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On the Mark Golf Podcast
47 minutes | 4 days ago
Jon Adler Helps You Develop a Balanced Mind for Better Golf
Jon Adler is a British golf performance coach, a TOUR coach and the author of two golf improvement books. He joins "On the Mark to help you get out of your own way and ensure that the best version of you shows up each time you play. Specifically Jon dives into: Playing your best when it matters; Being less frustrated when on-course; Developing a calm mind; Anxiety and Fear and their effect on performance. He also talks about "embracing the certainty of uncertainty" and "the art of relaxed concentration". Further he addresses "Silent Meditation" and dealing with "Mental Interference".
52 minutes | 12 days ago
Gavin Grenville Wood on Success in Competitive Golf for Parents and Juniors
Gavin Grenville-Wood is a British PGA Professional and the Head of Junior Education for Leadbetter Golf. With over 25 years of teaching experience and involvement with junior golfers of all levels he is uniquely qualified to advise golfers and parents on navigating the journey through golf development and competition. He shares personal anecdotes as a father and coach. He expressly advises on: Goal Setting, the Line between Pushing and Motivating, Setting Expectations, Practice, and Handling Disappointment. He also talks about skills to make your best score without your best game, inspiring creativity in practice and on-course and developing skills and technique.
45 minutes | 18 days ago
Steve Scott Helps You Unlock the Competitor Within
Steve Scott is the PGA Head Professional of The Outpost Club and Founder of the Silver Club Golfing Society. A former PGA TOUR professional he now teaches, writes and announces for PGA Tour Live and Golf Channel. Steve join us to revisit his epic 1996 US Amateur Final against Tiger Woods. He discusses competitiveness and shares tips on how you can direct your focus, talent and emotion to get the most out of your competitive instinct. He also addresses defining winds and dealing with failure, risk and reward, taking lessons from wins and losses, and preparation for success.
40 minutes | 24 days ago
Ian Baker-Finch Shares Insights and Lessons from The Masters
Ian Baker-Finch is an Open Champion and multiple winner on the PGA TOUR. Now an announcer (17th Hole Tower) and analyst for CBS Sports he has unique and worthy insights into the professional game and he joins us to share his take on the 2021 Masters. Ian shares lessons on putting, pitching and chipping, the iron game and approach shots, course management and strategy and he also talks about playing under pressure, and how to deal with a big lead and close out tournaments. In his examples he references Hideki Matsuyama, Will Zalatoris, Jordan Spieth, and Nick Faldo.
43 minutes | a month ago
Mike Stachura Advises on How to Get the Right Clubs in Your Hands
Mike Stachura is the Senior Editor at Golf Digest. He has been on staff since 1992 and leads the massive endeavor that is the Golf Digest (Equipment) Hot List. Mike joins "On the Mark" to explain the Hot List and its purpose. He also addresses the importance of, the value of, and how to be properly fitted for golf clubs. Further, he talks about power off the tee, swing speed and Drivers. He contrasts Long Irons vs Hybrids/Utility Clubs and Blades vs Game Improvement Irons. He also talks Wedges and Putters.
30 minutes | a month ago
Mark Immelman with Lessons from Augusta National and The Masters
In our 500th podcast, host Mark Immelman walks you through some shots required around the famed Augusta National Golf Club in The Masters. Mark addresses shots required off the tee and how certain shot shapes are rewarded. He also talks about avoiding a left-miss, which is crucial to avoiding big numbers at The Masters. He also talks about the challenge of playing iron shots off uneven lies and shows what you can do to strike those better. He addresses good greenside pitching and shares a chipping lesson from 1987 Masters champ, Larry Mize. Finally, Mark shares lag and short putting insights referencing Masters Champion, Tiger Woods. With regard to the mental game, Mark shares wisdom from Bobby Jones and a course management tip from Patrick Cantlay.
