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 Andrew Bostrom first met Carl in 2005 after an up and down college golf career at the University of the Pacific. Carl offered Andrew an objective system for a more repeatable golf swing. Despite rapid improvement, Andrew experiencing limited success playing golf for a living for three years. However, he went on to become a Class "A “ PGA Professional and is the Head Golf Professional at Green Brook Country Club, in North Caldwell, New Jersey. Andrew had previously been 1st Assistant Golf Professional and Lead Instructor at the TOP 100 ranked Quaker Ridge GC in Scardale, NY. (See Certified Instructor page for contact information). Carl continues to work with Andrew on his swing as well as his teaching. The reigning two-time MET PGA Assistant Professional of the Year competes regularly, and this year carded the round of his life at the Tommy Thomas Pro-Am at Barona Creek Golf Club in Lakeside, CA. After a slow start of 1-under par for the first four holes, Andrew played the last fourteen holes in 11-under par. His putt for 59 from 10 feet on the last hole lipped out, but he settled for a 12-under par 60 with 8 birdies and 2 eagles. 



    The 2014 Ping Elite Players Junior Golf Tour held their summer season Championship at Bulle Rock Golf Course in Havre de Grace, Maryland on Saturday, August 2nd.  Reknowned as the best Public Golf Course in the state and former home of the Women's LPGA Championship, Bulle Rock provided plenty of thrills and surprises.

     Perhaps the biggest surprise of the day was in the Boy's ages 16-19 division. Norbeck Junior, Max Finkel gained a sudden death victory over tour veteran Jared Sadegh.  Both had fired tournament low 75's, Sadegh with 3 birds on his card and Finkel with one on number eight, to force winner take all. Max Finkel, new to competitive golf and having taken up the sport seriously, less than two years ago, sank a sliding 4 foot putt on the second playoff hole to take the day's honors.


     Dani enjoyed a very successful 2014 golfing summer. The Elon University graduate finished first on the WMGA points list by virtue of her fine play in a series of events held in the Metropolitian New York area. She was selected to represent the last fall in France.

     Her exceptional play included three wins:

The Stroke Play Championship at Sunningdale

   70+73=143 (won by three strokes)

WLIGA 3 Day Stroke Play at Meadowbrook

   73+74+75=222 (won by nine shots)

LI Amateur at Bethpage Red

    69+69=138 (won by thirteen strokes)


   Dani says " The Move System makes my swing consistent, repeatable and right on track. By placing myself in the correct position every time I don't have to worry about my swing. The only thoughts I have before a shot are choosing the correct club and setting up to the ball. I don't have to worry about anything else."

    Dani Mullin continues her tear in the amateur golf world. Her 2015 highlights include: qualifying with her partner for the inaugural USGA 4 ball Womens Championship in May; finishing 4th in the Womens Metropolitan Open, behind winner and LPGA tour rookie Kelly Shon; winning the Metropolitan Stroke Play Championship played at Nassau Country Club, site of the 2014 US Womens Amateur; and most recently winning the Women's State Mid-Am tournament by 9 shots with a score off 225. Her handicap is now +4.

Dani's next step is the Women's LPGA Qualifying School this fall.





One Move to Better Golf is helping juniors learn the game of golf in East Tennessee. Tammy offers numerous programs throughout the summer for children from all different backgrounds




Vincent Tenety, an attorney from West Islip, Long Island, NY recently won the Senior Club Championship at his club, Southward Ho CC. Vince qualified low medalist with a 77 and went on to win 4 matches en route to his victory. Vincent's handicap is 7.

Says Vince, " What I love about the One Move To Better Golf System is that if you follow the method and practice you don't have to think about your swing at all. Just set up properly, start your swing and let it go. Now you can play the game, hit it where you want and never have to think about swing mechanics."

Congratulations Vince and continued good golf!!


Cheryl Brayman has been a dedicated student of Sue for twenty-two years. Her hard work and commitment to the One Move has led her to a rewarding amateur career.

Cheryl was awarded the very well deserved and prestigious title, Women's Metropolitan Golf Association Player of the Year, in 2005 and 2010; and was runner up in 2013. 

Since 1997, she has earned the Women's Club Champion title at North Shore Country Club.


The following list includes more of Cheryl's outstanding accomplishments:

  • 1999  Qualified for USGA Mid Amateur

  • 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2012, and 2014 Qualified for USGA Women's Senior Amateur  

  • 2003 and 2014 Medalist at the USGA Women's Senior Amateur Qualifier site

  • 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010 Long Island Match Play Champion

  • 2005  WMGA Match Play Champion; Runner up in 2006 and 2012

  • 2006  Long Island Stroke Play Champion

  • 2007  Represented NY State in the USGA State Championship

  • 2007, 2012 and 2013 LI Senior Champion

  • 2009  WMGA Senior Champion

  • 2010  Women's Metropolitan Open 1st Low Amateur

When asked how the One Move has helped her game, Cheryl states, "From the beginning, the method has been a repeatable system that has enabled me to improve and trust my game." 


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