What Makes a Good Teacher?

Have you tried to teach yourself? Have you tried to teach someone else golf – like your child, your wife, your husband? Have you ever taken a lesson from a professional? Have you ever attended a golf clinic/school/camp? Golf Teacher’s … Continue reading

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Breaking the Big Break – Lesson’s Learned to Help You

Hello Everyone, The past few days I have been in Orlando at the annual Professional Golfer’s Association (PGA) show. This annual event highlights the golf industries new and most modern “tools of the trade”. Prior to the show, the PGA … Continue reading

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Letting Others (GGA Alumni) Help You

I don’t know why – maybe because we asked for opinion’s on our new promo video (see above), but for some reason I received many emails this past week from our alumni telling us about their improvement and “what they … Continue reading

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Practice with a Purpose

For the past couple of weeks I (Tim) have been on a “golfing tour” of sorts. First, I played in a Nationwide Event 2 weeks ago, then spent a couple of days teaching at the PGA Championship in Tulsa, then … Continue reading

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Trigger Revisited

The past couple of weeks, we have taught a few schools and quite a few students. Seems it is a good time to talk about the “trigger” again. We have been getting questions about how to practice, what to practice, … Continue reading

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Success

Before I begin, want to send a big Congratulations to Zach Johnson (2007 Master’s Champion). Todd and I played on the mini tour with Zach for 3 years on the NGA Hooter’s tour – Zach is from Cedar Rapids, IA … Continue reading

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Wax On / Wax Off

Want to talk in this practice tip about how we learn the golf swing. We have discussed many times before, but it was of interest Todd, myself, Brent, Ken Martin and the Director of Golf at the Cowboy Club (Ft. … Continue reading

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Winter Practice – Working with the Leverage Bag

Past few weeks we have been getting quite a few questions (through email and on the forum) about how to use the leverage/impact bag. This is ABSOLUTELY one of the best drills/teaching tools you can use to work on many … Continue reading

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Fastest Way to Lower Your Scores – The Putter

What is the fastest way to lower your scores?? Let’s review a stat or two (very telling…). 43% of scoring occurs on the green (with the putter). Meaning if you shoot 90, you will average close to 40 putts per … Continue reading

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How to Read Greens

After the August e-tip I received quite a few questions about “How to Read Greens?” Thought I’d write this practice tip on some ways to learn how to read greens and some helpful hints/drills that will help you read greens … Continue reading

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