On today's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb ask an important question "Do you hold a bunch of lag on your downswing?"As the season has come to an end, Mike and Shaun answer this question by going over the top 3 common issues or trends that they have seen over the summer to help with lag!So let's dig into the three downswing steepers to avoid in your golf swing!Every swing you make is an opportunity to improve! We hope you enjoy this episode of the Athletic Motion Golf podcast; please remember to rank and review! We appreciate your support so much!
Hank Haney explains why three woods are so difficult to hit today. Hank shares why Dustin Johnson hits a 7-wood instead of a three wood and then gives a take about how the product might change over time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb, as the end of the season is here, they discuss 3 trends that they saw online and in person that are getting golfers in trouble with their Golf Swing!The guys go over what you should start doing NOW, during the off season and into next season to combat some of the trends that you may have tried that could have hurt your swing.We hope you enjoy this episode of the Athletic Motion Golf podcast; please remember to rank and review! We appreciate your support so much!
Mike Gish is the co-Inventor of the TGT Total Golf Trainer, a Jim Mclean certified Master Adaptive Golf Instructor, and one of the leading minds in Golf Instruction. He joins #OntheMark to talk golf instruction and to illustrate how the Total Golf Trainer (TGT) can be used to help rectify all manner of golf swing issues. He shows how the TGT uses Visual and Tactile cues to highlight areas in the swing, and explains drills and fixes to aid in the following faults: Incorrect Wrist Alignments - either Flexion or Extension, Faulty Hip Tilts and Rotation Speeds, Incorrect Swing Planes, Trail Arm Location and Folding errors. Indeed he explains how a little creativity and modification of the TGT can pretty much address any swing flaw. You can also watch how Mike uses the TGT by watching this interview on YouTube - search Mark Immelman.
What made Tiger Woods so good, and allowed him to be above the competition for so long? What was his main weapon or weapons and what made him so strong in the world of golf? Lou shares some amazing stats about Tiger's career that will simply blow you head off.
Study up! PGA TOUR winner Joel Dahmen drops by to drop knowledge for all you amateur golfers. Willie Mack III knows all about that grind. The 34-year old has bounced around mini-tours and the APGA his whole career but has finally earned Korn Ferry Tour status for the coming season. Mack joins the show to discuss what consistent status could mean for his career. Not to mention, legendary golf course architect Tom Doak is stopping by! Tom opens up about his creative process, what inspires him, and more! Joel Dahmen (5:21) Willie Mack III (19:42) Tom Doak (45:49)
50th episode of The Putting Couch...What happens when you miss a 2 foot putt? Along with Jim Grundberg and Ted Gallina, we pull together our podcast team veterans Pat O'Brien and Dr. Bob Winters, to get their fantastic thoughts. What are the physical, technical, emotional, and mental reasons why anyone and everyone will sometimes miss the dreaded 2 footer? Why does it happen? What can we learn from it? How do we keep it from sending our golf game into a tailspin?O'Brien is most well known as the long time putting instructor to Zach Johnson, who has used his SeeMore milled FGP to win 2 Majors, 12 PGA Tour victories, and over $45 million in career earnings. But O'Brien is a teacher and friend to players of all skill levels and you'll love getting to know him as a regular contributor to “The Putting Couch” podcast! O'Brien is the Director of Instruction at Lakewood Country Club in Dallas, TX and is SeeMore Putter Company's Global Ambassador. For more information on O'Brien visit Pat O'Brien On Golf.Dr. Winters is one of the world's foremost experts on performance improvement and in this episode he shares insights on how players of all levels can improve their putting through understanding the role that great confidence, great attitude, and great training and preparation play. It only seems that putting is about 90% mental and 90% physical! Dr. Bob will have you understanding so much about your own putting game that you will feel that he is talking right to you! To find out more information about Dr. Bob Winters. Click HERE."The Putting Couch", presented by SeeMore Putter Company, is a podcast where any golfer can listen to anything and everything about putting. Putting is 40% of the game and the fastest way to lower scores. You will be amazed at how much you learn from these podcasts! Sit back, relax and listen to some great and fun information. "The Putting Couch" is the first golf podcast exclusively devoted to all things Putting.
