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What IT Takes

What IT Takes

Posted on 13 Aug 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway   Those of you who’ve taken live lessons from me know that I constantly encourage practice as an absolute necessity for seeing real improvement in golf swings. Some may even say that I’m a bit of a hard case on this matter so I would like to share some words from […]

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Golf Swing Classes

Golf Swing Classes

Posted on 08 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment


Starting this Saturday, come work on your golf swing! This is a group class with no reservation required. Any skill level welcome with individual attention for everyone. Come by yourself or with a friend or two or three. Each week we cover different topics of the swing as a refresher or for those wanting to […]

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Stearns wins at Homestead

Stearns wins at Homestead

Posted on 17 Jun 2015 / 0 Comment


  AGI golfer Thomas Stearns from Aiken is enjoying success on the Golf Chanel Am Tour and collecting trophies along the way. Out of this last seven tournaments Tommy has won twice and finished second three times and has no finish higher than fourth. Great work Tommy, keep up the good work!    

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Triangulate Your Swing

Triangulate Your Swing

Posted on 21 May 2015 / 0 Comment


  There are two key positions in the golf swing that you may have never been aware of, what I call the Two Triangles. These triangles help to regulate the geometry and plane of your golf swing and are key indicators as to the proper functioning of your swing. At top of the back swing […]

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Hogan's clubs show heavy pracice from 1953.

Practice, Practice

Posted on 20 May 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway Joe decides he needs to add some muscle to his skinny frame and joins the gym. He reads all the latest fitness mags, hired a personal trainer and even bought the 10 pound tub of weight gain powder.  Joe however only goes to the gym one time a week for 30 […]

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New Hogan irons set standard

Posted on 07 May 2015 / 0 Comment


    Ben Hogan golf clubs have always set the standard for those interested in ultra-high quality golf clubs. Mr. Hogan started his new equipment company in the 1950’s and stated, “When I went into the business in 1953, I knew I could make a better club, I just knew it.”  The new Ben Hogan […]

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What is a Playing Lesson?

What is a Playing Lesson?

Posted on 05 May 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway I know that some of you have wondered what exactly goes on during an on-course lesson and why would it be helpful. Probably the phrase on-course coaching is a better description because we are doing much more than a single “lesson” during those 9 holes together. These nine hole sessions are […]

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Ben Hogan TK15 Wedges

Ben Hogan TK15 Wedges

Posted on 05 May 2015 / 0 Comment


  The heart of any iron or wedge is in its sole You might be able to argue Mr. Hogan’s percentages, but not the importance of turf interaction when it comes to precision iron and wedge play. In wedges, the “buzz’ is about fitting bounce. But how can you fit the sole of a wedge […]

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A perfectly matched set of irons should not really match at all

A perfectly matched set of irons should not really match at all

Posted on 01 May 2015 / 0 Comment


Mr. Hogan started his company in 1953 with the stated promise and intense focus of building better golf clubs. We inherited that passion for excellence, and in our opinion, one of the most puzzling golf club design principles is the notion that all the irons in a set should look alike. Why should a 5- […]

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Do you really need that much perimeter weighting?

Do you really need that much perimeter weighting?

Posted on 29 Apr 2015 / 0 Comment


Mr. Hogan put great stake in the feel of an iron, so he insisted on forging the heads and putting plenty of mass behind the impact point. That’s why one of the driving principles behind the development of the new Ben Hogan FORT WORTH 15 irons and TK 15 wedges was to challenge perimeter weighting […]

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