Putters Aren’t Balky. People Are.

Paul Monahan GGA Mental Game Coach. Brooks Koepka proved to be an incredible champion yesterday...defending a US Open title successfully for the first time in 29 years. It was a very special performance for sure! And among the great performers on the very difficult Shinnecock Hills layout, (Patrick Reed, Daniel Berger, Tommy Fleetwood) there ...

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The Important Clubs

Tim Graves, PGA This time of year I (Tim) typically get a chance to play in a few tournaments. Seems each time I play those rounds that “mean a little more”, it always reminds me of what is really important in the bag. Meaning – what is really important to scoring. Thought I’d talk a little ...

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The 4 Cs of a Great Short Game

Tim Graves, PGA With our upcoming Short Game School (2nd week of July) (very excited about having our 2nd short game school in the past 2 years...) wanted to remind everyone about my 4 Cs of a GREAT Short Game. These are/will be covered "in depth" during our short game school and covered ...

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Fault / Fix – “Flipping” the Release in the Chipping Stroke

Tim Graves, PGA After this past week’s 3-day school at our Phoenix base – thought it would be a good idea to review a common fault and its fix – Flipping in the Chipping Stroke. The proper chipping stroke/movement is CRITICAL for adequate impact in full swing.   SEE BELOW:   If there is one area where ...

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