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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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Rough start? Don’t panic

Written by Charlie Epps on Wednesday, 01 June 2011

Patience is the key to any round of golf, whether it's the U.S. Open, a Saturday morning game with your buddies or a match with your spouse or loved one. Of course, when you are playing in the U.S. Open, everything is magnified. Especially the need for patience. I qualified for 1978 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills in Denver. Before heading to Colorado

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The Wonderful World of Golf Keeps Expanding

Written by Charlie Epps on Sunday, 01 May 2011

Every year on Masters Sunday, golfers and non-golfers alike sit in front of their televisions for one reason: to see who's going to win the most popular golf tournament in the world, the Masters! This past Masters provided all the drama and excitement that a golf fan can ever expect or want. On the back nine Sunday afternoon, five different

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Foley vs. Haney

Written by Charlie Epps on Friday, 01 April 2011

Current and former teacher air dirty laundry while Tiger tries to find his 'A' game again Why do the greatest players in the world need teachers? I know one thing, I'm glad they do. My responsibility as a teacher to two-time major champion Angel Cabrera is to be there when he needs me. I'm kind of like a doctor. You only go see the doctor when

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The Tournament of champions

Written by Charlie Epps on Tuesday, 01 March 2011

One of the missions of this magazine is to improve your golf game. We do that, in large part, by improving your "Golf IQ." If you believe—as I do—that all physical action is rooted in the mind, then we must develop the proper thoughts about what actually moves the club in order to improve our physical performance. Bobby Jones said,

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