Waialae, another course that should fit his game.


6. Wrote more about it here, but we’ll have a much better idea of where Woods is headed on Feb. 26. By that point, he’ll have completed (hopefully) four events in five weeks, an ambitious early-season schedule that will include stops in San Diego, Dubai, Los Angeles and West Palm Beach. 

Woods hadn’t competed in 466 days before his appearance last month at the Hero World Challenge. So was it a surprise that he’d craft such a hectic start to his year? Maybe a little. But it suggests two things: 1.) he's healthy, and 2.) he's determined to fight his way back to relevancy. 

7. Dramatic changes could be coming to the PGA Tour schedule. It seems increasingly likely that, beginning as early as 2019, The Players will return to a March date, the PGA will move from August to May, and the playoffs (which likely will shrink from four events to three) will wrap up on Labor Day weekend before football takes over the sporting calendar. 

This seems like a no-brainer for the Tour – it’d be one huge event each month from March until July, with the postseason during sports-light August – but new commissioner Monahan cautioned that no decisions have been made.

One issue: How the proposed plan would benefit the PGA of America, which would lose its billing as the year's final major and, potentially, some traditional northern venues for agronomical reasons.

8. The new commissioner, but the same old' policy regarding the disclosure of player fines and suspensions. Monahan made clear last week that, like his predecessor, he has no desire to publicly reveal which players have run afoul of the Tour’s regulations. 

“I think our system works,” he said. “I know there is a desire to know everything that’s happened, but our job is we’re family, and if there’s an issue in your family, you deal with it.”

It’s just that every other major sporting league (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, etc.) deals with it differently than the Tour. They understand what Camp Ponte Vedra still does not fully grasp – that public humiliation is a strong deterrent, and that fans, sponsors, and media appreciate full transparency. 


Jason Day

Day must have known this wouldn’t go over well, his plans to slow down his play this year.

Already a deliberate player, Day is essentially challenging the new Tour regime to do something about slow play.

“I’ve got to get back to what makes me good,” he said. “If that means I have to back off five times, then I’m going to back off five times before I have to actually hit the shot.” 

The world No. 1 was right about one thing here: There’s a massive difference between recreational and professional golf.

A casual round at your local country club should not take five hours; but at least it’s more acceptable for those competing for a major, or a $1 million paycheck, to play a course with fast greens and thick rough in five hours. (And besides, slow play doesn’t affect the fans at home anyway – TV coverage windows are the exact same, and the producer can cut to players when they’re ready to hit.)

Should a professional golfer be able to make up his mind and hit a shot in 40 seconds? Yes. Of course. But until the Tour decides to end a 22-year drought and crack down on slow play – with, and only with, a one-stroke penalty – then Day and others will be able to dawdle all they want.  

This week's award winners ... 


Welcome to 2017: Web.com players. Last year ended with a hurricane. The new year practically started with one, as the seaside course in the Bahamas was pounded with 45-mph gusts in the first round. (A course that isn’t built for the wind? In the Bahamas? Oops.) It was carnage – when the first round was suspended because of darkness, 46 players had signed for 80 or worse, with three scores in the 90s.  

2016 is Definitely Over: Davis Love III. Last year was undoubtedly a great year for DL3, who captained a slump-busting Ryder Cup victory and received the call that he’d soon be inducted into the Hall of Fame. But 2017 is already off to a rocky start: Last week, he broke his collarbone while snowboarding and will miss the next three months. 

Random Thought of the Week: Does a colored golf ball really make the game “more fun”?


Maybe Not a Lock for 2020 after all: McIlroy. Seems it wasn’t just Zika that kept the world No. 2 out of the Olympics. The Northern Irishman revealed that he also would have felt “uncomfortable” at the Games having to represent Ireland or Great Britain, knowing that he doesn’t “feel a connection to either flag.” He added that he “resents” the Olympics for forcing him to choose since Northern Ireland does not field a separate team.  

A Not-So-Hot Take: Monahan. Smart move by the Commish, pumping up the game’s biggest star just a week into his new job: “Just so we’re clear, when he’s 75 years old, I’m going to still think he can win on the Tour.” That, of course, would be a record. 

Wedding Bells: Sergio Garcia. Congrats on the upcoming nuptials. If history is any indication, a happy Spaniard usually has good on-course results.

Blown Fantasy Pick of the Week: Bubba Watson. Talk about a rough week in paradise. He was dead last in putting (losing more than six shots to the field on the greens) and below average in both approach shots and scrambling. The only thing that saved him on the par-73 layout was his nuclear driver because he didn’t break 71 and finished in a tie for 25th. Sigh. 

