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.