The inaugural M.O.R.A.D. Mac O'Grady Golf School began in October of 1993. The golf school / symposiums have been an integral life force in the ongoing investigative study of the art & science of the golf swing. The attendants of the schools have been predominantly PGA teaching professionals, independent teaching professionals, many male amateurs of different handicap levels, various women, junior golfers and PGA Tour members. The problem solving complexities associated with each of these participants, from the highest to the lowest handicaps have been vital to the conclusions reached in this lengthy study. Without everyone's participation and assistance the path of ascendance to unraveling the mysteries of the golf swing would have been most improbable if not impossible, especially without Mr. Kelley's lengthy research inquires. The golf schools / symposiums are held periodically once or twice a month at various locations around the U.S. Mr. O'Grady will conduct each seminar. It's opened to professionals and amateurs alike. The schools last three days. From 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There is an initial classroom biography that explains the history of the research investigation, the PGA Tour professionals that participated and Mac's own personal history. There is ample time spent at the driving range and in the classroom reviewing everyone's daily progress via the video tapes! The full swing, the short game, putting and the psychology of scoring are important subject matters that highlight the school. Under most conditions, the school is limited to seven people only. The cost is $2,500.00. Our first and foremost priority is to get the student to understand the rules of the golf swing and how to apply those concepts and to tailor them to their individual needs. We will do our best to make sure the experience is informative, memorable and lasting, but most importantly, educational and fun.

The Advancement of Science M.O.R.A.D Investigation of the Golf Swing began in March of 1984 after five years of tutelage under the auspicious guidance of Homer Kelley and his golf book cult classic, “THE GOLFING MACHINE. The M.O.R.A.D. research study was funded and researched by Mr. O'Grady. It's objective was simple. To evaluate and appraise Mr. Kelley's body of knowledge and to further our own independent examination in the biomechanics of the golf swing which governs the golf ball in all of its variances of direction, trajectory and distance. Each of the important elements required in the repertoire of a classic golf swing are accurately depicted in the Sam Snead, Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus swing models. The M.O.R.A.D. research thoroughly explains and evaluates their sequence of movements and other players too. The research also mapped out the biomechanics of the short game and putting. Seve Ballesteros, Hubert Green, and Lee Trevino depict the short game models. While Jack Nicklaus, Billy Casper, Tom Watson, Tiger Woods, and Isao Aoki represent the classification of the putting models. In March of 2005, the M.O.R.A.D Investigation concluded its twenty-one year study. In 2006, the full text of the research data and its findings will be released in book form and software programs.

Mac O'Grady has been a member of the U.S. / PGA Tour since October of 1982. He captured two wins from 1983 to 1989. The 1986 Sammy Davis Hartford Open & The 1987 MONY Tournament of Champions. He was forced to retire in 1990 due to a congenital spine disorder known as Spondylolisthesis.