Pressure – Your Friend or Foe – Studying Heart Rates

Tim Graves, PGA Two weeks ago,  I (Tim) played in the PGA Winter Series Event in Port Saint Lucie Florida.  It was the National Junior / Senior Championship.  A tournament consisting of PGA professionals from across the US and abroad, making up 2 man teams - one junior (less than 50 years of ...

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Common Fault and Fix #2: Casting the Club Into Impact

Tim Graves, PGA In our golf schools, one of the most common faults we see in our golfers is casting the club into impact with the ball. For reference, we define "casting" as any time the hands are behind the club head at the moment of impact.   You may of also heard this ...

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Common Fault and It’s Fix – Straight Leg at Impact

Tim Graves, PGA One fault many students struggle with is straightening the lead leg during the downswing. This fault typically results in an over the top (slice) path of the golf club. As seen in the pictures of impact:       1. The lead leg is straight 2. The spine was unable ...

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Winter Indoor Practice Drill – Hands Down the Line

Tim Graves, PGA Weather is changing.  Seems like 60* one day and then freezing the next here at home (Oklahoma).  I am sure for most reading this are getting a little of the same this time of year.  Soon, most of us will be inside looking for ways to practice indoors to get ...

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