Best Swings

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December 5, 2016
Sue Lawless

Sue Lawless retrieves her perfect shot! On December 4th another one of our amazing students, Sue Lawless, hit the game’s “Perfect Shot”. She made a hole-in-one at McDowell Mountain Ranch Golf Club, on the 97-yard, 8th hole with a 9 iron. Sue is taught by Bird Golf Academy’s incomparable Shirley Furlong and this is her […]

September 19, 2016
Great Swings

Components of the Best Golf Swings on the PGA Tour Golfers come in all shapes and sizes. Each has a different experience level, background, and training. Some received training from golf professionals, others from family or friends, and some received no instruction at all. Under all of these circumstances, golfers develop a swing. Ingrained from […]

January 25, 2016
Five Ways to Survive the Golf Offseason

Some golfers are blessed to live in a location with a climate that permits year-round play. However, most golfers live in a locale featuring a winter season that impacts how much golf, if any, can be played for a number of months. Golfers in such a wintery place who have a hankering to hit the […]

November 18, 2013
The Front 9-Edition 5

1.       It’s been a pretty good year for Australian superstar Adam Scott. The winner of the 2013 Masters (becoming the first Australian player in history to do so. You can read the whole story here ) is putting the finishing touches on his best year to date, by having won back to back tournaments […]

April 28, 2013
Billy. Billy, Billy

For the last month on the PGA Tour, the Tour’s hottest player has been a player who has never won. Until now. 27 year old Floridian, Billy Horschel, birdied the final hole of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans to claim his first victory in the most dramatic of fashions. Horschel started the last round […]

April 14, 2013
Good On Ya Mate

There are some things that mean so much more, than just winning. Incredibly, despite the glorious history of Australian golf and its litany of Major Championship winners, no Australian has ever won The Masters. That lineage of the game’s great Australian players that traces back to Norman Von Nida, Jim Ferrier, Peter Thompson, Kel Nagle, […]