You are misreading what I have written. My intent was not to stir your pot. I informed you of the site of Graves thinking that you must not know about it. From your response to me it sounded as if you thought you were told to leave this forum. That is far from the truth.
What good is discussion if you cannot ask questions? Especially when the instructor comes here only in an attempt to try and snag some new customers with their propaganda. Tim would not answer a simple question about what they teach that is different from the other SA methods. Instead he goes on and on about how Todd is the greatest..bla...bla...bla.. That is just a dig at others who have spent and equal amount of time and energy learning Moe's move, and does not answer the question about what Graves does differently.
It all sound like marketing fluff to me. That may be all that it is. I do like Todd very much, he comes across as very honest to me. Tim tries to spin everything and actually turns everybody off in the process. Todd should be the PR person, but he obviously has no desire to be that person.
If these people can't stand a few simple questions then they are of little use here. IMO
As far as learning goes. I have studied and learned from a great many of the greatest teachers in the game. This began around 35 years ago for me. I am still learning, and don't expect to ever stop learning. There are so many parts to the golf equation that need to be studied to become a master at the game that it boggles the mind. Just the tip of the iceberg is Full swing technique, Driver technique, long irons, mid irons, short irons, pitching distance control, trajectory control, fades, draws, hooks, slices, (sidehill, downhill, uphill lies) Greenside bunker shots, fairway bunker shots, recovery shots, chipping, and putting. All require one to learn different swings. Then of course comes equipment that fits, fitness, diet, course management, mental game, etc..... The list goes on and on and......
Have a nice day!