Monthly Archives: April 2011

J.E.T.S. (junior elite training system): A different way to teach junior golfers


In an attempt to revamp our junior golf program this season, I took the reins on our elite junior program. I was already coaching several very good junior players so I came up with a system that I thought would bring them together and help take their games to another level. I was already doing […]

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Guru TV – Golf Inc. Conference: Social Media presentation pt. 2b


Special thanks to John Graham (johngrahamgolf.com) for videoing and sending me this video. check out our website @www.danarader.com and follow me on twitter @twitter.com/golfgurutv See you on the lesson tee, Jason

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2011 Golf Inc. Conference: Social Media pt. 2 A featuring Jason Sutton, Justin Smith and Ricky Lee Potts


Here is the 2nd part of the social media presentation that I did at Innisbrook for the Golf Inc. Conference. I am joined by Justin Smith (GM @ Olde Homestead GC) and Ricky Lee Potts (content specialist for IMAVEX) http://www.rickyleepotts.com. This guy is a master blogger and you should check out his site. Follow them both […]

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Golf Inc. Conference Intro Presentation


This is first few minutes of a presentation that I did with Justin Smith, GM at Olde Homestead GC in Pennsylvania at this years Golf Inc. Conference. Ricky Potts with Imavex was the moderator. John Graham and Sara Dickson were also on another panel that took part in these sessions, highlighting how we use social media […]

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The Guru and Todd Sones: Opening Presentation of Scoring Game School


Here is the video that I promised of Todd Sones opening presentation of our scoring game school that we did together: Follow me on twitter @twitter.com/golfgurutv…..to schedule a lesson with the guru call 704-542-7635 or visit our website at http://www.danarader.com See you on the lesson tee, Jason

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Who Is Charl Schwartzel? Masters Champion


One year ago, I posted a Masters blog with my picks to win. As I got back from Augusta last year, one players caught my eye……..Charl. So I am just one year late with my pick, sorry. As the tournament unfolded last Sunday, twitter was blowing up with predictions and observations. Someone tweeted me and […]

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My Day With a Short Game Master


Every year as I compose my goals for my life and career,  I also update a list that I started about 15 years ago called my life list. A bucket list of sorts that included things that I wanted to do in my career. Several of them involve working with other top coaches. If you want to […]

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GURU TV – PUTTING BASICS: The key to winning “The Masters”


Great putting wins major championships. It couldn’t be more important to the players trying to win at Augusta National this week. Very tricky undulating greens require expert speed control and green reading to boot. Here are some keys to being a great putter and a video that explains the basics of the setup and stroke. […]

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This Is A Football (I mean golf ball): Back To Basics


For many of you, the week of the Masters constitutes the start of your golfing season. Even if the weather isn’t great where you live, after you watch the tournament it makes you want to go play. As this is the 25 years after the greatest Masters Tournament, the 1986 Masters, it brings me back […]

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Guru TV – How To Change Your Swing On the Golf Course


One of the most frequent questions that I get as an instructor is,”Guru, How do I get my swing back on track when things go wrong on the golf course.” If I could market that answer I would be a rich man. After studying the best players in the world and watching how they manage […]

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