Monthly Archives: June 2011

Guru TV – Body Pivot Options: Neutral vs. Positive


The body is the engine of the swing. After you train the hands and arms effectively then you can focus on your body pivot. In the past I have talked about matching components. Different pieces put together correctly that allow you to swing the club on the correct swing plane. You can’t get these mixed up or you […]

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GURU TV – How to Hit the Driver part 2: Irons vs. woods


Check out our website @www.danarader.com or call 704-542-7635 to schedule a lesson follow me on twitter @twitter.com/golfgurutv See you on the lesson tee, Jason

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Guru jr. TV – How to Hit a 5 Iron Straight featuring Nicklaus Sutton


Ever since baseball has finished, my 10-year-old son, Nicklaus Palmer, has really taken to golf which makes me so proud as I think every golf pro wants their kids to enjoy the game. Nick has been tagging along with me to work the last couple of days and has been practicing very hard and having a […]

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The Putting School with The Guru and Nancy Harvey


Are you really getting the most out of your golf score? Are you hitting the ball better but not seeing the results on the scorecard? Putting is nearly half of your score yet you put no practice time in to improve it. Does your putter fit you and is this important? How should I practice […]

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Rory Mcilroy: Golfs Next Star wins first major: How did he do it?


iron swing I first heard of Rory when he was 16 and was playing in European tour events and making cuts. A curly haired, freckled face kid. Looking more like Howdy Doody than an athletic icon, McIlroy has grown and matured into a world beater. I followed Rory around the back nine at Quail Hollow as he shot […]

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U.S. Open Week: Guru TV archive : How To Escape the Birdnest Shot and my Picks to Win


As we approach the week of our second major championship of the year, The United States Open, we have to ask ourselves; What kind of player wins the U.S. Open and what kind of shots are required to survive the grueling test that is some of the toughest golf course set-ups in the world. There […]

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D Plane Montage: The Best of the Best


I know many of my students have heard me talk about the D-Plane and why it is important. The cool thing is that many of you understand it. I had a 13-year-old junior that know how to work the ball now because of D Plane.  As a student you need to have a general understanding of why […]

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GURU TV – How To Play the High and Low Toss Shot: A tribute to Todd Sones


I know that you saw the opening for the scoring zone school that I did with top 50 instructor, Todd Sones but you didn’t get to see what shots that we hit around the green. Here are a couple of shots that I will think will help you lower your scores. There will be more […]

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