Chipping Fundamentals and the 4 Cs Review

Tim Graves, PGA In our schools, camps and clinics (and pretty much anytime you’re around me), you will continually hear how important the short game is for scoring. In this article I’m going to compare the long game vs.short game then give you my 4 Cs that you must follow to have a ...

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Moe’s Legacy: Persona or Perfection

Todd Graves The Moe Norman Legacy What will be the Legacy of Moe Norman? Will he be remembered for his quirky and eccentric personality and his failure to exploit his talent on the PGA Tour. Or will he be remembered for his contribution to golf – his amazing golf swing and what I ...

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

Tim Graves, PGA If there is one area where golfers build poor technique into their full swing, it is in their chipping stroke. In reality, the chipping stroke for the short shots around the green directly relates, and builds habits into the way a golfer attacks a golf ball.When teaching chipping to our ...

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Common Fault and Fix – Limited Spine Tilt at Address

Tim Graves, PGA Limited Spine Tilt at Address (Set Up) In our golf schools, one of the most common faults we see in our golfers is not creating enough secondary spine tilt at address. We define secondary spine tilt as the tilt of the golfer's spine away from the target at address when viewing ...

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