Article Tags: 

Monday Scramble, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods, Jason Day


늙어서도 섹스를 즐길수있는 몸만들기


1) 70세에도 섹스를 즐긴다

인간의 능력은 무한한 것, 그것은 섹스에도 연결된다. 단련하고 개발하기에 따라 인간의 건강과 섹스 능력은 무한하다고 할 만큼 발전된다. 만약 70세를 넘긴 노령의 사람이 매일같이 부부관계를 가질 수 있다면 얼마나 좋을까?
섹스를 즐길 수 있다는 것은 그 만큼 건강하다는 것을 증명해 주고 있는 것이다. 젊은이들을 뺨칠 수 있을 만큼 건강한 비결은 어디로부터 나오는 것일까?
그것은 정말 가능한 일일까? 그러나 실제로 70세의 노인이 젊은이들 못지 않게 날마다 섹스를 즐길 수가 있다. 오히려 마음 먹기에 따라 젊은이들 보다 더욱 멋진 섹스를 즐길 수가 있다고 하니 그 기막힌 비결은 도대체 무엇일까? 여기에 그 몇 가지 비결을 소개해 본다.

2) 당신의 몸은 마음 먹기에 따라 달라진다.(초조감을 없애고 머리로 섹스하라)

인간의 몸은 정신의 지배를 받는다. 이것은 모든 생명체(동물)가 다 마찬가지라고 할 수 있다. 어떻게 하느냐에 따라 모든 것은 달라진다.
생각 하나에 따라 당신의 몸은 강인하게 되기도 하고 나약하게 되기도 한다. 그러므로 우선 마음을 정제할 필요가 있다. 고요한 물은 오히려 더 멀리 흘러가는 법이다. 긴장감을 풀고 머리를 쉬게 하라. 걱정하지 말라. 당신의 두려움을 모두 잊어버려라. 그러면 당신의 몸은 당신의 정신 속에서 새롭게 태어날 것이다. 당신의 몸이 새롭게 태어나면 당신은 당신의 몸을 자유자제로 조정할 수가 있다. 이 기막힌 원리를 섹스에 적용한다면 당신은 한 평생을 젊은이의 몸으로 살아갈
수가 있을 것이다.
몸으로 섹스에 부딪힐려고 하지 말라.
머리로 섹스를 하도록 하라. 어떻게 머리로 섹스를 할 수가 있는가?
적어도 섹스를 하고 있는 동안 만큼은 섹스에 대한 생각을 잊어버려라. 모든 잡념을 털어버리고, 모든 걱정거리를 당신의 머리 밖으로 몰아내어 버려라. 그리고 불가에서 말하는 선의 경지 속으로 들어가거라.
그러면 당신의 남성은 결코 꺼지지 않는 불꽃을 당기게 될 것이다. 이 때 당신은 여자 위에 보다 강력한 남성으로 군림하게 될 것이다.

3) 매일 1킬로씩 걸어라(다리의 강함은 섹스의 척도이다)

날마다 빠지지 않고 걷는 행위야말로 당신의 남성을 보다 강건하게 하는 비결의 하나이다. 다리의 강함은 바로 섹스의 척도를 재는 바로미터이다.
새벽과 저녁 무렵에 각각 5천 미터 이상씩 걷는 행위야말로 당신의 남성을 보다 강력하게 하는 하나의 비결이다. 인간의 신체는 다리와 성기와 밀접한 관계가 있다. 다리의 튼튼함은 곧 성기의 튼튼함을 보장해 준다고 할 수 있다.
다리가 약한 사람이 자신있게 섹스하는 것을 본 적이 있는가? 오래 달릴 수 있는 사람은 부부 사랑도 오래 뛸 수 있다. 당신이 강한 섹스를 즐기고 싶다면 우선 당신의 다리를 강하게 하라. 당신의 다리의 강함은 곧 당신의 성기를 강하게 하여 당신으로 하여금 보다 젊은 섹스를 즐길 수 있도록 할 것이다.

4) 하반신의 기능을 당신 뜻대로 조정하라(머리는 차갑게 발은 뜨겁게 하라)

대체적으로 발은 사람의 성기와 밀접한 관계가 있다. 성기를 따뜻하게 해주는 것은 참으로 중요하다. 성기를 따뜻하게 해주면 발기가 잘 된다. 그러나 머리는 그 반대이다. 따뜻한 곳에 머리를 두게 되면 생각하는 힘이 줄어들게 되어 결과적으로 섹스를 이끌어 가는 힘도 줄어들게 된다.
대중탕에 들어갔을 때에도 항상 따뜻한 물에 하반신을 담갔다가 잠깐씩 찬물로 성기 부위를 급냉시켜줄 필요가 있다. 이 방법은 발기부진이나 조루 현상을 치료해주는 효과가 있다. 머리는 차갑게 두고 발(하반신)은 따뜻하게, 이 점을 꼭 명심하여 하반신의 기능을 당신의 뜻대로 조정할 수 있기 바란다.

