AimPoint Golf

A list of John Graham’s AimPoint Classes can be found here including US, INTL classes and merchandise.

JG’s AimPoint Golf Clinics

In order to make it easier for readers that follow this very specific topic, I created this page to hold all of the AimPoint Golf blog posts.

Enjoy,

John Graham

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AimPoint Golf Green Reading

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AimPoint Golf Green Reading – Part 1

AimPoint Green Reading Advanced Training

2010 AimPoint Golf Green Reading Clinics

AimPoint Golf Green Mapping

AimPoint Golf Green Reading Conversion Chart

AimPoint AimCharts – Permitted Under the Rules of Golf

AimPoint Golf Green Reading – Fall Line vs. Zero Line

2010 UK AimPoint Clinic Information

John Graham’s AimPoint Clinic Website

Aiming the Putter

AimPoint Golf – Making Your Own Green Map

AimPoint Golf Merchandise

AimPoint Golf – 3 and 9 o’clock

AimPoint Golf – App for I Phone

AimPoint Golf – UK

AimPoint Golf – Video to Determine the Stimp

AimPoint Golf – Why Aiming High is Better

AimPoint Golf – Distance Control vs Speed Control

AimPoint Golf Launches Student Newsletter

AimPoint Golf Green Reading – Should We Aim at the Apex?

AimPoint Player Stacy Lewis Wins First Major

AimPoint and Feel

16 comments

  1. Seems like Tiger Woods has lost his magic right now. What a miserable finish in the Florida Championship.

  2. I’m not sure there is a better resource for aimpoint online anywhere. Nice!

  3. John Graham says:

    Thanks Kev. The power of twitter put to work. I have a bunch of cool things to tell you.

    John

  4. Alan says:

    Hi John.
    I was recommended to your site by a friend. I am based in England.

    Do you have any literature or the like to give a newcomer a starting point ?

  5. John Graham says:

    Alan,

    I would simply go through the above posts. Start with the post that says part 1. Go through that series until complete, then return to the top of the list and read off the rest.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    JG

  6. Jeanne says:

    John,
    Thanks for posting so much information. Your explanation of the D plane is the easiest for me to understand. Still tough for an old pro taught with Wiren’s book many years ago. If what you say about the closer the two vectors are, the more path influences where the ball starts, would the old Lynx low profile clubs have a much different reaction on trackman than a new big faced iron? Has equipment dictated some of this physics or has this been the way since Old Tom Morris?
    Thanks,
    Jeanne Sutherland
    PGA Professional

  7. John Graham says:

    Jeanne,

    Thanks for the kind words.

    The main thing the changes the balls location direction is the amount of friction created not so such the proximity of the vectors as I mentioned in the video. I need to do a slight update on that part.

    It’s possible that the golf balls used many years ago were so soft that the ball stayed on the face long enough for the path to have the majority say but all the people I’ve talked to say that it is unlikely.

    The clubs won’t really determine that much unless they help with the friction increase.

    I hope that helps.

    JG

  8. wanted to tell you that i really appreciate this blog.. i’ve put you on my reader for rss subscriptions

  9. Chong Vidana says:

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