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The Top 10 Course Management Mistakes That Golfers Make


I recently had a question on twitter. Thank you @mstaley for your question because I think it is an important one. “What are the biggest mistakes that the average golfer makes in their course management?” As I prepare for my mental game seminars this winter, I thought I would come up with a top 10 […]

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Pre-Shot Routine and a little D-Plane (Guru TV Blast From the Past)


Follow me on twitter @golfgurutv  See you on the lesson tee at “The Best Club In America” Guru

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Students Of The Game…..Consistency Is Not A Goal!!


Tonight I want to speak to the students in the room. Specifically the ones here that are interested in getting better. Who really wants to improve their scores? Raise your hands high! Is that your real objective? You would be surprised to find that it isn’t always the case. At the beginning of every lesson or golf […]

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GURU TV – How To Free Up Your Driver Swing Using Visualization


As I wrapped up my last day of family vacation at Beautiful Fripp Island, I couldn’t resist the urge to shoot some video. So I hired my daughter as my film crew (which cost me several virgin Pina Colata’s) and my wife even shot some behind the scenes footage of Guru TV. I included this really cool shot […]

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GURU TV (ARCHIVE): How to change your golf swing on the golf course


Follow me on twitter@twitter.com/golfgurutv or friend me up on facebook @facebook.com/jasonsuttongolf See you on the lesson tee, Jason

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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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Pre-Shot Routine: A Live Look In with The Guru


This is a custom two day school that I do for James Donnelly, Todd Halpin, Kevin Clark and Chris Caso every year. I thought I would just turn the camera on, let it run and see what came out of it. This is a talk that I give my students in how to get their changes from […]

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Playing Lessons – Learning how to play the game


In the midst of some really great weather this past couple of weeks, I have been able to spend some valuable time on the golf course with some of my students. In a typical lesson progression, I will do a 4 lesson series that consists of full swing mechanics to improve their ball striking, time spent […]

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A Great Blog Post From James Donnelly: Body Language


I think we can apply this to our golf games and our jobs, whatever you may do. Thanks for the gret post and for the kind shout-out. I know I will be thinking of these swing thoughts as I prepare for some upcoming speeches. Thanks JD. swing thought” You’ve probably heard that body language is […]

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Michael Breed Teaching Presentation – Carolinas PGA Teaching Summit Review


Recently I attended our Carolinas section Teaching Summit at Myrtle Beach. Our feature spreaker was Michael Breed. You might have seen him of the Golf Channels “golf fix”. You know….”The let’s do this” guy. I was interested to see him because you never know how people are in real life as opposed to a television […]

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