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He also uses data collected by Upgame to illustrate the Value of Putting to win tournaments, and the most Important Length of Putt to Practice. Tjaart further explains how Upgame can help golfers get the most out of the Driver and puts the Driving Distance vs Accuracy relationship into context.
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.
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.
Sir Nick Faldo is a Hall of Fame golfer. He has won multiple tournaments on The PGA TOUR, The European Tour and around the world, including 6 Major Championships (3 Masters and 3 Open Championships). He is also one of Europe's leading Ryder Cup team-members and he joins us to elaborate on the golf swing thoughts and feels he employed en route to all of his success.
Marc Leishman (Australia) is a PGA TOUR winner, a former PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year, and a President's Cup International Team-member. A winner around the globe, he has won events on multiple Tours and he shares insights and lessons learned from his journey through the Professional ranks. Marc joins the chat on our podcast and talks about his approach to golf. He addresses, mindset, attitude, being rested for success, how he plays under pressure, playing successfully in the wind, shot-shaping and trajectory control, wedge-play, winning tournaments, and making comebacks and charges.
Max Homa has won tournaments at every level of the game: Amateur, NCAA College, Korn Ferry Tour and The PGA TOUR. He has grown as a player and a person through every level, culminating with his first victory on The PGA TOUR at the Wells Fargo Championship, and he joins us to shares insights and experiences from his career. Max dives into player-coach relationships and managing them properly, playing under pressure, visualization, playing out of a slump, maintaining a good attitude and perspective, practicing efficiently. And he takes some time to roast a few swings off the PGA TOUR!
Sony Open: Mark references how Brendan Steele played a plugged lie in a greenside bunker shot successfully, and he illustrates the lessons you can learn to do so too. Immelman also shows how Cameron Smith navigated a challenging long bunker shot and he shows the things you can copy from the tournament-winner (Smith).
Mark examines tournament-winner Tyler Duncan's golf swing and shows how his stable foot action, and pressure shift, leads to effective swing stability and rotation. Those two elements enhance Duncan's golf swing timing, transition, downswing shaft pitch and ball-striking consistency. Learn how you can improve your footwork to tighten up your downswing and hit better shots.
Bradley Hughes is a former PGA TOUR player and a winner on the global golf stage. Always one of the foremost ball-strikers in the game, he is now one of the leading player instructors on the PGA TOUR. His growing stable of clients includes tournament-winners Russell Knox and Brendan Todd. Bradley prides his teaching on simplicity and a focus on enabling the student to feel and understand what the true golf swing fundamentals are. He discusses his proven approach to turning one's game from negative to positive in this podcast. He shares thoughts on communication, trust and feel. He also addresses a few notable swing myths and misunderstandings of elements in the golf swing, and shares drills how you can ensure you perform certain key moves appropriately. 076b4e4f54