Limited Practice Time…. Some Suggestions For Your Practice

Tim Graves, PGA This year, I interviewed a group of our alumni (dozen students) and asked them a few general golf questions. Answers to one of the questions interested me quite a bit, in fact, it actually surprised me quite a bit.. I asked them how much they practiced? Meaning, do they practice every day, every ...

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Single Plane Experience School – Coming to Virginia and North Carolina Early Next Year

Tim Graves, PGA One question we get a lot is “What is this SPE class I see on the website and in emails?” This is a relatively new program for teaching our Single Plane Swing. Instead of students having to come to one of just several locations that we do our 3 and ...

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Common Fault / Fix – Weak Trail Hand Position

Tim Graves, PGA   The Fault – Weak Trail Hand Position A grip is defined as “too weak” when either the lead hand, trail hand, or both hands are rotated too much “towards” the target at address. We have seen this fault in our golf school students often and it leads to compensations in the motion ...

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Frustration Almost Won

Scott Renfrow In a recent Premier School, one of our students, Steve approached me privately at the conclusion of the school. Like all students, Steve gushed about what a wonderful experience the school was, about how excited he was for his golf future, and how great he felt about going home with ...

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