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Junior Gets College Scholarship

Junior Gets College Scholarship

Posted on 02 Aug 2017 / 0 Comment


Congratulations to AGI junior golfer Brette Bryant, student at Davidson Fine Arts, for signing a golf scholarship with Newberry College. This is only Davidson’s second athletic signing in their history.  

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Bryant Wins Junior Event

Bryant Wins Junior Event

Posted on 02 Aug 2017 / 0 Comment


AGI junior golfer Brette Bryant won the 2017 GHSA State Golf Championship to become the Georgia 2A girls champion! Brette plays for Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School in Augusta. Great job Brette, we are very proud of you!

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Tathata is here

Tathata is here

Posted on 20 Jun 2017 / 0 Comment


  Have you started your Tathata journey?  We are here to give support and guidance with chapter follow ups. Enhance & improve your movements from each chapter of the Tathata Golf 60-Day Training Program.   E X P E R I E N C E   Y O U R   G R E A T […]

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The “Hit” Mentality

The “Hit” Mentality

Posted on 23 May 2017 / 0 Comment


    Have our attempts to develop a golf swing by trying to “hit” the ball actually inhibited our journey? Think about the first time you ever tried to hit a golf ball. It’s likely you had no clues about how to hold the club properly, how to stand or where to place the ball […]

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The Original “A” Swing

The Original “A” Swing

Posted on 03 Jun 2016 / 0 Comment


by: B.J. Hathaway   David Leadbetter’s new “A swing” theory has gotten a lot of attention lately and his star pupil Lydia Ko is apparently changing her swing to this new concept. Although I cannot endorse this new method, any swing method can be used to create a repeatable swing if the student is willing […]

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Seal Training

Seal Training

Posted on 26 Feb 2016 / 0 Comment


This was going to be a long inspirational talk about training and how most golfers do not practice correctly. Those of you who have trained with us lately know what we’re talking about. The golf ball presents a problem which requires special forms of training in order for your golf swing to change….there is no […]

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A new way to train

A new way to train

Posted on 19 Jan 2016 / 0 Comment


Joe has a problem.  A few years ago he decided to learn self-defense just in case something ever happened. He wanted to be able to take care of himself and feel more confident. But he didn’t want to pay for training so he bought a book about Kung Fu training and went about it.  He […]

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Time for change

Time for change

Posted on 19 Jan 2016 / 0 Comment


Place a golf ball on the ground in front of anyone who has established their golf swing and ask them to change a part of that swing. More times than not, the pattern will not change despite the effort. Why? Because a golf ball, unless hit into a net, require an outcome, and that outcome […]

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Do you Hate swing drills?

Posted on 14 Jan 2016 / 0 Comment


Do you hate being given swing drills after a golf lesson? Many folks who take golf lessons would prefer to go to the range and just hit balls and hope the lesson information sinks in. Unfortunately that is the slowest way to learn and this video gives some great insight into the why and how […]

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Golfing on a Budget

Golfing on a Budget

Posted on 20 Oct 2015 / 0 Comment


It’s well known that golfing can be an expensive hobby. Between the cost of clubs and equipment, greens fees and memberships, you’re bound to pay a pretty penny for your time on the course. But, there are ways to play the game and still be frugal. So, if you’re golfing on a budget, here are […]

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