Created with Sketch.
175 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Episode 050: Scott Cowx – Never stop learning, using technology but not relying on it and why going outside the box is one of the best things you can ever do.
Scott Cowx (T: @ScottCowxGolf IG: @ScottCowxCertified) is the Head Teaching Professional for the Devil’s Pulpit Golf Association, located in Celadon, Ontario, Canada, and one of the best coaches/teachers in the game. Outside of being named the 2011 OPGA (Ontario PGA) Teacher of the year and the 2019 Canadian PGA Teacher of the Year, Scott has gained worldwide recognition as one of the top coaches in the game. His expertise in the geometry of the swing, coupled with an amazing understanding of biomechanics and physiology, as well as motor skill development has allowed him to be sought out by some of the best players and coaches in the game. His continued desire to help others led him to develop ‘Scott Cowx Certified’, a program designed to develop golf teachers around the world through a series of educational and certification programs on all areas of coaching.
123 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Episode 049: Mark Silvers – What it’s like to play the PGA Tour, how he won 15 tournaments in one year, and why making the PGA Tour is so difficult.
Mark Silvers (T: @MarkSilvers3, IG: @marksilvers3) is a former college All-American from the University of South Carolina and longtime professional golfer. He has played on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour and various others around the world. Not only does he discuss why slow and steady progress was the best path for him but also how the simplest of things can lead to you playing your best golf. On the flip side of that coin he also sheds some light on how easy it is to go the other way, lose your confidence and the dark abyss that leads to when playing golf as a profession. This is an awesome episode if you have ever wondered what goes on in the mind, both good and bad, of a world class golfer.
109 minutes | May 30, 2021
Episode 048: Tim O’Neal –A lifetime of playing professional golf. From traveling around the globe to how sponsorship agreements work, winning in Latin America to playing on the PGA Tour. What he’s learned, what he would do over and what his plans ar
Tim O’Neal has been in one profession his entire career, playing professional golf. He has played professional golf around the world and won on multiple continents. He has also experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows; from winning on the Latin American Tour to missing out on gaining his full PGA Tour membership by one shot, twice. He was kind enough to sit down and discuss all these things, and so much more in this eye opening episode.
142 minutes | May 23, 2021
Episode 047: Jason Sutton– Why being uncomfortable is a necessity, the importance of always learning new things, and why providing value to someone else is one of the best things you can ever do.
Jason Sutton (a.k.a. the Golf Guru) (T: @golfgurutv IG: @golfgurutv) has been a Top 100 Instructor for many years. He spent most of his teaching career in the Charlotte area but has recently moved to Bluffton, SC and is currently the Director of Instruction at the Colleton River Club. He has spent a lifetime in and around the game and has helped golfers of all skill levels to reach their goals. Jason’s desire to always improve is illustrated with his educational background where he has numerous certifications that have given him the know how to help golfers at ever level; beginner to scratch, collegiate to professional, and he’s always looking at how he can provide value to others. He is also the host of one of the best golf podcasts on the web, The Golf Guru Show which can be found on all podcast apps as well as his website www.golfgurutv.net. If you would like to reach out to Jason you can do so via his social media (links above) or via the Colleton River Club Learning center at 843-836-4413 or via email email@example.com.
133 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
Episode 046: Dr. Paul Wood-PING Golf – Everything you ever wanted to know about club design, fitting and how they work by one of the leading experts in the industry.
Dr. Paul Wood (T: @paulwood79 IG: @paulwood_79) has been helping PING Golf for almost two decades. In this episode you will learn how he went from studying solar flares to helping one of the leading manufacturers in the industry continue to produce great equipment. But it doesn’t stop there. Dr. Wood is one of the foremost experts on brining all elements of the club process together; design, fitting, materials, technology, and innovation all into a product that is an engineering marvel, aesthetically pleasing, and will help improve your game. Quite a feat given the multitude of things involved in that process. Dr. Paul takes us through all of them and it is mind blowing what goes into a golf club.
152 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Episode 045: Dr. Scott Lynn – What is ‘Swing Catalyst’, Why you need to know more about Pressure and Force Mapping, and the next big thing that will change the golfing world.
