Blog

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. Besides your putter and your driver, this is probably the club you will use the most in a given round… … Continue reading


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


Unified Hands Theory

Unified Hands Theory by Tim Graves, PGA The Goal of this months e-tip is a continuation of the unified hands motion The goal is to spend some time on the correct hand motion and do a drill that will give … Continue reading


Moe’s Secrets

I am still learning from Moe. Every time I watch his golf swing on the hours of footage we have, I listen to his comments and his thought on the simplicity of his swing and technique. And even when I … Continue reading


My Story

GOLF FRUSTRATION I had just returned from the Asian Professional Golf Tour. After competing against the likes of V.J Singh, David Toms and Todd Hamilton to name a few, I knew I needed more consistency and better ball striking abilities. … Continue reading


Success Stories

STORY #1 (South Central PGA Match Play Tournament) First, is going to be about my (Tim) tournament last week. I played in the South Central PGA Match Play Championship last week at Reflection Ridge Golf Course in Wichita, KS. I … Continue reading


The 4 C’s of an Effective Short Game

In our schools, camps and clinics (and pretty much anytime you’re around me), you will continually hear how important the short game is for scoring. In this article I’m going to compare the long game vs. short game then give … Continue reading


One Thing at a Time

I wanted to tell everyone a story about a student I (Tim) have been teaching the past few months. Of course, as always, story is to help those who read it… I have to teach a young man from Edmond, … Continue reading


Putter Fitter

According to the PGA: One of the most stressful events a golfer can put on his/her back is putting – especially practice. This is one of the only extended times you will bend at the waist without relieving the stress … Continue reading


The Grip cont.

This is a busy time of year for us and great things are happening. Our Orlando Academy is booming, and with construction of our building underway, I can only imagine the great things to come in the following months and … Continue reading