All posts by Simon Fagan

I have been teaching Golf since 2001. I am lucky in that I have been around and worked with some of the finest teachers and instructors EVER to teach this game! I have enjoyed learning from all the people I have come across and listening to golf stories from generations of golfers professional and amateur. I will list a few of my golf role models that have especially made an impact on my teaching philosophy. First would be Joe Fagan, he after all is the one who taught me how to hold the putter when I was 4 years old. Second is Hub Bechtol I would attribute him to inspiring me to get back to golf. And last would have to be Albert Salinas. Thanks guy's for all the inspiration!

Choosing an Instructor

Choosing an instructor can be a critical decision to determine the pace and or overall success of your golf experience and career. I have taken lessons from several instructors over the years and observed hundreds of hours of lessons from some of the best and I hate to say it, but probably some of the…

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Video lessons

Video lessons from any location can provide a professional perspective on what you need to do to improve your golf game.   Each video lesson will include a short interview to learn about you, as with all of our coaching programs, we will then focus on helping you to reach your specific goals.   Film…

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Winter practice can be quite rewarding.

The other morning I woke up to snow falling from the sky and a blanket of snow covering the golf course outside my window 8 inches to be exact. Until the last day of November, the weather here in Mckinney, Texas could only be described as unseasonably warm. It usually gets a lot colder in…

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Good question about clubs

Q: OK, golfing buddies, let me give you my dilemma and then I will ask the question: I can hit my 7, 8, 9 irons and my wedges with decent power, trajectory, accuracy, and distance. At least, I am pleased at my skill level (it is a miracle if I break 100) with how I…

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