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Moe Norman’s Lead Thumb – The Long and Short of It

The lead hand grip is more than just where you place the club in the hand. How your place the hand is just as important. If the golf swing were a jigsaw puzzle, I would consider the lead hand position … Continue reading


Long Game & Short Game Instruction / Q & A

August Instructional Webinar REPLAY Topic – On Range Q & A Session &  Long Game & Short Game Instruction To View Webinar Replay: CLICK HERE


Struggle is Your Friend

I hope you have had some great experiences on the golf course this Summer. However, I know that if you are at all like me, you may be experiencing some struggle in your game right now. Or, perhaps your game … Continue reading


CLUB FITTING INFORMATION

By:  Tim Graves, PGA   To View Informational / Instructional Webinar:   CLICK HERE


Body Match-ups and the Domino Effect

Our recent Instructional Series “The Domino Effect, Back to Basics” is an apotheosis of my time in development of the Single Plane 3D – my deepest dive (to date) into measuring the mechanical model of the Single Plane Swing.  Single … Continue reading


Struggle is Your Friend

I hope you have had some great experiences on the golf course this Summer. However, I know that if you are at all like me, you may be experiencing some struggle in your game right now. Or, perhaps your game … Continue reading


CLUB FITTING INFORMATION

By:  Tim Graves, PGA   To View Informational / Instructional Webinar:   CLICK HERE


Advantage Me – Again..

I wrote this practice tip a few years ago and thought it would be good to publish again. This is one of those article this is good to republish at least once a year. During the past couple of weeks, … Continue reading


The First Domino

In air navigation there is a rule of thumb called “1 in 60”.  The 1 in 60 rule states that for 60 miles a pilot has traveled, for every mile that he is off-course is equal to 1 degree.  This … Continue reading


They Did it Their Way – Intuitive Engineering

Moe Norman 69

In the 1968 Olympics Richard Douglas Fosbury would win the gold medal in the high jump and became one of the most influential athletes in the history of track and field.  Besides winning a gold medal, Dick Fosbury revolutionized the … Continue reading