Dr. Scott Lynn (T: @ScottKLynn_PhD, FB: @DrLynner, IG: @drsklynn) is one of the smartest people in the golf world today. To the masses he may not be a house hold name but behind the scenes he is one of the people developing and improving technology so everyone can play better and have more fun. Not only is Dr. Lynn a Professor of Kinesiology and Biomechanics at Cal State University Fullerton but he is also the Director of Research and Education for Swing Catalyst (a video analysis software company that also provides pressure and force plate technology to teachers/coaches in golf). Dr. Lynn has worked with some of the best coaches and players in the world in developing Swing Catalyst and his analysis of the stresses on the body during the golf swing and how this may be used to develop a safer and more effective swing and a golf specific exercise program is helping golfers around the world. Dr. Lynn also works with other sports such as baseball and hockey and is well known for his work with the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks.
157 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
Episode 044: Brent Henley – Caddying beyond ‘Show up, Keep up, & Shut up’, What it’s like to have a 20 year career on the PGA Tour, and the Presidents Cup ‘Aquaman’ story (long version).
Brent Henley (T: @brenthenley FB: @brent.henley.9 IG: @pgacaddy13) has been a caddy on the PGA Tour for more than 20 years. After winning in his very first tour event, he thought life would be easy. After losing his job roughly 4 weeks later he learned life at ‘the Show’ isn’t all glamour and glitz. In this episode Brent speaks to the ups and downs of one of the best jobs in golf, a PGA Tour caddy. He pulls back the curtain so anyone that has wondered, can see what that life entails. The travel, preparation, how are caddies compensated, the excitement you feel in being in the last group and the exhilaration of being in the Presidents Cup. Brent is one of the most liked and well-respected caddies in the game and after listening to this episode you are going to understand why.
200 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
Episode 043: Geoff Mangum – How to fix the number one problem in putting, Reading greens by instinct & science, and why PGA Tour pro’s putting is lacking by 20%
Geoff Mangum (FB: @geoff.mangum, YT: @geoffmangum, W: www.theputtingzone.com) is a Putting Theorist and the worlds leader when it comes to putting. He has spent more than three decades studying and researching everything there is to know about anything associated with this aspect of the game. This is the second time I had Geoff on the show and he never disappoints. Talking to him is like opening a full encyclopedia collection on putting. In this episode we discuss why golfers have trouble aiming the putter correctly (90%+ of golfers of all skill levels cannot do this). How to read greens – both instinctively and scientifically, whichever suits you. Also, why even PGA Tour pros are putting 20% less than their potential. This episode is full of jaw dropping information and everyone is sure to know more about putting after listening. If you would like to read Geoff’s book ‘Optimal Putting: Brain, Science, Instincts, and the Four Skills of Putting’ you can get it HERE.
177 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Episode 042: Charley Hudak – From concept and design to materials and marketability; what makes a great golf shoe, the development of the creative process, and why he loves ice baths.
Charley Hudak (IG: @charleyhudak, FB: @charley.hudak, P: @charleyhudak) is the Senior Designer for COBRA PUMA Golf. He has had an amazing career in the shoe design business where he has designed for many well-known brands such as GREATS, DC Shoes, and AND1. Charley’s love of shoes and design started at a young age but did not take the linear path many believe successful careers take. You could say Charley’s career found him as much as he found it and upon completing his education at the prestigious Industrial Arts Program at the University of Cincinnati his career has seen continual growth and development.
146 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Episode 041: Coach Gil Boesch – What is GOATA, why it’s helping so many, and why ‘re-coding’ maybe the secret to becoming pain free.
Coach Gil; aka Jose Guillermo Boesch (IG: @goata_loco, FB: @goataloco) is the founder of GOATA which stands for Greatest Of All Time Athletes. GOATA Movement, and their training facility GLS Training, is getting a lot of attention from golfers and athletes around the world because it is helping many avoid or overcome injuries that traditional training/therapy methods have fallen short on. If you want to play more golf, lead a more active lifestyle, and continue doing so as you age gracefully then continue reading and definitely listen to this episode. In today’s show Coach Gil, an avid and die-hard golfer, drops some serious truth bombs that sheds light on his; why and how he developed GOATA, why cadaver science and traditional training methods maybe hindering your progress, and what you can do to ‘recode’ your body and system. To learn more about Coach Gil, GOATA Movement, Recode 225, or find a GOATA coach be sure to hit them up on their website -www.goatamovement.com, YouTube channels or simply google GOATA and start your own recode process.
