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The End Season

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The 20016-2017 PGA Tour Season is officially over.  What a tremendous year filled with many exciting moments and unbelievable finishes.  The Majors were filled with gut wrenching shots and they crowned very worthy winners.  Sergio finally got his coveted and deserving Major, Brooks Koepka powered his way to victory, Jordan Spieth took us on a roller coaster ride to capture The Open and his 3rd leg of the Grand Slam and Justin Thomas out ran his competition to tame brutal Quail Hollow.  The regular season had its fare share of fireworks, Dustin Johnson (4), Hideki Matsuyama (3), Jordan Spieth (3) and Justin Thomas (5) all won at least 3 times each.  The American Team out performed and convincingly beat the Internationals at this year’s President Cup Matches, with a team that looks hungry to claim the Ryder Cup in Paris.  The level of performance by so many different players is a testament to how good the players are.  Each passing yearthe competition is fiercer and the fields deeper and deeper, separating oneself from the rest is harder to do this day in age.  It is safe to say that Golf is in great hands.

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Acceptance

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You have probably heard the word acceptance these last few weeks, most notably as Sergio Garcia’s secret weapon that he used to win the 2017 Masters and claim his first Major Championship.  Acceptance is one of those intangibles that truly separate players and it is one that is hard put into practice.  For those players lucky enough to have this so called “acceptance” it proves as a powerful tool to set them free and produce some great golf. 

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MASTERS WEEK

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Hey everybody, its MASTERS WEEK! I have to admit since I was a young golfer I always looked forward to The Masters.  I still remember watching video of Seve win his first and listening to him talk about how much he enjoyed the golf course.  Do you remember Tiger’s putt in ’97 to seal his record-breaking performance?  How about Phil’s putt to clinch his first Major in 2004? Do you remember Adam Scott’s putt in 2011 to take the clubhouse lead?  Those are some great putts under immense pressure on extremely putting surfaces.  The imagination that is needed to play well and succeed at Augusta has always captivated me.  I have had the pleasure to be there during my playing days in College and most recently played with one of my Tour players.  The TV really doesn't do justice to how severe the putting surfaces at Augusta are.  The players need to manage not only big breaking putts but also super fast greens, which only adds to the difficulty.

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"UNIVERSAL" SET UP

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Hey everybody, I hope all is well.  Today I wanted to talk to you about the Set up.  I get this question all the time from students and other instructors as well, what does a proper putting set up look like?  I truly believe that the set up is very personal, and it is so because of many different things that are unique to each player.  I do however believe that there is one imperative, that being, that your eyes have to be in the best position for you to see the proper line.  For some players that is right on top of the ball, for others it’s just on the inside of the ball and even for some the eyes are actually over the ball.

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It doesn't matter how well you hit your drives and approach shots if your short game is lacking. In fact, most golf pros will tell you that as much as 70 percent of your final score for a round is contingent on how good - or how poor - your short game is. With that said, one of the most critical elements of a good short game is putting - and one of the toughest types is the downhill putt.

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