On today's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb go over one of the most difficult things about trying to improve your golf swing.The guys ask a very important question: Do you spend too much time trying to mimic swings you see other golfers do on your quest to find your that perfect swing? They cover perfect examples on how GEARS 3D motion capture can isolate your movements and narrow down on areas of your swing you need to work on that may be missed by the naked eye. They also discuss how 3D Motion Capture plus weight distribution / movement and having the right "feel" combine to create the perfect recipe for a great golf swing.We hope you enjoy this episode of the Athletic Motion Golf podcast; please remember to rank and review! We appreciate your support so much!
Ben Griffin might not have won in Bermuda, but he sure taught us a thing or two about what it means to be a winner! A year removed from his comeback to pro golf after burnout and financial hardship forced him into early retirement, he held a 54-hole lead on the PGA TOUR! Seamus Power might have gotten the better of him on Sunday, but we dive into his story. A winner on the LPGA Tour, Austin Ernst joins the program to discuss her upcoming appearance on Golf Channel Academy! And after she's done spouting wisdom for your golf game, world-renowned swing coach Chris Como comes along to give us a preview of his new instructional show on GolfPass: Ask Chris Como! Not to mention Beth Ann Nichols swings by as well to discuss news and notes from the LPGA, including a shocking coaching shake-up from one of the world's best. Austin Ernst (31:45)Chris Como (38:51)
On today's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb go over the most common question that they hear at the end of a lesson…“What Should I Work on when I Practice?”How much time do you have per week to practice your swing? An hour? Maybe two? A lot of us aren't fortunate to have a lot of time to work on our game, so we need to make the most of it when we do have some time to practice!The guys cover where you should spend you time to improve your scores as quickly as possible! From focusing on driving the ball off the Tee to how to embrace your short game! They detail the areas of your game you should focus your attention on and so much more!We hope you enjoy this episode of the Athletic Motion Golf podcast; please remember to rank and review! We appreciate your support so much!
On today's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb pick up on last podcast's discussion of the differences in Pro movements vs AM movements.And dive deeper into the false impression golfer's suffer from of thinking they lack the youth, body, or strength to make professional quality movements in their golf swing. Mike and Shun dive into the realities of how EASY it actually is to make Pro golf swing moves...... and how easy it will be for YOU as we continue to change the framing and ideology around pro golf moves for amateur players.We hope you enjoy this episode of the Athletic Motion Golf podcast; please remember to rank and review! We appreciate your support so much!
Join PGA of America members John Gerber, Chris Bussell, and Brady Hawxhurst, alongside host Timm "IndyCarTim" Hamm as they recap last week's Zozo Championship and discuss Keegan Bradley's big win, then preview this week's CJ Cup. They'll discuss betting opportunities and odds, and of course offer Johnny's winning picks. Presented by The Highlands Performance Golf Center - North Dallas' Premier Golf Practice Facility with over 65 grass tees, 2 practice putting surfaces, a short game area, and an 18-hole mini-golf course with both par 3's and par 4's. And with covered and heated tees it's the best place to practice your game year-round. Give them a call at 972-733-4111 or check them out on the web at www.HighlandsPGC.com Also presented by BetUS.com - Bet with the 3-Decade leader, BetUS! Join now for a 125% bonus with promo code DSP125 or a 200% bonus with crypto with promo code DSP200, and bet sports, casinos, horses, pop culture, & more at BetUS.com. You bet, you win, you get paid. BetUS - https://bit.ly/DSPMediaBetUS PLEASE: * Like the video * Subscribe to the channel * Leave us a comment You can follow this podcast and others like it at https://www.DSPMediaOnline.com #pgatour #pga #shrinerchildrensopen #shriners #golf #betting #gambling #zozochampionship
Dragon Golf Instruction can help you take your game to the next level. Headquartered at Trails End Golf Center in Oregon, Dragon Golf can help in all aspects of your game including full swing analysis, putting, chipping and sand game. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText, Meurig Morgan gives us an overview of Dragon Golf, explains where the name and logo came from. talks about all the training aids he's using, and shares his philosophy on what makes his students better. He also helps me realign my expectations on the first tee and highlights Trails End Golf Center. This was an unforgettable conversation and an honor having My on this show. Let's tee off.
