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AUTHOR : CHARLIE EPPS

author-charlie eppsKnown as "The Golf Doctor," Charlie Epps has been one of Houston's most respected PGA professionals for 30 years. He is the Director of Golf at Redstone Golf Club, home of the PGA Tour's Shell Houston Open.

Epps teaches two-time major champion Angel Cabrera and second-year Tour player Bobby Gates. Listen to Epps 9-10 a.m. Saturday mornings on Yahoo! Sports Radio on 1560 AM in Houston, channel 127 pm Sirius satellite and 242 XM.

He can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Tiger retires short of the mark?

Written by Charlie Epps on Friday, 01 October 2010

Ever since Tiger Woods ran over that fire hydrant last November, his world has been turned upside down. It was his own doing, and he knows it. With the sex scandal that was uncovered, we learned Tiger was living a lie. He now has a lot in common with guys like Pete Rose, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. They've all suffered public

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Captain, my (Ryder Cup) Captain

Written by Charlie Epps on Wednesday, 01 September 2010

The Ryder Cup matches always are one of my favorite events in golf. There's nothing quite like teeing it up for your country, where patriotic pride trumps purse size, FedEx Cup points and everything else. This year, Corey Pavin joins a long list of quality captains for the U.S. team. I made no secret about my affinity for Paul Azinger as captain

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How to Enjoy the Dog Days of Summer

Written by Charlie Epps on Sunday, 01 August 2010

I've always said that golf is a seasonal sport. Down here in Texas, where we can play year-round, a lot of people forget that. Now that we're in the dog days of summer—usually it's too hot to play mid-day—I thought I'd help you find ways to enjoy our great game without overdoing it. Most people don't realize that the first golf courses were

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Golf, Fate and the Old Course

Written by Charlie Epps on Thursday, 01 July 2010

The British Open returns to the Old Course at St. Andrews this month. They call it the birthplace of golf, and for good reason. It's the oldest known course in the world, and certainly the most famous. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, the game's governing body, sits adjacent to the Old Course. The longtime pro at St. Andrews, Laurie

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