Our Lateest Blog

January 1, 2016
Golf Tips

See the article FLYING HIGH in the Golf Tips Magazine.

November 1, 2010
Skills Camps

See the article by Men’s Journal Magazine that picked Bird Golf as the best Golf Skills Camp.

December 1, 2008
Kudos to Wild Horse Pass

See the article by Jay Ewing in Luxury Report magazine.

December 1, 2008
The Gift of Golf

See the article in WHERE Phoenix-Scottsdale.

May 1, 2008
The American Dream

See the article by Mile High Magazine.

April 1, 2008
Swing Time

See the article in WEALTH Magazine.

November 1, 2007
Common Sense

See the article in Affluent Magazine written by Jay Ewing.

July 1, 2007
Sandy Cable

Learning. The art of improvement is always a "process". This is one person's story and it is remarkable. We first met Sandy Cable five years ago. She had, for almost 20 years, labored, at trying to play golf. The lowest score that Sandy had ever shot was 128. Our school was going to be her last attempt at improving.

May 1, 2007
A Quest for Knowledge

Sometimes, the thought of paying for golf when you're not at the top of your game doesn't sit well. Glancing at a scorecard that reflects a score in the triple digits, while simultaneously combing the calendar for a free weekend in which to take a golf getaway, can seem contradictory. Vacations, especially ones involving golf, can be downright expensive.

November 1, 2006
Winter Wonderland

See the article in Southwest Airlines SPIRIT magazine.

October 1, 2006
Student Review of Bird Golf School at Wild Horse Pass

My few short days at Wild Horse Pass were truly an experience! The golf experience was all that I had hoped for as an introduction to a game that has intrigued me for some time but failed until now to take me in. Your selection of Lee Maiden as my coach and mentor was excellent.

April 1, 2006
Rhythm, Tempo and Timing

The tighter you hold the golf club, the less speed you create. The less swing speed you create; the less distance you hit the ball. The more you grip the club with your hands (small muscles/tendons), the less you swing with your body. Think of your body as the big muscles (shoulders/arms). If you want to hit the ball farther, would you use your big muscles or your small muscles? Your big muscles.