164 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Episode 040: Bryan Gathright – Working with Harvey Penick, teaching the best players in the world, and great stories about four decades spent coaching.
Bryan Gathright (FB: @bryan.gathright.9, IG: @bryangathright) is a Top 100 Instructor that has been helping golfers of all skill levels take their games beyond what they believed they could for decades. In today’s show not only does he discuss the wonderful experience of working with Harvey Penick for years, but what Mr. Penick taught him about his message and how to use words when teaching. Bryan has also worked with several the best players in the world. Household names like Notah Begay III and Jimmy Walker, both multiple winners on the PGA Tour and tells some amazing stories of what that dynamic is like. Bryan has such an easy way about him that it’s impossible not to like him and his reputation throughout the industry is impeccable. If you would like to contact Bryan for a lesson, school, corporate outing or speaking engagement he can best be reached via his website www.bryangathrightgolf.com.
158 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
Episode 039: Chris Sywassink – Learning branding from the PGA Tour, Why failure is often the key to doing something revolutionary, and how knowing your culture is one of the best things any business can ever do.
Chris Sywassink is the owner of Ghost Coast Distillery (FB: @ghostcoastdistillery, IG: @ghostcoastdistillery, P:@ghostcoastdistillery). Located on Indian Street in the Historic District of Savannah, Georgia. Chris and company have made some big waves in the short amount of time they’ve been around. In only four short years they have gone from start-up to consistently winning national taste awards around the country. I recently go to sit down with Chris, at the Ghost Coast Distillery, and discuss all things about the liquor business, why failure is the steppingstone to the revolutionary things they’ve doing, why the city of Savannah is so important to him, and what he learned from being a sponsor of the local PGA Tour’s Korn Ferry event. Whether you’re a fan of the 19th hole and a drink or two after a round of golf, this is one of those shows that is extremely interesting and for some even eye opening.
152 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Episode 038: Chedo (Chad) Popovich – The PXG Experience, How he looks to grow the brand, and How networking can be one of the best things you ever invest in.
Chedo Popovich is the Territory Manager for PXG. He started early in the companies growth as a club fitter/local rep and has worked his way up as PXG continues growing at a phenomenal rate. But he didn’t just magically acquire the know-how, connections, and ability to deliver on PXG’s model of ‘the customer experience’ overnight. His path had a 20 year history of working in the golf business as an assistant professional, Demo specialist, and club fitter at some of the most well respected golf facilities in the Hilton Head area. In this episode you will hear how PXG has changed the industry forever, how he used a lifetime of networking to help his career, and the best part is the friendships he’s made along the way.
180 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Episode 037: George Goich – From bottom to top, a lifetime spent in and around the golf industry. Follow the career of one of the most respected and successful PGA professionals and how he’s turned Flossmoor Golf Club into ‘the’ club to join in th
George Goich is an owner of Flossmoor Golf Club which is located approximately 25 miles south of Chicago. He and his partners (2 of his brothers and a close friend) have created an amazing niche when they purchased then converted Flossmoor from a country club to a golf club. Their focus is on the golf course and experience at a very affordable price. The 100+ year old facility has an amazing history and George is focused on making sure that continues. Prior to becoming an owner, George had worked in every facet of the golf world; bag drop, assistant, Head Professional, and Director of Golf. He has taken clubs from start up to extraordinarily successful all around the country. In addition to his success on the club side of the business, he also had a great playing career that came remarkably close to playing on the PGA Tour. In today’s show he talks about all these things and tells some wonderful stories about celebrities, golf pros, and much more.
123 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Episode 036: Aaron Terrazas – The trajectory of a professional golfer. From child prodigy to collegiate and amateur golf to the PGA.