TP updates us on how things are going in Southwest Florida in the wake of Hurricane Ian. We hear about how the recovery is going for local residents plus the trickle impact on the local golf scene. Many golf courses won't recover because bermuda grass can't tolerate the salt water dumped on them from the surge. Local PGA Professionals are looking at a very difficult Winter season without golf courses to teach on. Matthew Laurance starred in the movie Eddie & the Cruisers. He shares the story of a very cool recent event where they showed the movie at a local historic theater in Lexington, Kentucky. The event was used to help raise money for victims of the flooding in Eastern Kentucky. Matthew also didn't hold back his hatred when we discussed LIV Golf. Hal Sutton and I started out by talking about his new golf course design project. We also hear which designers have influenced him. I asked Hal about the burden of expectation placed on him as a young player and what he would say to Tom Kim to help him deal with that. Hal joined my guest from last week, Tony Ruggiero, on Tony's podcast Tour Coach and they had one of the most important golf conversations that I've heard in a long time. We recap that conversation which included focusing on our bad shots instead of our good ones and how some players place blame on everybody else instead of taking responsibility for their own golf games when things go wrong. Ross Greenburg has won over 100 major television awards over the course of his career. We talk about the movie he did along with Billy Crystal titled "61" about the 1961 homerun record chase between Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. We also talk about 3 other films he's done: "Extra Innings From 9/11...20 Years Later", the Disney movie "Miracle" about the 1980 US Hockey Team, and "Jack Nicklaus, Making of a Champion."
In this podcast, we're going to show you how to break 80 in golf. This is a simple guide that will help you lower your score and play better golf. We'll cover the three most important aspects of breaking 80: your swing, your short game, and your putting. We'll also give you some tips on how to stay focused on the course and shoot lower scores.
On today's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb discuss how one of the most common questions or comments they receive is that older or formerly injured golfers state that they can't perform pro moves. They're too old or don't have the flexibility or capability to perform these pro golf movements. The guys debunk this myth for nearly all golfers UNLESS you suffer from very serious injuries or are wearing a cast on your arm, haha. You're fully capable of making most pro swing moves right now as it's simply a series of simple movements done at the right time, toss in a little speed, and you're playing some great golf. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Athletic Motion Golf podcast; please remember to rank and review! We appreciate your support so much!
Lou Stagner shares with TeamHackItOutGolf crew Mark Crossfield and Greg Chalmers some of his DMs via Twitter. If you want a laugh at what golf twitter can make of maths and a STATHOLE, this is the Podcast for you. Lou shares some of his best and worse direct messages as we break down what they mean and who might be getting this golf thing a little confused.
Hank Haney shares how he helped someone go from the worst slice he's ever seen to hooking the ball. Hank also explains why you should see somebody else for instruction if you aren't seeing immediate results.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Tour Player & Broadcaster Mark Lye, Top Instructor Tom Patri, Retired Army Infantryman & 39 Year Old College Golfer Jonathan Shuskey, & Host of Tour Coach Podcast Tony Ruggiero Join Me...
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb are busting myths about the golf swing! In this continuing series of Myth Busters, we go over Casting!This week we discuss the popular myth of keeping the bend in your arm during your downswing to avoid Casting. Our goal is to give you proper feedback about these overly popular golf swing myths as we discuss them in detail, so they no longer plague your swing!We hope you enjoy this week's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast! Please don't forget to leave a 5 star review and a comment if you enjoyed this episode! We have more Myth Busters to come! See you next time!
