January 20, 2006

Are You On Plane?

Here’s a quick video Video that we have on Google to show if you are on Plane or not.

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If you hurry you can get a sneak peek at our new upcoming site - Medicus Golf Institue

We have already started making changes on what you may see but be advised that we only put up the “home” page for review. It won’t be up long and may be down by the time you read this.

The good news is that the new site will be launched very soon and all of our current Premium Members over at the Forum Forum will be “grand-fathered” into our new site and project.

Keep checking back for more details and official launch date.

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January 18, 2006

Countdown To The PGA Show

The countdown has started for the Show in Orlando Florida, January 26-29, 2006.

We are planning an announcement party for Friday the 27th at the Portofino Hotel from 6-9 PM where we will unveil our project to the world. This party is an inviation only affair and most of the attendees will be media, PR and marketing people from around the world.

During the announcement we will also share our School schedules for 2006 along with locations.

In the United States we will have an East and West Coast location but will offer traveling schools at all points in between.

It has been a long hard road and the work is JUST getting started! We’d like to thank everyone involved for their time, dedication and belief in what we’re doing.

If you’re at the show look us up and say hello!

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January 16, 2006

Duval Shoots 63 !

Duval’s 63 at Sony Open his lowest in three years!

Associated Press - Updated: Jan. 15, 2006, 5:46 PM ET

HONOLULU — David Duval was playing well enough that he briefly thought about shooting 59. He settled for a bogey-free round of 63 on Sunday in the Sony Open, his best score in three years and another small step toward getting his game back in shape.

“Is this my reward?” Duval said as he left the scoring area to see a half-dozen reporters waiting.

Duval hasn’t had much to talk about lately during an injury-filled slump that has kept him winless on the PGA Tour PGA Tour since he captured the British Open in 2001, a victory which came with a five-year exemption that runs out this year.

But he had few complaints about the start of his year.

Playing at Waialae Country Club for the first time in 11 years, Duval made the cut with a birdie on his final hole Friday, got through a lackluster round of 72 on Saturday and then looked like the Duval of old under breezy, sunny conditions in the final round.

Duval, who shot 59 in the ‘99 Bob Hope Classic during his ascent to No. 1 in the world, had not scored this well since a 62 in the second round of what is now the Booz Allen Classic in 2003.

But that was a round where a lot of putts went in.

“This was good golf,” he said.

It started with a chip-in for birdie on the sixth hole, the first of five straight birdies that attracted a small crowd, not bad since he was first off at 7:57 a.m. He twice holed putts of 20 feet or more, and had two good par saves from about 10 feet on the back nine.

“I’ve been playing well,” Duval said. “I finally holed a few putts for a change. I was just trying to make more and more birdies. I’m not one to protect a score. I wanted to keep forcing the issue.”

Duval has been battling injuries since 2000, primarily his back, and it flared up Monday before a pro-am round. He played the first round with a brace and was 5 over through the first five holes, then figured out how to stand and swing, and was solid the rest of the way.

He finished at 2-under 278, the first time he completed a PGA Tour event under par since he was 13 under two years ago on the friendly courses of Las Vegas.

As for the 59?

“I thought about it,” he said. “It was relatively similar to the way I felt at the Hope. I wanted to do it again today.”

Congratulations David! We hope this signals your healthy return.

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In this article we’ll discuss the PROPER way to set up your video Video camera to work on your golf swing.

While there are some that advocate setting the camera on the target this is totally incorrect - UNLESS you set the camera on the ground!

The center of the camera MUST be along the Plane Angle from the down the line view and from the face on view 90 degrees to the target line.

Take a look at these pictures and see how you should set your camera.

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