February 23, 2006

New Videos Up

We have several new videos up on the Forum Forum. They are;

1. Keeping the weight on your heels

2. Don’t swing left

3. The hula hula

4. No bent plane lines

5. How to sole the golf club

6. Uncocking vs bending the left wrist

Enjoy and let us know how you like them!

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February 22, 2006

Live Video

We have been testing a solution to create Live Video Video Training Sessions! Some of you may remember we tried using a company to do this a few months ago with limited success.

We now have developed an “in-house” model that is having very positive results! Hopefully, we’ll finish our test this week and be able to give a “sneak” preview early next week.

Stay tuned for more details - if this works like we hope it will it will be really COOL!

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NAPLES, Fla. –

Loren Roberts survived a battle on the final hole Feb. 19 to win The ACE Group Classic, becoming the first golfer Golfer to open a Champions Tour season with three wins.

Roberts parred the last 12 holes, and 60-year-old Hale Irwin put his approach shot in the water on the closing hole at The Club at TwinEagles.

Playing in the group behind Irwin, Roberts two-putted from 35 feet to clinch the victory with a final-round 69 and 14-under 202 total – one shot ahead of Brad Bryant and R.W. Eaks.

Bryant birdied the last hole to finish with a 70, and Eaks had a 67 despite missing a birdie putt at the last and. Irwin double-bogeyed No. 18 after hitting a 7-iron from 162 yards into the water in front of the green for a 68, and tied for fourth with Tom Watson (67) at 204.

Don January, in 1981, and Larry Nelson, in 2001, each opened a season on the Champions Tour with two consecutive wins.

“The three wins this year, they’ve all come different ways,” Roberts said. “This one was definitely done with an ugly stick. It was a pretty ugly back nine today, but I holed a couple of putts when I had to.”

The record for consecutive victories on the tour is four by Chi Chi Rodriguez in 1987. Roberts, 50, who won his fourth tournament in nine tour events, joins Bob Charles (1987), Lee Trevino (1992), Gil Morgan (1997-98) and Craig Stadler (2004) in winning three consecutive events on the tour.  Read More…

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February 20, 2006

Keys To Victory

Rory Sabbatini continued his excellent start to the 2006 PGA TOUR PGA Tour
season winning the Nissan Open by one stroke over defending champion
Adam Scott. The victory was Sabbatini’s first since the 2003 FBR Open
and moved him to the top of the 2006 money list. At the level of
he has been playing to start the season, a win for Sabbatini was
inevitable. Recording 15 rounds in the 60s, Sabbatini has amassed the
most on TOUR this season, and his six top-25 finishes matches his
total in the 26 events he played last season. The victory was also
his fourth top-10 finish on TOUR this year, surpassing his total of
three top-10s in 2005.

Sabbatini’s improvement in 2006 can be attributed to better accuracy
on approach, saving strokes around the greens, and of course better
putting. This season Sabbatini has hit almost 70 percent of the
greens in regulation and has averaged about 2 feet closer on his
approaches. When he has missed a green this year, Sabbatini has been
able to save par more frequently than he did in 2005. However, the
most important aspect of his early season success has been his ability
to successfully convert the additional birdie opportunities.

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February 19, 2006

About Medicus

About Medicus:

During the past 15 years, has been in the business of providing golfers with high quality training tools for both adults and children. Our mission has been to guide players in developing their foundational skills for proper full swing and putting mechanics. To date, there has been three generations of “hinged golf clubs” - The Original Medicus, The Medicus Adjustable, and The Medicus Dual 2000. In addition, the Medicus Line of Training Products have also included the Medicus Hinged Putter, Arm Master, Leg Master, and Toby Golf Products for children. These training aids Training Aids have helped, and continue to help, millions of golfers play the game with more enjoyment, greater confidence, and skill… But the story doesn’t end here - it is just the beginning… In 2006, Medicus Golf is expanding its vision and mission: The New Mission of Medicus Golf is to create a continual learning process, where a golfer Golfer of any level, can build their skills and habits at their own pace while measuring their improvement. This mission will be accomplished through a series of new training products:

* Medicus Golf Player Development System

* Medicus Destination Golf Schools

* Medicus Indoor Training Centers

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