In this episode, I'm joined by: former PGA Tour Pro now fantastic Host of The Charlie Rymer Golf Show Charlie Rymer, the Founder of Sports Geeks Radio Network in Wisconsin, Chris Carter, former Billy Joel Band Drummer Liberty DeVitto, and Sqairz Golf Founder Bob Winskowicz. Charlie shares his year-long battle with stage 3 colon cancer. We hear how the doctors discovered, the treatment and surgeries he went through, and how he ultimately rang the bell for being cancer free. We also talk about some of the recent episodes of his show featuring guests Paige Spiranac and John Daly. Chris Carter talks about the great courses they have up there beyond Whistling Straits and Erin Hills. He also shares his thoughts on why LIV Golf is good for professional golf and the fans. Listening to Liberty DeVitto was one of the most fun segments of the year. We hear how his love for the drums started when he was 1 1/2 beating on the pots and pans in the kitchen and when he saw the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, that cemented his desire to be a musician. Liberty tells us about what it was like traveling with Billy to play in Cuba and Russia. We hear the funny story of how he ended up playing with Paul McCartney, how much he and the band hated Just The Way You Are, and thought that Scenes From An Italian Restaurant was too long. He also talks about their concerts at Yankee Stadium and on New Year's Eve 1999 at Madison Square Garden. Bob Winskowicz updates us on the tremendous growth of Sqairz Golf this year. We hear why you should throw away any golf shoes that you can twist in your hands. We hear why Sqairz gives you greater stability which leads to more distance and greater accuracy. Bob worked with Arnold Palmer for years at Mr. Palmer's golf company, and he tells how Mr. Palmer's principle of "what's in it for the consumer" is at the forefront of everything they do at Sqairz.
Do not let 1st tee nerves hurt your golf game; team HACKITOUTGOLF are talking 1st tee nerves and how to enjoy, control, and get the most from those emotions. Play your best golf and make sure you are enjoying it at the same time.
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Jim McLean has grown to become one of the most renowed golf instructors in the world. With seven Jim McLean Golf School campuses around the world he strives to lower the scores of novices and tour pros alike. But having grown up just across the street from the 10th green it all started back at Rainier Golf and Country Club, where his first practice strokes were into the side netting of the range as he picked up range balls. Hear his amazing story today on The Summit.
On this episode, I'm joined by Top Instructor Tom Patri, PGA Tour VP of Product Development Allison Fillmore, and Brenda Calcavecchia, Mark's wife, caddie, and by his own admission, funnier half. Tom Patri shares his thoughts on some of the all-time great swings, players like Sam Snead, Fred Couples, Tom Weiskopf, Tom Purtzer, and Adam Scott. On the opposite side of that coin, Tom talks about how you go about fixing it when a player with an unorthodox swing starts to struggle. I also get Tom's thoughts on Sergio withdrawing from the BMW Championship and showing up on the sidelines at the Texas/Alabama game. Plus, we get a lesson on how to make sure our setup and alignment are correct. Be sure to subscribe to Tom's channel on YouTube to get over 300 free video lessons. It was great having Allison Fillmore back on the show. She catches us up on the great things she's been doing over the past year since she was last on the show. We hear about her new role as PGA Tour VP of Product Development. She tells why it's good business to partner with sports organizations. She also talks about what it was like for her to return to her previous stomping grounds at East Lake Country Club for the Tour Championship and the exciting Sunday she got to see firsthand at the tournament. Brenda Calcavecchia was a hoot. She tells the story of how she met Mark at the 2001 Memorial Tournament and what led to them starting to date. We hear why she decided to start caddying for Mark, the things she can get away with saying to him that would get other caddies fired, their amazing experience this year at The Open Championship when they got to wave goodbye to the fans from the Swilken Bridge, and their life RV'ing from tournament to tournament.