5) 조루증을 없애고 자신감을 갖는 비결(잠잘 때에도 귀두부를 노출하라)

당신은 당신에게 주어지는 용기의 상당 부분이 당신의 자신있는 페니스로부터 나온다는 사실을 알고 있는가? 남성은 누구나 다 얽매이기를 싫어한다. 속박받기를 좋아하는 남성이 있다면 그는 이미 남성이 아니다. 자유와 지배욕으로 똘똘 뭉쳐진 것이 바로 남성의 전부라고 해도 과언이 아닐 것이다. 그 만큼 성은 구속받고 답답한 것을 싫어하는 원천성을 지니고 있다. 남성의 심벌인 당신의 페니스도 마찬가지이다.
답답한 것은 금물이다. 꽉 조이는 팬티는 가급적이면 입지 않도록 한다.
그리고 잠을 잘 때에도 항상 귀두부를 밖으로 내어놓고 자도록 한다. 답답한 것으로부터의 해방은 당신의 페니스에게 한결 용기와 자신감을 부여해 줄 것이다. 잠자리에 들 때에는 옷을 모두 벗고 알몸으로 자는 것도 괜찮은 방법이다. 할 수만 있다면 페니스만큼은 이불 밖으로 내어놓고 자도록 하는 것이 좋다.
당신의 페니스에게 자유를 부여해 준다면 당신은 머지 않아 조루증의 불안감으로부터 해방되는 자유를 만끽할 수 있을 것이다.

6) 섹스와 관련된 급소를 기억해 두자(비상시에는 급소의 단추를 눌러라)

막상 섹스를 할 때면 남녀를 막론하고 당황하거나 초조해지기 쉽다. 이것이 바로 남성으로 하여금 자신감을 잃게 하는 덫이다. 처음에는 단련된 자신의 성기를 내세우다가도 어느 순간 갑자기 힘이 빠지는 것을
경험할 수가 있을 것이다. 그때의 심정이란 남성의 입장에서 본다면 차마
말로 표현할 수 없을 정도의 비참함, 바로 그것일 것이다.
성기에 힘이 빠짐과 동시에 남성의 기도 팍 죽어 여성 앞에서 얼굴을 들 수가 없게 되어 버린다. 그러면 이미 그 한판의 게임은 물거품이 되어 버릴 수가 있다. 그러므로 갑자기 당황하여 성기에 힘이 빠지는 유사시를 대비하여 비상대책을 강구하지 않으면 안된다. 이 비상 시기를 지혜롭게 넘기기 위한 장치가 바로
우리 몸에 태어날 때부터 마련된 비상단추이다. 이 비상단추란 다름 아닌 성기(섹스)와 관련이 있는 급소이다. 갑자기 성기에 힘이 빠질 때는 배꼽과 성기와의 사이에 있는 관원이라는 급소를 누른다. 이 관원이라는 급소는 성기의 활동을 보다 활발하게 하는 묘법을 지니고 있다.
갑자기 축 늘어진 성기가 다시 되살아나게 된다. 초조감을 누르고, 당황하는 심신으로부터 자신을 해방 시키면서 맛보는 부부사랑의 즐거움은 가히 인생의 절정이라 할것이다.

7) 섹스전에는 화장실에 가지 말라(소변도 당신의 발기에 한몫을 담당한다)

섹스를 막 시작하려 할 때 소변이 나오는 경우가 종종 있다. 이럴 때에는 어떻게 하는 것이 좋은가?
소변을 보고 올 것 같으면 그 동안의 침실 무드가 깨어질 위험이 있고, 화장실에 가지 않고 그냥 참고 있으려면 섹스 중에 혹시 소변이 쏟아지지 않을까 하는 두려움이 앞서서 도대체 어떻게 해야 좋을지
난감해지는 수가 있다. 과연 이럴 때에는 어떻게 해야 할까?
우선 화장실에 가는 것을 보류한다. 어쩔 수 없이 쏟아져 나오는 급소변이라면 할 수 없이 화장실에 가야 하지만, 그렇지 않고 참을 만하면 그대로 섹스를 진행하도록 한다. 소변을 참게 되면 방광 주위에 있는 성기와 관련이 있는 급소가 자극되어 발기가 잘된다. 그러므로 약간의 소변은 참는 것이 오히려 섹스에 도움을 준다. 만약 당신의 남성이 발기에 자신이 없는 상태라면 일부러 섹스 전에 소변을 참았다가 방광의 입구를 자극시킬 필요가 있다. 소변을 보고 싶은 욕구는 당신의 성기를 보다 자극하여 분노(화나게)하게 한다. 잔뜩 화가 난 당신의 성기는 저돌적이 되어 여성의 숲을 종횡무진으로 무찔러갈 것이다.

