Tag archives for backswing

The GGA Build Your Game Camp, our best value

A few years back, we made a big change to our top of the line golf school, the 5 day Build your Game Camp. Todd, Tim and I decided to make the Camp a better product. It was already a … Continue reading

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The GGA Build Your Game Camp just got better!

I’m so excited to bring this news to you today, I can barely contain myself. You see, our premier, or creme de la creme instruction program, the 5 Day Build Your Game Camp, just got better. A LOT better. Let me … Continue reading

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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

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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 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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How to Cure the Shank

The dreaded S word. Some refuse to mention the word around anybody that has played golf. Many regards it is another four letter word. Almost every golfer has experienced it, especially in the most critical moment at the most critical … Continue reading

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Correcting the Shank

The Correct Rotation in the Back swing and How to Stop/Correct the Shank More about the hosel rocket, hoosel, pitch out, lateral, the s word…. What causes the “s word” and how can we prevent it? The pictures are up. … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perspective

Students often get confused on how the club moves away in the backswing. In the Second Video of the Seven Principles of Golf Improvement, I discuss how the club can go both straight backs and to the inside, it is … Continue reading

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