Speed and Distance

By:  Todd Graves Reprinted from Nov. ’09 Practice Tip. Speed Everyone wants more distance.  And yes, distance is an important factor when it comes to playing the game of golf.  The farther you hit the golf ball, the shorter your … Continue reading

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Playing Augusta National with Moe Norman – The World’s Greatest Ballstriker

This time of the year always takes me back to the time Moe Norman and I played in Augusta a few years ago. I wrote all about it in the article below. *** If you are just beginning to play … Continue reading

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The Single Plane Travel Club – Finally!

For years, our students and customers have been asking us about going on golf trips with other Single Plane Golfers.  As a company focused primarily on instruction, we honestly had no idea on how to plan or host a great … Continue reading

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Improve Your Move (GO)

Green means Go.  That is what I want you to do when it comes to moving your lower body.  Go.  The problem with most bad golf swings is that bad golf swings STOP the lower body from moving.  You need to … Continue reading

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The Formula for Improvement

What is the secret to skill building?  Many of you know it but you don’t know that you know it.  What you don’t know is that when you were younger, you intuitively learned skills that today, you don’t even know … Continue reading

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Set a Goal (Score) or Not?

Today I had a student ask somewhat common question – “Should I set a score before I play a round or not?”  The is an interesting question because many of you are trying to shoot a lower score for your … Continue reading

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Overlapping vs. 10 Finger

If you ever want to cheer me up on a dreary day, show me a vintage picture of Moe – something I have never seen before.  Classic photos of Moe bring back memories but most importantly, they are great tools … Continue reading

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A Note to Single Plane Golfers – Move

It took a trip to the PGA Show, and saw the usual stuff, adjustable game improvement equipment, teaching gadgets and new club head design.  Then, after 18 years of attending the show, I saw a number of companies dedicated to … Continue reading

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Improve Your Move – Its Like Dominos

Improving Your Move Are you a consistent ball-striker when you play golf? Or, like so many golfers, do you have back problems? Do you slice the ball regularly? Do you sometimes hit the ground behind the ball – hitting it … Continue reading

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Boimechanically Simple is an oxymoron

I am guilty of using the term “biomechanical” as it relates to the movement of the body.  This is how I see the golf swing.  I see it as a set of bodily movements that in sequence – put a … Continue reading

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