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Sometimes A Simple Change In Putting Can Make A Big Difference


  Thompson Claims Third Career eGolf Tour Title with Flawless Final-Round 65 at Ballantyne Chris Thompson By Stewart Moore Charlotte, NC – Chris Thompson of Lawrence, KS entered the final-round of the weather-shortened Championship at Ballantyne Country Club on Thursday knowing he needed some magic in order to pick up his third career eGolf Tour title. […]

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Adam Scott’s Open Championship Collapse…..Is It All On Him?


It’s been only 4 days since the British Open and I still can’t figure out whether I enjoyed watching it or not. I’ve heard some people say it was the best open championship in a long time but I have to disagree. I for one didn’t enjoy seeing most of the players (especially TW) hitting […]

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My Day at Augusta with Nicklaus Palmer and Masters Predictions


I’ve been attending the Masters since 1998 but until you can share it with someone who has never been, well it is just a place that every golfer needs to go. In 2001, it was my father in law Butch that went with me for the first time. He never takes this trip for granted. Butch […]

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What’s Your Take On “The Big Miss”


I am going to hold my opinion of Hank Haney’s book until I get a chance to read it but it has been all over the radio and internet. I am sure this is good for book sales as it seems anything that has to do with Tiger is always big news. I am curious to […]

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Guru TV – Lesson With Tour Player Chelsea Bach (my 2000th Follower)


I know its been awhile since I shot a Guru TV episode but here is a special edition that I hope you enjoy. I recently reached 2000 followers on Twitter and I wanted to do something special for that person. I was willing to give away some Guru Swag but come to find that this […]

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I Want To Talk To You About Your Flare (not flair)


As I strive to learn more about the golf swing and ultimately help my students play better, I often turn to my golf pro friends through my social media connections. Whether it is one of the many groups that I am in on Facebook or my favorite way to exchange ideas,Twitter.com. So I was curious […]

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Tiger’s Swing Changes – Has the Student Been Left Out Of the Process? Or Is Foley Salesman Of the Year?


I was recently asked by a friend of mine and fellow teaching professional of mine about what I thought of Tigers swing changes. This seems to be a hot topic in teaching circles since the sudden drop off of Tigers performance in the last year or so. Since the personal scandal that he has gone […]

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Tiger Woods: What is wrong with Greensboro? Get back on the horse!


Is golf the same without Eldrick? I don’t think so. Many reporters are saying that golf is healthy and in good hands with all of the great young players that are visible in the game right now and I agree to an extent?? We need Tiger to get back to contending in golf tournaments and […]

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GURU TV – Interview with tour player Federico Celano


Here is an interview that I did with one of my mini-tour players, Federico Celano. Federico is from Italy and we have been working together for 2 years and he has had a great season thus far with a recent t24 at the Southern Open with back to back 67’s to close strong. Check out the […]

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Rory vs. Jay Townsend in the social medias squared circle called Twitter


Here is an article by Jason Sobel about the exchange between commentator Jay Townsend and Rory McIlroy about his poor course management decisions in todays Irish Open. What are your thoughts? Leave your comments below…thanks Those who can, do. Those who can’t … cover those who can? Maybe it’s because golf is a sport that […]

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