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<p>477: We conclude our three episode review of interesting items found at this year’s PGA Merchandise Show with Matt Zarilla, an independent Product Representative that focuses on accessories. You may buy anywhere between three to six sets of clubs in your golf lifetime, but what about bags, push/pull ...
<p>476: Just because most Touring Pros use them and their huge marketing budget, is the Titleist ProV1 and ProV1x the best ball for the amateur golfer? TJ Gillen of Titleist introduces us to the all new ProV1 and ProV1x and makes some pretty compelling arguments on how these balls can make you a better ...
<p>475: Too often we come up short of the green because of poor club selection. It’s not just mechanics, it’s not knowing how far we hit each club. This week, Terry Koehler, CEO of the all new Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company joins us to discuss how to improve our long iron play. We also hear from ...
<p>474: Class A Australia PGA Professional Josh Willard joins us to discuss simple ways to reach new success. As close as we sometimes get to reaching our lowest score, cracking the barrier to break 100 - 90 - or 80 eludes us all too often. </p>

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<p>473: Jim Waldron of the Balance Point Golf Schools returns to remind us of the absolute basics that are critical for a great golf swing. Jim also ends the episode with a great tip on alignment. We'll now end each episode with a helpful tip from our guest.
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<p>472: There’s nothing that will kill a good round faster then when it starts to downward spiral out of control. Tom Good, PGA returns for part 2 of our conversation, this time we talk about how to minimize the damage when things start to go wrong and get worse. We also discuss his teaching philosophy ...
<p>471: Bad results happen to all golfers. One of the hardest things to do is not to beat yourself up for a bad shot, poor result, or three putt. Tom Good is a PGA "Class A" Professional at Cinnabar Hills in San Jose, CA. This is the first time we've ever met Tom and he has a lot of valuable insight ...
<p>469: Each year comedian Matty Blake joins us for his outrageously cynical and hilarious hits & misses of the previous year's PGA Tour season, which we call the MattyB Awards. In part 1 of this 2 part awards show, we get an update about Matty's new nightly TV show "Off-Par" on the Back9Network (Direct ...
<p>468: Jamie "The Golf Sensei" Zimron returns for part 2 of our conversation. As we start the 10th year of weekly Golf Smarter episodes, we change this week’s topic from the mental aspect of improvement to the physical.
<br />The lower body is critical to success in so many sports, but amateur golfers ...
<p>467: Jamie Zimron is probably one of the most fascinating certified LPGA instructors I've ever encountered. A National Junior Golf Champion, Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford undergraduate, a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, an accomplished Aikido instructor, a motivational speaker, a peace activist ...
<p>466: After hearing about the impact, success, and closing down of SCORGolf, CEO Terry “The Wedge Guy” Koehler returns to give us a complete rundown of what his team has learned and how that will influence the design of the all new Ben Hogan Golf irons that will be introduced next month. </p>

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<p>465: Terry "The Wedge Guy" Koehler returns to announce the final liquidation of his line of SCORGolf scoring clubs (wedges) before the launch of the all new Ben Hogan Brand of irons. Graciously, his "Friends & Family" special pricing has been extended to Golf Smarter listeners. While supplies lasts, ...
464: This isn't a very long episode, but you don't want to miss it. Host Fred Greene introduces Jason Faircloth, a determined and brave young man who doesn't allow his battle with Cerebral Palsy get in the way of his love for golf. After being the first and only American to play in the British Disabled ...
463: Darren Garrett works nights cleaning a local McDonalds in Perth, Australia so that he can fine tune his game during the day so that he can advance through Q-School and make the tour. In this episode, we talk to Darren about what it takes, his goals, and his chances.
<p>462: Golf rules are fluid. Depending on whom you're playing with, they can change from round to round. But walk on someone's line, talk when your partner is up, or make phone calls, that can really cause a problem. This week we speak to Golf Smarter listener and author Richard Todd about his newest ...
<p>460: Sports Psychiatrist Dr. Michael T. Lardon returns to discuss his latest book Mastering Golf’s Mental Game - Your Ultimate Guide to Better On-Course Performance and Lower Scores - In this helpful book, Dr. Lardon shows us how to organize our thoughts and use them for maximum performance. Not ...
<p>458: Do you think you're struggling to lower your scores because of your swing? Putting? Short Game? Indian Valley Golf Course Head Professional Steven Snyder may surprise you with his answer, but after teaching for over 30 years, he's seen it all and knows why we are so frustrated.</p>

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<p>456: Tony Manzoni, author of The Lost Fundamental, and one of the most requested instructors on Golf Smarter, answers whether we should position our head behind the ball or stand directly upright at address. </p>

<p>This is just a taste of our hour long conversation with Tony that covers common swing ...
<p>455: In 1969, The Ryder Cup teetered on the brink of irrelevancy, and perhaps being discontinued. But the historic "Concession" offered by Jack Nicklaus to Tony Jacklin on the final hole at Royal Birkdale changed everything. Author Neil Sagebiel returns (#353 & #354) to discuss at length his latest ...
<p>454: Donald Crawley is the Director of Instruction at The Boulders Golf Academy in Carefree Arizona, just outside of Scottsdale. Since 1996 Donald has been regularly named one of the “Top 100 Teachers in America” by Golf Magazine and was also named “Best Teacher in Arizona” by Golf Digest. ...
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