Winter Stretching – Single Axis Golf Stretch

This stretch is done from your single axis address position but a golf club is not needed. It is best done in a mirror the first few times so you can check positions. From your single axis address position (and … Continue reading

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Winter Stretching – Back and Glute Stretch

This combination stretch can be done prior to or just after the hamstring stretch we covered in the previous newsletter. The starting position is lying on your back with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor. If your neck … Continue reading

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Winter Stretching- Hamstring Stretch

One of the issues we deal with in each and every school is trying to put students into the correct address position. Poor flexibility makes this a difficult task. We always work within the capabilities of the student but the … Continue reading

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Results

Well. It is the end of the year. Time for me to put in a few words about my observations and do a little COACHING. I want to talk about RESULTS, expectations and the possibilities for next year. If you … Continue reading

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Troubles and Solutions

It’s time to make some progress on your golf swing. The latest “Troubles and Solutions” DVD is designed to help you further understand your golf swing. The purpose is to have you make comparisons and “check” your golf swing against … Continue reading

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Moe’s Wisdom

Recently, I was given an audio tape of Moe speaking in an interview. The interview was about his great golf swing and his legacy and my name were brought up. The interviewer asked Moe if he thought I “had” his … Continue reading

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How to Hit Fairway Woods and Hybrids

We have recently received quite a few requests to cover the fundamentals of hitting fairway woods and the recently popular long iron replacement clubs – the hybrid (aka the utility club, baffler, heavenwood, etc…) We are also sure you have … Continue reading

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Moe’s Verticle Drop

(Comment by Tim): This is one of the biggest, if not the biggest issue as to why golfers come across the ball rather than swing down the line or from the inside. Coming across causes a slice or topped shot, … Continue reading

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The Man with the Perfect Swing-Dec. 1999 Reader’s Digest

By: Bruce Selcraig “His game was close to genius, but could he find acceptance” On a warm morning at a country club near Orlando, a stocky gentleman with wispy gray hair makes his way past the crowd gathered for today’s … Continue reading

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The Coin Drill

Picture #1 Moe felt as if he could strike a coin that lay on the ground 30 to 37 inches behind the ball with a driver. Creating the motion that would strike the coin can help you learn to move … Continue reading

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