36 minutes | a month ago
Dottie Pepper Shares Lessons for a Life in Golf
Dottie Pepper is a LPGA golf professional and winner of 17 tournaments including 2 Majors, The Nabisco Dinah Shore (The ANA Inspiration). Dottie is now an announcer for CBS Sports and has called countless events including The Masters, The Open and The PGA. She joins us to talk about her book release "Letters to a Future Champion." She shares countless insights, and the "Forbidden Material" she got from her lifelong golf coach, George Pulver. Lessons include tips on: The Golf Swing, Resilience and Attitude, Preparedness and Planning, Time Management, Mental Focus and Avoiding Distraction, the right Golf Equipment and Winning Tournaments. Dotties also shares some anecdotes from her career as a player like stories about Hall-of-Famers Tony Lema, Kathy Whitworth and Judy Rankin.
41 minutes | a month ago
Kristi Block Brings Drills and Exercises for Better Mobility and Pain Reduction
Kristi Block is a Canadian physiotherapist at Stapleford Health & Rehab Centre. A former competitive volleyball player she understands human movement and injury prevention. Kristi joins us to help you to better, pain-free movement and golf. Specifically she discusses better posture for wellness and for golf. She also systematically goes through the entire body from the neck, shoulders and back to the extremities and shares insights and simple exercises and movements to alleviate pain and promote well-being. Kristi also addresses nerve pain, including sciatica and talks about stretches to alleviate discomfort
40 minutes | 2 months ago
Jeff Pelizzaro on Getting Fit and Strong for Better Golf
Jeff Pelizzaro has been in golf his entire life and a golf fitness, strength and conditioning coach for the last 10 years. He and his partner started 18STRONG in 2014 and have been helping golfers of all skill levels (incl. PGA TOUR players) to better strength and physical well-being ever since. Jeff joins our podcast to share their mantra and philosophy on health and fitness as they pertain to overall well-being, and golf. In doing so he addresses strong posture for better, powerful golf swings. He also shares his "blueprints" for: Daily motion, mobility, flexibility and strength routines, fat-loss, pre-round stretches and warm-ups, the cycle to better health and good, strong golf bodies.
54 minutes | 2 months ago
Kiel Alderink on How to Figure Out Your Golf Personality
Kiel Alderink is a PGA Professional and a Golf Digest Top Teacher Under 40 in America. An expert in "Mental Golf Types" he joins us to discuss the different personalities of all golfers and what approaches you can take to identify yours, and how you can modify your work to maximize your talents and skills. Kiel talks about "Intuitive" and "Sensory" type personalities and how they perceive and focus. He also talks about variability in learning and getting in the "zone" and includes PGA TOUR player examples such as Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.
45 minutes | 2 months ago
Oli Leett Helps You to Read Greens Well and Make More Putts
Oli Leett is a British Golf Professional, golf instructor and putting coach. He runs the "Leett Putting Hub" and he joins "On the Mark to help you to make more putts and lower your scores. Oli shares his unique journey through the game and how he has to overcome a physical obstacle to excel as he motivates you to make the most of your situation. He also addresses: Putter Fitting, Putter Styles and their influence on the stroke, Green Reading, a good Mindset and Productive Practice including Maintenance and Performance.
46 minutes | 2 months ago
Marty Jertson on the Environmental Factors that Influence Distance Control
Marty Jertson is a PGA Professional and the Director of Product Development for Ping. Marty is credited with the design of many of the company's golf clubs, and is listed on over 125 patents. Marty joins On the Mark for a second time, and this time he addresses the many environmental factors that influence the distance of a golf shot. Whilst showing real-life examples from Major Championships and PGA TOUR events he elaborates on wind, temperature, lies of the golf ball incl. flyer lies in the rough and ball contact. Marty also talks about clubhead speed and ball-speed and how you can maximise those with club-fitting.
48 minutes | 2 months ago
Erik Anders Lang on Lessons Learned during His Global Travels
Erik Anders Lang is a documentary filmmaker. He has worked as protégé of Dave Chapelle. He has produced documentaries and behind the scenes content for various major companies, and now produces content for Random Golf Films and the PGA TOUR. His work has him travel over 130000 miles per year and he joins us to share anecdotes and tales from his sojourns, lessons he has learned, outlandish experiences enjoyed and wisdom accumulated. He speaks about golf, mindfulness, the Law of Intentions and purpose-driven focus.
