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My Imaginary Interview On The Tim Ferris Show – Tribe Of Mentors


I’m a big fan of high achieving people who enjoy sharing information and challenge the learning curve and push themselves in all areas of their life which is why I think I was drawn to Mr. Timothy Ferris’ work and podcast. Through his podcast and connecting with so many successful people, I bought his latest […]

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Full Swing Coaching Program Practice with Team Guru with special guest Nicklaus Sutton


Three years ago I transformed my teaching into purely “Long Term Coaching Programs” which include supervised practices with the team #teamguru. Here is an opening presentation of a full swing session with a few guys where I discuss the difference between “blocked vs. random” practice and the key to getting your range swing to the […]

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The Daily Guru Episode 5 – PGA Recap and a HOT teaching topic


    I know it has been a few days but I have been trying to get caught up (and recover) from another great week in Orlando at the PGA Show. It is always an interesting week of catching up with old friends, networking and meeting new friends and trying to digest all that is […]

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How Has Your Teaching Changed? Or Has It?


During my snowbound days of being trapped in my house, I typically turn to twitter and the telephone to get the teaching juices flowing. So I posted the question tonight on twitter, “What is one thing are you teaching now that you didn’t five years ago due to new accurate information?” I got some very […]

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2013 Guru’s Top Twitter Active Teacher List (The Ultimate FF)


As the end of 2013 draws near, it is a great time to reflect on our year but also to recognize people in our industry that help grow the game in so many ways. I hope that you all have accomplished your goals and are ready to set new ones for 2014. I have had […]

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Golfers….Stop Majoring In the Minors!! Keys To Being A Better Student


I haven’t posted anything new in a while and received an excellent topic from one of my twitter friends, Blaze Grinn (click to follow him on twitter), which is “How to keep your students on task?” I know I post a lot about how we can get better as coaches and teachers but this is about […]

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The #1 Myth In Putting and How To Change It


In my last article I discussed what I feel is the most important factor in distance control (feel and touch) in the putting stroke. Aside from knowing how to read greens (www.aimpointgolf.com) controlling the distance your ball rolls is critical. How do myths and misconceptions is golf get started? Someone has an idea, tries it, […]

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My Masters Week and Picks From A Proud Father’s Prospective


I am pretty sure that all fathers want to give their kids a life that they didn’t have as a child. In my case I am so fortunate to have two wonderful kids, Brittanie (13) and Nicklaus (11). At one time they both played golf but in the last couple of years, Nicklaus Palmer has really […]

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Guru’s Teaching Workshop with Special Guest John Graham


In the eve of my departure to the National Teaching and Coaching Summit and the PGA Merchandise Show, I wanted to announce that I would be hosting my second annual teaching seminar at Carmel Country Club on Monday, March 18th. I am also very excited to have John Graham as my guest speaker. John is […]

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Stop Talking! I’m Trying To Learn


One of my favorite things to do in this business is to help young teachers perfect their craft. At the Carmel Golf Academy part of my training regimen is to observe my teachers and to video tape their lessons and watch them back with them. This is not an exercise to put them down or make […]

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