Aaron Terrazas (FB: @aaron.terrazas.16, T: @aaronterrazas2) is a former member of the Mexican Junior National Team, graduate of the IJGA (International Junior Golf Academy), graduate of UTEP (University of Texas El Paso) where he won multiple NCAA golf tournaments and was an All-Conference selection twice, and current member of the PGA Tour Latin America. In today’s show we follow Aaron’s career along it’s path from beginning to today. From junior prodigy to world renowned academy, from Division I collegiate golf to amateur career, and finally onto his dream of playing golf professionally on one of the major golf tours in the world. His story is just beginning, and he is sure to attain one of his goals of becoming a member of and winning on the PGA Tour. Find out more about his story, the development and trajectory of a child prodigy and stories along the way with this great kid.
123 minutes | Jan 3, 2021
Episode 035: Bob Koepka on Sports and the Koepka Family, How teaching your kids to be a good person is the first step to becoming great at anything, and how failure can become your child’s best teacher.
Bob Koepka may have raised his boys to be champion golfers but first he taught them how to be good people. Teaching and implementing the fundamentals and principles that allow someone to grow, learn and develop was the first step. Allowing them to make mistakes and learn from them was another. In today’s show Bob sheds light on what the Koepka Family did to help Brooks and Chase become the successful individuals and great golfers they are.
135 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Episode 034: Matt Reagan – The Startup, Early Challenges, and Amazing Success of Operation 36
Matt Reagan is the CEO & Co-Founder of Operation 36 (T: @Op36golfacademy IG: @operation_36 FB: @op36golf ) . I have the deepest respect for Matt and his business partner Ryan Dailey for taking their passion; coaching and turning it into a very successful business. They are helping introduce kids and beginners of all ages to the game, teach and allow them to develop into golfers and most importantly have fun in the process. To learn more about Operation 36 or to find a program near you, visit their website at www.operation36.golf.
33 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
Episode 033 - Genesis to Today: What I’ve Learned in a Year of Having a Podcast
This episode doesn’t have any world-renowned guest, coach or speaker. Today’s guest is just me, myself, and I - the host and steward of Golf 360. I shed some light on various parts of the show and answer some of the most commonly asked questions; Why did you get into podcasting? How do you get such interesting guests? Why are episodes so long? My hope is that it gives you a better understanding of what Golf 360 is all about. You can follow us on all major podcast apps; Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Stitcher, etc. We’re also on YouTube (under our golf school name ‘The Golf Paradigm’). You can also listen to all episodes on our website at www.golf360.blog, www.thegolfparadigm.com, and very soon www.golf360podcast.com. Hit us up on social media at any of the following: IG: @golf360podcast, T: @podcast360, FB: @golf360podcast
109 minutes | Dec 6, 2020
Episode 032: Shihan Marinus Hook – The similarities between martial arts and golf, Why he left the golf business, and being inducted into the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame.
Shihan Marinus Hook has spent a lifetime learning. He entered the world of martial arts at age 4 and has been in it for almost five decades. During that time, he has owned his own martial arts school, trained with some of the most famous people in the world; the Gracie’s of BJJ, the Chinese monks, and many others. This has led him to hold numerous black belts with the highest rank being 8th Dan. He also spent several years in the golf business. Starting as many do, as a student of the game, then following that passion into an assistant professional and in alignment with his martial arts teachings he got into golf instruction. He has returned to his roots of teaching martial arts and life’s lessons to those willing to learn and is back in his dojo called Family Tree Karate where their motto is ‘Changing the world one student, one family at a time.’ To learn more about his amazing career, in martial arts and golf, you can do so by listening to this episode and visiting his website (or dojo) Family Tree Karate.
125 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
Episode #031: Krista Dunton – Having the best mentors in the game, Growing up in a sports family, and How to maintain your passion by always looking to learn and improve.
Krista Dunton (T: @kristadunton, FB: @krista.dunton, IG: @krista.dunton) has been a Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor for many years. She has written numerous instructional articles for major golf publications and won teaching awards at almost every level you can think of yet has never stopped learning. She maintains her passion by always looking to improve herself, her students, and anyone else she can help. She is the consummate golf professional and a role model for both young men and women who aspire to become golf professionals or instructors themselves.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2021