48 minutes | 2 months ago
Activate Your Glutes and Power Up Your Golf Swing with Carolina Romero
Carolina Romero is a former NCAA College golfer (Univ. of South Florida) who is now a Fitness Trainer (Fit Golfer Girl). She is a Certified Personal Trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM as and also a TPI Certified Golf Fitness Specialist. Carolina joins "On the Mark" to help you to a powerful and pain-free golf swing. She highlights the glutes as the most powerful muscle in the swing and shares exercises to help you activate and strengthen them. She also talks about back and spinal health and shares exercises to reduce back pain and build a powerful and repeating pivot.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
John Glenn Explains Colour Path Golf and How it can Help You
John Glenn is a British PGA Professional and a former Lead Golf Instructor at The Grove. He is now involved with Colour Path Golf. John joins us to introduce Colour Path Golf's approach to game improvement, concept understanding and instruction and how you can use it to improve your golf. Colour Path Golf can be used by instructors and learners and it touches every facet of the game from the long game through the short game. John describes the colors, their intrinsic meaning, how they are used to direct focus, intent and learning. He also illustrates exercises and drills to improve swing path, clubface alignment, sequencing, timing and tempo.
40 minutes | 3 months ago
Dr. Patrick Cohn Delves into Why Golfers Choke Under Pressure
Dr. Patrick Cohn is a respected Sports Psychologist and the founder/president of Peak Performance Sports. Thanks to his research and work with high level athletes, sports psychology experts consider him to be the leading authority on pre-performance and pre-shot routines. Dr. Cohn joins us to discuss why golfers sometimes choke and he shares ways to navigate the challenges of playing under pressure. He addresses: Pre-round and pre-shot routines for success; the errors golfers make; perfectionism, reframing mistakes, and mental imagery including planning, programming and execution.
39 minutes | 3 months ago
Lt. Col. Dan Rooney Helps You Live Your Best Life and Play Your Best Golf
Lt. Col. Dan Rooney is an Air Force Fighter Pilot, a PGA Golf Professional, an Author and the Founder of "Folds of Honor". Dan joins "On the Mark" to talk about his life as a pilot and golf professional and some lessons he has learned along the way. He also dives into his new book, "Fly Into the Wind" and shares how you can harness faith and fearlessness on your ascent to greatness as a person and a golfer. Dan shows how you can navigate the path to fulfillment and the achievement of your goals by changing yourself for the better.
53 minutes | 3 months ago
Adam Young Contrasts Skill and Technique and Shares Drills to Improve Both
Adam Young is one of the leading minds in the game. The author of “The Practice Manual – The Ultimate Guide for Golfers” he is a truly holistic golf coach and He joins "On the Mark" for the second time to share his insights. The discussion pivots around the concept of Skill vs. Technique. He embellishes on the differences between the two areas of improvement and drills down on how to develop skills through drills. He also talks about methods like Reverse Engineering to improve technique and feel.
51 minutes | 3 months ago
Mike Granato and Sean Webb Highlight "The 10 Biggest Golf Swing Killers"
Mike Granato and Sean Webb are partners in "Athletic Motion Golf" (AMG). Together they have done tons of research and compiled 3D data on thousands of golfers, including PGA TOUR Professionals. AMG's mission is to identify the athletic principles PGA Tour players use to help make golf more enjoyable for regular golfers. They join us to highlight 10 moves that wreck golf swings incl.: Set-up errors, backswing errors, clubface orientation misunderstandings, and pivot, trail-arm and hip action mistakes.
40 minutes | 3 months ago
Brady Riggs Busts a few Myths and Helps You to Better Golf
Brady Riggs is a Golf Magazine Top 100 instructor and the Director of Instruction at The Golf Hale - Four Seasons Hualālai. He works with golfers of all stations in the game including PGA TOUR players and he joins us to share his insights into game improvement. In doing so he busts a few myths about golf and the golf swing. He addresses: Swing speed/timing vs "getting quick", Pausing at the top of the swing, Putting and distance control, Club selection around the greens, Perceptions of "good" with PGA TOUR comparisons, Bunker play, Shaping shots, and Squaring the face.
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