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb are busting myths about the golf swing! In this continuing series of Myth Busters, we go over External Rotation to Shallow Your Swing.This week we discuss the many “myths” of shallowing the golf club. We discuss the “why” and the “how” of Shallowing your Golf Swing and we go over the "right way" as well! There are many myths that that really challenge how you think about the golf swing. Our goal is to give you proper feedback about these myths as we discuss them in detail.We hope you enjoy this week's episode of Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast! Please don't forget to leave a 5 star review and a comment if you enjoyed the this episode of the many Myth Buster topics to come!
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb are busting myths about the golf swing! In this continuing series of Myth Busters, we' re talking about Max Rotation for Max Distance.This week we discuss the idea and the myths that come with wanting to hit the ball harder to get the max distance! We look at how to move your body, your shoulders and the speed of your swing and which “myths” may be hurting or helping the distance you get from that swing!We hope you enjoy this week's episode! Please don't forget to leave a 5 star review and a comment if you enjoyed the first of many Myth Buster topics to come!
Nick Biondi is a former Touring (PGA Tour) Professional who has stepped away from playing full-time and taken up teaching golf. He parlays his competitive playing experience into his instruction and works with golfers from Beginning to Elite skill levels. Nick is fast becoming a leading mind in the industry and he joins "On the Mark" to help you improve your golf. The elements he addresses have a holistic nature about them and this conversation will help you improve mentally, emotionally and physically. Specifically he focuses on a few items from a golf instruction manuscript he is writing. The Topics are as follows: - Decide Who You Want to Be as a Golfer - Putting Consistently - Chipping and Pitching for Lower Scores - Don't Be Afraid to Be Great - Who is the Best Teacher for You and What Makes the Best Teachers Great. Within those headlines he talks about Managing the Struggle and the tough times when the game is in a slump, Managing Expectations, Self Talk and a Positive Attitude. PLEASE NOTE this podcast is not available as a Vodcast on YouTube.
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb are busting myths about the golf swing! In this continuing series of Myth Busters, we go over Tempo and Speed.When you step up to the tee box, we often wonder how fast we should start, what position we should start in, and think “Why am I doing the things I am doing…Am I doing things wrong?” Join us as we really dig into the sequence of great swings and how you can apply it to your swing!We hope you enjoy this week's episode! Please don't forget to leave a 5 star review and a comment if you enjoyed the first of many Myth Buster topics to come!
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb are busting myths about the golf swing!Myths that are holding most players back in regards to their golf swing.So much of golf education is just passed down knowledge and theory. You know, "learning it from a friend who learned it from a friend,"... This generational game of "telephone" that you may not even realize that you may be stuck in could be hindering your swing. We reveal these myths to you and how to make adjustments to improve your swing!We hope you enjoy this week's episode! Please don't forget to leave a 5 star review and a comment if you enjoyed the first of many Myth Buster topics to come!
In this episode, I'm joined by 1984 Olympic Gold Medal Figure Skater Scott Hamilton and LIV Golf's Chief Events Officer Ron Cross. Scott details his lifelong battle with cancer that he learned started at birth. Scott stopped growing at 4 years old and doctor after doctor either couldn't figure out why or misdiagnosed him. At one point his parents were told he had 6 months to live following a misdiagnosis of a disease he didn't have. Throughout his life, he's battled testicular cancer and an ongoing brain tumor that continues to shrink and grow to this day. Hear about his battle with the disease while simultaneously reaching the summit of men's figure skating. Ron Cross answers all the questions we've been asking ourselves about LIV Golf. What do you say to the naysayers about where the money comes from?Will the Saudi's get tired of spending the money 2 years from now and shut LIV Golf down?Is team franchise ownership the model for how they will make money?Are more guys set to jump to LIV following the Tour Championship?Is a network TV on the horizon for next year?Is there a way for LIV and the PGA Tour to work together?Will there be a Women's LIV Golf Tour? Hear his answers to these questions plus his growth in the game from tournament volunteer to various VP roles he had with the PGA Tour.
