Hybrids vs. Irons – When to Hit

When do you hit hybrids, when do you hit irons? Here are a few scenarios of when it is recommended to hit a hybrid and when it is recommended to hit an iron. First – A Hybrid is best thought … Continue reading

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Moe’s Set Up – Single Plane

Here are a few “unique” characteristics of the Single Plane (Moe’s) Set Up: 1.  Moe’s Legs Were Straight This builds a stable foundation – or what is called an A-frame – for the swing day after day.  One of the … Continue reading

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It’s Not Rocket Science

It’s Not Rocket Science Todd Graves Forever it makes me wonder the extent to which golf instruction has become so difficult that golfers now believe that good players hold some secret.   While the secret is nothing more than good solid … Continue reading

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Why, Why, Why…

Another “Oldie but Goodie” – actually wrote about 8 years ago.  To be honest, even more relevant today (as we teach more and more and more..) This past week, I played (for the first time) in the South Central PGA … Continue reading

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Wax On / Wax Off – An “Oldie but Goodie”

Was reminded of a practice tip I wrote close to 10 years ago.  Assume most of you either hadn’t “seen” us yet, or if you had, a good one to read again. Want to talk in this practice tip about … Continue reading

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Chipping Fundamentals and the 4 Cs Review

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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Fault / Fix – “Flipping” the Release in the Chipping Stroke

If there is one area where golfers build poor technique into their full swing, it is in their chipping stroke. In reality, the chipping stroke for the short shots around the green directly relates, and builds habits into the way … Continue reading

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Common Fault and Fix – Limited Spine Tilt at Address

Limited Spine Tilt at Address (Set Up) In our golf schools, one of the most common faults we see in our golfers is not creating enough secondary spine tilt at address. We define secondary spine tilt as the tilt of … Continue reading

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Overwhelming but Amazing – Tips for Improving

Got an email last week from a recent student.  Thought I’d share with you and some tips that I have written before – but think will be a GREAT reminder for all again. From Ken S. (GGA Alumnus / Jan. … Continue reading

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Pressure – Your Friend or Foe – Studying Heart Rates

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 … Continue reading

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