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How Fast Should I Go?

How fast should it be? Are there any guidelines for backswing speed? Obviously, the backswing does not impact club head speed through the golf ball. Or, does it? Watching some of the best in the sport, you see backswings for the pros vary from the quick paced Bobby Herschel to the slower, more rhythmic Ernie Els. Which one is right for you? First, remember that it is a golf SWING and the keys to a good swing include tempo and rhythm. Coiling up the muscles in the torso and upper legs can ...

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Steve Graves, Thursday, November 18, 2021

Moms, Are You Teaching Your Children How to Play?

My mother was a great golf instructor. She was always telling me, “Stop slouching. Stand up straight.” It turns out that even though Mom never swung a golf club, she was encouraging me in one of the essential elements of any good ball striker: good posture. Check Your Physical Posture. A dependable golf swing rotates around a fixed axis much like the earth rotates freely on its axis. Imagine swinging a golf club tied to a "hunched over" fishing rod. The club would be slow to respond and the ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Friday, July 26, 2013

Where's your "Happy Swing?

Our facility was once a United Artists Theater. My family and I watched the movie Hook from about the same spot where I am now sitting. In the show, Robin Williams’ character, Peter Pan, is taken back to Neverland and has tough time coming to grips with his lack of imagination. Julia Robert’s character, Tinkerbell, tells Peter Pan, "Just thinking happy thoughts" will make you fly. I’m also reminded of a golf movie where the lead is having difficulty getting back into the groove. Roy McAvoy, ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Friday, May 3, 2013

Get Lean for More Consistent Golf Swings!

Ever wonder why you don’t hit your clubs on the golf course like you do on the range? Maybe the problem starts with unnecessary movements in your swing. Lean manufacturing principles focus on eliminating unnecessary procedures and components and, as a result, product costs. Eliminating unnecessary product components also often increases quality and, thereby, reduces support costs. Lean principles reduce costs of both manufacturing and support. The same might be true for your golf ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Sunday, April 28, 2013

A Great Way to Learn to Play!

Golf has taken many knocks over the six years we've been in business. In hindsight perhaps this wasn't the best time to start a new way to learn and play the game. But, then again is there ever a "perfect time" to start something new?  Over the years thousands have entered our door and to most we simply ask, "And, do you play?" Often they shake their head no and offer a reason why they haven't taken up the game - YET. Here are the more common reasons we've heard: Too Hard.Indeed, the pros ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Friday, November 2, 2012

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