Limited Practice Time…. Some Suggestions For Your Practice

This year, I interviewed a group of our alumni (dozen students) and asked them a few general golf questions. Answers to one of the questions interested me quite a bit, in fact, it actually surprised me quite a bit. I … Continue reading

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Single Plane Experience School – Coming to Virginia and North Carolina Early Next Year

One question we get a lot is “What is this SPE class I see on the website and in emails?” This is a relatively new program for teaching our Single Plane Swing. Instead of students having to come to one … Continue reading

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Common Fault / Fix – Weak Trail Hand Position

  The Fault – Weak Trail Hand Position A grip is defined as “too weak” when either the lead hand, trail hand, or both hands are rotated too much “towards” the target at address. We have seen this fault in … Continue reading

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Common Fault / Fix: Shaft Out of Alignment with Lead Arm

The Fault – Not establishing the “Rod” Position When the club shaft is out of alignment with the lead arm at address, we consider this an incorrect position. This alignment is very important when it comes to the Single Plane … Continue reading

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Looking For New Instructors

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Advice From a Few Alumni

Every so often, I like to have our students teach our students / future students. I believe there is no better advice to a student than advice from an alumnus who is well into their process of improvement. So, it’s that … Continue reading

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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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