Grant Field is a leading global golf instructor. Based in Australia he has a large stable of professional clients headlined by Cam Smith (2022 PLAYERS Champion and 2022 Open Champion). Grant joins us to talk about game improvement and using the ever-growing and popular medium of Online and Digital Golf Lessons. He shares his keys to success including: Finding the appropriate teacher, Frequency of lessons, and Simplifying and Stripping away the unnecessary. Grant also levels advice for Golf Instructors and talks about: Patience and respecting time, Searching for "new teaching stuff" and managing trends, Using technology constructively, Management of student expectations, and Visible and Non-visible skills. As a bonus, Grant takes you inside the ropes and shares insider information on what he and Cameron Smith work on. He shares lessons on Putting, Wedge play, Iron play and trajectory and clubhead speed control. This podcast will surely empower you to make smart decisions on instructors and technique, develop your game and lower your scores.
We are talking about the US Amateur and how important this event can be for golfers. If you want to see hungry, talented golfers who are the future of the professional ranks, then the Amateur championships could hold all the future legacy you want.
In this episode, I'm joined by Top Instructor Tom Patri, 1989 Open Champion Mark Calcavecchia, & Jon Goin, Owner of Timber Truss Golf Course in Olive Branch, Mississippi. TP shares his disappointment about LIV Golf and the impact it's having on the game. As we wait to hear the details about the players-only meeting Tiger Woods earlier in the day, we speculate on what he might have been sharing. We also talk about whether it's time for the PGA Tour to at least reimburse players for their expense money if they don't make the cut. Since they seem to have more cash than they've let on, should players get reimbursed for their travel, lodging, food, and caddie expenses if they don't make the cut? Mark Calcavecchia shares his experiences from playing in his final Open Championship a few weeks ago. We hear what it was like to stand on the Swilken Bridge and make that final wave to the fans that we've seen so many legendary players make. Mark also shares his thoughts on LIV Golf and what he might have said had Greg Norman presented him with this opportunity during his prime. Jon Goin updates us on all the great things going on at his course Timber Truss. Jon always puts the emphasis on how to create fun experiences first and then providing a great golf course to play. He talks about their use of single rider Finn Scooters that ramp up the fun as well as the pace of play. We hear about the family friendly simulators they have available year-round. Jon was also the Head Golf Professional and General Manager at TPC Southwind for several years. Southwind is the site of the FedEx/St. Jude Classic. Jon shares his thoughts about this year's tournament and Will Zalatoris getting his first PGA Tour win.
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb continue the discussion from last week golfers keeping their elbows together…In this episode, they discuss keeping your knees together as a foundational element of the golf swing from a technique standpoint and how it has a massive influence on your swing!Enjoy this weeks episode, and don't forget to leave that 5 star review and a comment if you're enjoying our training content!It really helps us out!
Teague Balen (Canada) is a bright young mind in golf instruction. Formerly a member of the “Course Kings” stable of golf instructors, Balen adopts a fresh and thought-leading approach to game improvement. He joins “On the Mark” to address Golf, Golf Instruction and Technique and an important, and unaddressed topic, that of Time Management. Specifically the time spent Pre-and-Post Round, in Practice and Preparation, and importantly Between Golf Shots. He delves into the subject by elaborating and sharing insights on Thought Management and Focus, Emotional and Mental Behavior and Control, Breathing for Relaxation and Focus, and Pre-and-Post Shot Routines and Consistent Timing. Remember, the lion's share of a round of golf is spent between shots; so learning how to manage oneself and one's thoughts is an important element to lowering scores and better performance.
The SeeMore TOUR team invites PGA Professional, Ben Pellicani, to the "couch" to discuss his putting thoughts. Pellicani talks about "How Do You Practice and How Do You Play and How Do Those Two Marry Together....on the putting green." Continue to listen to see what 3 things he says on how to become a GREAT putter. Ben Pellicani, PGA professional, has a long history of teaching and coaching players. Starting as one of the country's youngest Director of Instruction at Chartwell G&CC in Maryland at age 25 before heading to the Mike Bender Golf Academy where he was the first head coach of the MBGA Elite junior development program. While at MBGA his students claimed over 30 junior titles. After his stint at MBGA he headed to Nashville to be the Associate Head Coach of Lipscomb University helping the program reach new milestones as the Bisons qualified for the NCAA DI postseason twice as a team with at-large bids, once reaching the national championship and helping to guide an All-American selection all firsts for the university. Ben is now a full time instructor in the Nashville area where his students range from aspiring junior golfers, recreational players to tour players. He is recognized by Golf Digest as a “Best in State” and “Best Young Teacher in America” golf instructor since 2017, and Middle TN Teacher of the year by the TN Section in 2019. Find out more and contact Pellicani - CLICK HERE.
