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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. .


Positivity is the Key to Winning at Any Level

Written by Charlie Epps on Tuesday, 01 December 2009

It's funny how one little sentence or small thought can do so much. We all know the power of positive thought can do a lot in keeping things going the right direction. But at the same time, as Jack Nicklaus once told me, "You've got to be realistic with the existing conditions." Sitting at the U.S. Open in 2008 with the defending champion, Angel

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FedEx Cup Getting Better with Age

Written by Charlie Epps on Sunday, 01 November 2009

People have been asking me if I thought the 2009 PGA Tour FedEx Cup Playoffs were a success. I absolutely think they were. Fans were treated to four extra weeks of thrilling, competitive golf. As for the tour players...well, they had 35 million reasons to like this year's playoff system. Not only did it give $10 million to the winner of the

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The Year of the Right Man in the Majors

Written by Charlie Epps on Thursday, 01 October 2009

Ever since Stewart Cink outlasted 59-year-old Tom Watson in the British Open and put an end to what could have been the best golf story in decades, I've been reading some stories in national golf magazines that have dubbed 2009 as "The Year of the Wrong Man" regarding the major championships. Let me tell you something, and I want you to pay close

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Looking Back at a Magical Season

Written by Charlie Epps on Tuesday, 01 September 2009

It's been five months, and I still have to pinch myself when I think about Angel Cabrera winning the Masters. I can remember sitting with him at the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego. I said to him, "You know, if you're good enough to win a U.S. Open at Oakmont, then you're certainly good enough to win the Masters." He looked at me and

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