8) 섹스할 때마다 사정하지 말라(노년기의 부부사랑은 중절섹스법으로)

젊어서는 섹스를 할 때마다 사정을 하는 것이 거의 원칙처럼 되어 있지만 나이가 들어감에 따라 몸의 건강도 생각하면서 인생을 즐길수 있는 지혜가 필요하다.
노년기에 들어서면서도 계속해서 사정을 하다보면 건강의 악화를 불러일으킬
우려가 있다. 그러므로 섹스를 할 때마다 사정을 하지말고 꾹 참고 여성만을 만족시켜주는 것으로 끝내는 횟수를 늘리도록 한다. 세 번에 두번 꼴로 중절섹스를 한다면 건강을 해치지 않고 노년의 부부사랑을 무난히 즐길 수 있을 것이다. 조루증이 있는 사람은 우선 조루증을 치료하여야 한다.
당황하지 말고 자신감을 가지면서 조루증이 해소되었다고 생각되면 중절섹스를 시도해 본다. 처음에는 잘 안되겠지만 자꾸 연습해보면 이내 마음대로 조절할 수가 있게 된다. 사정을 마음대로 억제하고 조절할 수 있게 되면 당신의 인생은 한결 살맛나게 될 것이다.

9) 목적 달성을 위해 섹스 도사가 되라(발기하지 않는 성기로도 섹스할 수 있다)

무조건 성기가 발기되지 않는다고 해서 섹스를 못한다는 관념은 버려야 한다. 발기되지 않은 성기를 가지고 섹스를 할 수 있어야 참으로 인생을 즐겁게 살 수가 있다. 대개 나이가 들면 성기가 발기되지 않아 고민을 하는 사람들이 많아지고 있다. 그러나 이런 고민은 할 필요가 없다고 본다.
왜냐하면 발기하지 않은 성기를 가지고도 능히 섹스를 즐길 수 있는 '하이테크닉 비법'이 있기 때문이다. 대체로 발기가 안되면 섹스를 할 수 없는 것은 일반적인 동물에 국한된다는 사실을 인지해 주기 바란다.
우리 인간은 일반적인 동물과는 다르다. 머리(두뇌)를 가지고 있다. 그리고 부수적인 손을 가지고 있다. 그래서 발기가 안된 성기를 가지고도 능히 섹스를 할 수가 있는 것이다. 문제는 처음 삽입을 할 때이다.
일단 삽입을 하게 되면 섹스는 가능해지는 것이다.
손과 머리를 이용하여 삽입을 하도록 노력하라. 그러면 당신은 자연스럽게 '하이테크 비법'을 터득할 수 있을 것이다.

10) 자신감을 갖고 인생의 황혼을 항해하자(늙었다는 생각은 금물, 항상 20대라고

생각하자) 인간을 늙게 하는 가장 큰 요인 중의 하나는 삶에 대한 좌절감이라고 한다. 세월이 흐르면 자연히 나이를 먹게 되고 나이를 먹으면 신체적으로 늙는 것은 어찌할 수 없는 자연의 법칙이다. 그러나 젊고 건강하게 살아가느냐 하는 것은 자신이 얼마나 젊었다고 생각하느냐 하는 자신감과도 비례한다.
자기 자신이 항상 20대의 젊음을 소유하고 있다고 생각한다면 실제로 그렇게
느껴질 것이고 몸도 20대처럼 활기있게 움직여질 것이다.
노년기를 건강하고 활기있게 살아가기 위해서는 무엇보다도 젊은 자신감이 충만해야 한다. 할 수 있다는 신념, 해낼 수 있다는 자신감, 이것이야말로 당신의 인생을 보다 아름답고 행복하게 이끌어줄 것이다.
자신감은 섹스에도 정통하게 연결된다. 70세의 사랑, 노년기의 부부사랑은 우선 당신의 자신감으로부터 출발하지 않으면 안된다. 건강하고 아름다운 인생의 황혼기를 항해하는 당신의 멋진 모습을 그려보면서
힘이 치솟는 활기를 느껴보라. 당신의 인생은 지금부터라는 생각을 가지고 자신감에 넘친 당신의 남성을 느껴보라.
인생은 본디부터 참으로 즐거운 것이려니~