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb discuss a trend that has become increasingly popular through the years with Keeping the Elbows Together. Trends come and go and we dive into what exactly they are and how it can effect your game. No two players are the same and we LOVE learning about you, your history as a player and help you learn how to know yourself and what trends may be right for you.Enjoy this weeks episode, and don't forget to leave that 5 star review and a comment if you're enjoying the content! It really helps us out!
855: Karl Morris at TheMindFactor.com is a well respected Mental Game coach for many PGA Touring players and the co-author with Gary Nicol of a trio of golf improvement books. Their latest is “The Lost Art of the Short Game”. In this week's conversation we discuss what golfers are missing about being happy, his mentors, and how to get into a better head space to play better golf. This week on Golf Smarter Mulligans #171. Our featured guest is John Kantarski, a coach at the Hank Haney Golf Schools who is also a left handed golfer and has great insights on how lefties can be better golfers. Last week's Mulligans episode #170 was delayed but is now available for streaming. Become a Golf Smarter Ambassador by introducing our next episode! For your effort you'll receive a choice of prizes including a Glove + Glove Compartment from RedRoosterGolf.com. where you can choose from 11 styles of gloves in 26 sizes! Write to GolfSmarterPodcast@gmail.com and we'll assign you an episode number and a brief script to record for the intro of the show. In addition to sharing your home course, you now have the opportunity to offer your favorite Golf Smarter lesson, episode, insight or teacher. Thanks to RedRoosterGolf.com for giving a new glove to every Golf Smarter Ambassador who introduces an upcoming episode!
Hank Haney shares a story about how a subscriber and hater of the one-shot-slice-fix reached out and explained that the product didn't work for him, so Hank decided to do something about it. Check out the podcast to find out what happened.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Hank Haney runs through several reasons why you might be mishitting your driver and then he offers fixes to improve your shot off the tee.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the Podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb discuss what the most exciting parts of teaching the game of golf!Seeing HOW students improve and get to know their playing style and skills as they improve! Everyone plays different, so it's always fun to see how you move around the course and your own unique play style! A question we often are asked is: Is having a great swing the only method that is needed to be a great player?” Lets dive in and discuss 3 different SKILLS you need to improve to play your best golf: Swing Skills, Technical Skills and Playing Skills.Enjoy this weeks episode, and don't forget to leave that 5 star review and a comment if you're enjoying the content! It really helps us out!
Today on Athletic Motion Golf: the podcast. Mike Granato and Shaun Webb of Athletic Motion Golf bring you something a little different! We're going to look at the BEST golf instruction and golf advice given by THE GREATS. We know there is endless advice all over the internet from incredible players, but we want to show you how to receive and use that advice. We will take a look at it objectively and show you exactly how to apply it to your own game. Let's get to work breaking down some of the BEST golf advice from the best to ever play the game!Please rate and review AMG: the podcast so we know how we're doing! We appreciate your support!
In today's podcast, Mike Granato and Shaun Webb of Athletic Motion Golf cover the difficulties of working on your golf swing, by yourself, whether it be with the help of random lessons every once in awhile or researching online. How can you Accurately diagnose what you need to work on? From downswings to Impact, what can you do to help yourself improve your swing. It's all covered, AND MORE in this episode of Athletic Motion Golf, the podcast!
Team HackItOutGolf are talking about real improvements on the golf course and can real everyday golfers move the needle and play better golf. Simple golf tips and ideas for regular golfers wanting to change how they play golf.