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Morganton native Dana Rader is a nationally-known golf instructor. In 1990, the Ladies Professional Golf Association named her the national teacher of the year. GOLF MAGAZINE has also recognized her as one of the country's top 100 teachers. In 1997, she became director of golf operations at Charlotte's new Golf Club at Ballentyne. The Linda Rader Golf School is located nearby.
The Gaston County Board of Education has honored Linda Rader for her years of service to education by renaming the staff development center, in Cramerton, the Linda Israel Rader Staff Development Center. Rader taught school for thirty years and has been director of staff development for the past ten.
Morganton native Linda Rader is nationally-known golf instructor. In 1990, she won the Ladies Professional Golf Association's \"Teaching Pro of the Year\" Award. When Charlotte's new Golf Club at Ballentyne opened in 1997, Rader became director of golf operations. The Linda Rader School of Golf is located nearby. The school can handle up to 12,000 students a year, with a yearly gross of around $1 million.