Monthly Archives: January 2010

P.G.A. Show Update


Welcome to my first away game post. I am coming to you from the Orlando Airport as I wait on my flight back to Charlotte. It is now about 60 degrees and it looks like it is about 25 in Charlotte. It was a very productive show but I am looking forward to getting back […]

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GURU TV – Lack of Trunk rotation: fitness episode 2


When evaluating your game and setting goals for the upcoming year, there are four components that are involved; 1)Long Game 2)Short Game/Putting 3)Mental Game and 4)Physical Fitness. Most people don’t put the time into their body and this can keep you from reaching your golfing potential. I hope you enjoy my second installment of Guru TV […]

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GURU TV – The 2 Releases for a Pitch Shot


In order to be good around the greens, you must have 3 things:

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What’s In The Bag of The Guru?


I am often asked,”Guru, what kind of clubs are you playing this year?” I thought that I would give everyone a look inside my golf bag. I have been a Callaway Staff Member for many years and my outstanding sales rep, Tim Garrett, keeps me in the latest technology. So here is a sneak peak […]

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Guru TV – Practice With A Purpose


The weather was so nice today in Charlotte that I had to get out and hit some balls. You get to witness the first official swings of 2010 from the Guru. I hope you enjoy the video and it inspires you all to hit the range. I would appreciate some comments. Let me know if […]

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Meaningful Rehearsals Are Only Second To Exagerrated Ones


Ryan Palmer outdueled Aussie Veteran Robert Allenby down the stretch at the P.G.A. Tour’s first full field event. The Sony Open was a very entertaining and interesting tournament chalked full of top players and veterans hitting great shots and holing big putts. We had the likes of Steve Stricker, Davis Love, Retief Goosen and Carl Petterson all trying to track down […]

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The Moment Of Truth


The Hands At Impact Do your hands look like this at impact or does your lead wrist bend or break down? The most important alignment in the golf swing is when the shaft of the club lines up with your lead arm. This should happen just past impact. Many of you that release the club […]

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Bunker Myths Exposed


As I watch the first round of the Sony Open, I can’t help but think of the beach. It couldn’t be that it was a high of 30 degrees here in Charlotte in the last month, right. So I thought I would bring back an archve from one of my first vlogs on bunker shots. […]

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SBS Championship- A Tale Of Two Routines


As we look at the first P.G.A. Tournament of the season, after we get past the fact that we would love to be in Hawaii, we take a closer look at what champions do and how golf is played at the highest level. As I continue my quest to make you a more educated viewer of golf tournaments in attempt to […]

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Guru TV – Mirror Work and Changing The Club Face


As we move through the winter months, mirror work is a great way to keep your swing in check. Checking the club face is merely one thing to look at in the mirror. We can obviously look at your posture, your swing plane or whatever you are trying to change. Here are two things that […]

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