Short Game Winter Practice

As everyone knows who has been at one of our schools, read past instructional material by us, has our instructional material (TGOV or 7 principles) or just spends a little time at any of our academies – we continually stress … Continue reading

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The Lob Wedge – Making your “Worst Enemy” your “Best Friend”

First, I want to say, I believe the lob wedge is one of your most important clubs in your bag. Besides your putter and your driver, this is probably the club you will use the most in a given round… … Continue reading

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Unified Hands Theory

Unified Hands Theory by Tim Graves, PGA The Goal of this months e-tip is a continuation of the unified hands motion The goal is to spend some time on the correct hand motion and do a drill that will give … Continue reading

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Success Stories

STORY #1 (South Central PGA Match Play Tournament) First is going to be about my (Tim) tournament last week. I played in the South Central PGA Match Play Championship last week at Reflection Ridge Golf Course in Wichita, KS. I … Continue reading

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The 4 C’s of an Effective Short Game

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 … Continue reading

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One Thing at a Time

I wanted to tell everyone a story about a student I (Tim) have been teaching the past few months.. Of course, as always, story is to help those who read it… I have teaching a young man from Edmond, OK … Continue reading

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Putter Fitter

According to the PGA: One of the most stressful events a golfer can put on his/her back is putting – especially practice. This is one of the only extended times you will bend at the waist without relieving the stress … Continue reading

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Talk about Clubs: What Flex Shaft in My Drive?

Got a great question on our chatroom a couple of weeks ago wanted to share with all those that didn’t see it: Question: “Suppose you swing the driver 110 miles per hour. Based on that swing speed, you should be … Continue reading

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Lie Angles Don’t Lie

This month we’re going to discuss the lie angles on clubs. Not just how a correct lie angle affects the direction of a golf shot, but as important, what looking at and monitoring lie angles of clubs can tell you … Continue reading

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Winter Practice 2

Going to Discuss Recommend Winter Practice #2 in this month’s etip: But FIRST: Wanted to copy this testimonial I received a couple of days ago…. From Doug Smith, Virginia ” Let me start off by saying Thank You! Thank You! … Continue reading

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