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The Grip, grip, grip, grip

Want to give everyone a quick story… hopefully will help you a little as the season begins, as you are trying to get your game in shape again, or maybe you are just beginning your journey toward the Moe Norman … Continue reading


The True Moe Norman Golf Swing

The True Moe Norman golf swing and How Clubs fit into the Single Plane Golf Swing Theory, Anatomy and a Simple Understanding In 1993 I was finished with golf. Working with the best instructor in the United States had worsened … Continue reading


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


What Makes a Good Teacher?

Have you tried to teach yourself? Have you tried to teach someone else golf – like your child, your wife, your husband? Have you ever taken a lesson from a professional? Have you ever attended a golf clinic/school/camp? Golf Teacher’s … Continue reading


Breaking the Big Break – Lesson’s Learned to Help You

Hello Everyone, The past few days I have been in Orlando at the annual Professional Golfer’s Association (PGA) show. This annual event highlights the golf industries new and most modern “tools of the trade”. Prior to the show, the PGA … Continue reading


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


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


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


Letting Others (GGA Alumni) Help You

I don’t know why – maybe because we asked for opinion’s on our new promo video (see above), but for some reason I received many emails this past week from our alumni telling us about their improvement and “what they … Continue reading


Practice with a Purpose

For the past couple of weeks I (Tim) have been on a “golfing tour” of sorts. First, I played in a Nationwide Event 2 weeks ago, then spent a couple of days teaching at the PGA Championship in Tulsa, then … Continue reading