Playing Winter Lies

It’s getting that time of year again (or at least close to that time of year again for most…) As always with this time of year, it is a much different game than that in the summer or even spring. … Continue reading

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The Lob Wedge

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. In fact, I believe it is the 3rd most important … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Help You Make Swing Changes

Thought I’d give a little review of some tips we believe will help when trying to make swing changes. 1. You must ENJOY the process of making changes and you must COMMIT to the process. If I had a nickel for … Continue reading

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Short Game Rules

I wrote this this article a while back – surprised me how many students at our schools don’t remember or use. Thought I’d publish again for all those who haven’t seen before – and definitely won’t hurt to read again. When … Continue reading

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Putter Fitting – Make More Putts…

Putter Fitting – There are 4 areas to consider when being fit for a new putter (or when considering a new putter). 1. Length of the putter. Your putter needs to be short enough that you can get your eyes … Continue reading

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Fun On Course Games

This time of year I like to get on the course as much as I can. Many times I get out after work, before work, late evenings, pretty much any time I can squeeze in a few holes. Most of the … Continue reading

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The Important Clubs

This time of year I (Tim) typically get a chance to play in a few tournaments. Seems each time I play those rounds that “mean a little more”, it always reminds me of what is really important in the bag. Meaning – … Continue reading

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Little Things That Are Big Things

It is always interesting to talk to our students after the schools. Often we get a common response from the student(s) – they come to the school expecting to have “Big Things” to work on in their swing and it … Continue reading

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Fundamental, Why, Practice and Check Points

The first morning of our schools and camps I (Tim) talk to the students about what they are about to go through. One of the topics is the process of learning and how to get the most out of the school. This … Continue reading

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Pre-Shot Routine

This time of year, I assume most of you are getting on the golf course – maybe practicing a little less and playing a little more? Or maybe both, practicing and playing? As you start to get on the course more, … Continue reading

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