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  • Quick Tips - Field Goal

    Within all aspects of your short game, path is one of the most critical elements. Path is what keeps your shot online, and as such is a major factor in consistent short game scoring. This drill is an excellent assessment of fundamentals, but do know that it can be a bit of a tough one. That being...

  • Quick Tip - Band-Aid

    Band-Aid drill hosted by Tim Graves, PGA

  • Quick Tip Pitching Acceleration

  • Quick Tips - Speed Control

    When it comes to your short game, finesse is something that is incredibly important. you can't power your way out of a bad lie to save a birdie. It takes careful placement, which of course entails having good control. All of this boils down to having good control of club speed, be it your wedge, ...

  • Quick Tip - Spring Training - Short Game Impact Trainer

    This is it, we're finally back outside. The grass is becoming green again, the winter is coming to a close, and it's time to hit the course. Ideally, you've been practicing over the winter, but there is still some work to do to optimize your start to the golf season. Today, we take on the short g...

  • Quick Tip - Five Tool Player

    There is a saying baseball, that being the notion of a 'five tool player.' To put it simply, a five tool player is a player that is sound in all five main aspects of the game. That is to say, between hitting, fielding, pitching, running, and hitting for power, there is no weak point in their game...

  • Quick Tip - Stat Tracking

    Making steady progress is key when it comes to improving your golf game. That being said, how can you tell you're even making progress? How can you figure out the strong and weak points of your game? The answer is simple. Keeping statistics and numbers on your performance out on the course makes ...

  • Quick Tip - Acceleration

    Speed is very important in golf, be it maximizing a drive, or controlling an important wedge shot, but how is it created? The answer, to put it simply, is from the body and its positions. Mastering the ability to not only control your speed, but also control your acceleration will allow you to be...

  • Quick Tip - What to Consider

    Pop quiz time. The Lock-n-Roll putter simplifies the putting game tremendously, as you likely know by now. However, there is one aspect that is still on you to improve. Got any idea what that fundamental is? Maybe you're right, maybe you're wrong, but either way, join us as Tim Graves, PGA explai...

  • Quick Tip - Lock-n-Roll Q&A Part 3 - Trail Hand Control

    We've had plenty of questions regarding our Lock-n-Roll putter as of late, so today, we are back to tackle a key fundamental of your putting game. Control is key, and your trail hand is critical in establishing control over your putting stroke. Thankfully, the Lock-n-Roll can help you establish c...

  • Quick Tips - Pump Drill

    In this edition of Single Plane Quick Tips, we take a look at a drill requested by our members. The pump drill is on the chopping block today, and Tim Graves, PGA, is here to explain the ins and the outs. The pump drill is a drill that if done right, can help you make vast improvements towards ma...

  • Quick Tips - Up and Over

  • Quick Tip - Wedge Fit

    Wedges are incredibly critical piece of your golf puzzle. Given that your fitment is equally as important, today we combine the two topics. A properly fit bag WILL change your game, and remove any excuse on behalf of your equipment. Join Tim Graves, PGA, as he explains just what goes into the pro...

  • Quick Tip - Fight the Slope

    Many times in our game, we find ourselves starting up a rather unpleasant looking hill. Dealing with these scenarios can sometimes be no easy feat, but thankfully, there are tricks you can use to help deal with the slope. Join Tim Graves, PGA, as he explores multiple, sometimes unorthodox approac...

  • Quick Tip - High and Low

    A lot of times, it can be easy to simplify how to get out of the bunker. What isn't always covered by others, however, is the idea of trajectory. Escaping the bunker is great, but it does nothing if you send it careening to the other side of the green. Today, Tim Graves, PGA, talks about how to c...

  • Quick Tip - Get it Close

    In today's quick tip, we complete the series of 3 G's tips. For those who might be behind, firstly we encourage you to go catch up, but the 3 G's stand for "Get it out, get it on, get it in." These three steps combine to ensure clean escapes, should you find yourself sole-deep in sand. Join us as...

  • Quick Tip - Get on the Green

    In our last Quick Tip, we covered the idea of getting sand onto the green as a good metric for what could potentially be a solid exit from the bunker. Today, we cover part one of the '3 G's.' Of course, we start by getting it on the green. Join us as Tim Graves reveals a special trick for more co...

  • Quick Tip - Sand Out

    A lot of times, a solution can make itself clear with only one real point of reference to keep in mind. Today, we tackle bunker shots, and a sure-fire way to make sure your stroke is ideal for the result in mind. Join Tim Graves, PGA, as he explains a simple benchmark that can ensure your success...

  • Quick Tip - Pitching Faults 4

    The final stop of our Pitching Faults series of Quick Tips sees us covering toe-up, essentially a common mistake that means the toe of the club goes upwards, and forces an incorrect motion to follow, and naturally a poor pitch. Join Tim Graves, PGA, as he explains how to combat this.

  • Quick Tip - Pitching Faults 3

    We've done two parts of this series so far, analyzing the common faults and fixes associated with the pitching portion of your game. Naturally, we have more to come. In this quick tip, Tim Graves, PGA, will run through the role your hips play in your pitching swing, and why sometimes it might jus...

  • Quick tip - Short Game's Best Friend

    Sometimes, all it can take to learn something is simply having a good teacher. Thankfully, that is just what the Short Game Impact Trainer was built for. From forcing correct hand position to reinforcing downwards attack within the swing, join Tim Graves, PGA, as he summarizes and demonstrates ju...

  • Quick Tip - Chipping challenge

    If you are a member, you should really already know this, but your short game is incredibly important. Matter of fact, it makes up about 75% of your total scoring between pitching, chipping, putting, etcetera. It is starting to show hints of warming up, so here's a drill that is right at home in ...

  • Quick Tip - Short Game Board Guide

    On the golf course, short game makes up 75% of your scoring. What if we told you there was a tool to make your pitching and chipping about as easy as it comes? Enter the short game board, a one stop shop for your chipping and pitching needs. Join us as Tim Graves, PGA walks you through this uniqu...

  • Quick Tip - Side Hill Lie

    Sometimes, the game of golf can be an uphill battle, in more ways than one. We've all found ourselves staring over the hill in front of us, just barely able to make out where the hole is, wondering how we can get that nice soft shot up and over. Well, luckily for you, Tim Graves, PGA is here to h...