Five On Course Instructional Tips

These are things I see most “amateurs” have problems with during their round and things that can be “fixed” during practice. 1. Work On Controlling Trajectory – This is a big one… One BIG difference between low handicap/professional golfers and … Continue reading

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Learn From Pro Ams

This time of year I tend to play in quite a few pro-ams. Tournaments in which the professionals play with a group of amateurs… sometimes the amateurs play their own ball and the team takes a couple of their best … Continue reading

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Hopefully My “Heart Ache” Can Help You…

(Reprint from July ’09): Many of you may have seen me this past week (on the golf channel) – or may have heard about my “exploits” at the PGA National Club Professional Championship. I first want to thank all those … Continue reading

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If you were teaching a best friend, what would you tell them?

IF YOU WERE TEACHING YOUR BEST FRIEND, WHAT WOULD YOU TELL HIM…. Todd and I are sitting here in the airport, about 2 hours after the final day of our last 3 day school here in Orlando, and as always … Continue reading

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“Tough Love” Email

A couple years ago (actually closer to 6 – how time flies when you having fun, right?) I wrote an email about different swing models, about following a model and about how mixing models are one of the worse things … Continue reading

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Why, Why, Why???

This past week, I played in the South Central PGA Senior/Junior Championship in Ponca City, OK. It is an annual tournament in which a senior member of the PGA (over 55 years) partners with a junior member (myself) and you … Continue reading

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What Could Have Been?

I am writing as I sit in the airport in Chicago, going home from a two 3 day schools. We saw over 20 students in the schools, some alumni, many new. Reason I chose this topic was because of some … Continue reading

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The Moment of Truth – Compression, Compression, Compression….

Question – What makes a golf ball fly? Or, in other words, what causes the lift on a golf ball? For many, they think picking the ball off the ground or lifting the ball causes the ball to fly. This … Continue reading

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What We Do Works When Put to the Test!

It is always “fun” to put the game to the test…. And to be honest with you, putting to the test for me most often means teeing it up against good players in pressure situations. A few days ago, I … Continue reading

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Give Yourself the Best Chance in your “Scoring” Part of the Game

Hello Everyone, I thought I’d write a little about wedges, spin and the importance of having a good wedge game. I know it’s the off-season or winter season for many, and most probably aren’t thinking about their wedge game this … Continue reading

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