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<p>GS#343 Dan Matheson of the Okanagan Golf Club joins in a lively conversation about the challenge of beauty of playing the Quail and Bear courses in British Columbia. Built in 1994, the Quail course features dramatic elevation changes and breathtaking views as multi-tiered fairways meander around ...
<p>GS#341 Whether you are trying to break 100, are on the Tour, or somewhere in between, Michael Anthony, mental coach for average golfers and Olympic atheletes has keys to help you make pressure shots, eliminate fears, make more putts, shrug off bad shots and increase your confidence. In the first of ...
<p>GS#339. Jim Waldron of the Balance Point Golf Schools is not only recognized as a top instructor, but he’s also a student of the swing throughout the history of the game. Recently he’s been keeping a very close watch on the effect of Tiger’s latest swing changes. Basically, there are 4 types ...
<p>GS#337 Vista Vallarta Club de Golf in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico hosted the 2002 World Golf Championships – EMC World Cup. 478 acres through mountains and jungles, the Vista Vallarta Club de Golf encompasses a Signature Golf Course Design by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, and the neighboring course, also ...
<p>GS#335 Aubrey McCormick who proudly refers to herself as a green golfer, is a current contestant of Golf Channel’s Big Break Atlantis competition. She joins us to discuss what it took to get on the show, the level of competition and anxiety that is involved, why she plays Dixon Golf balls on the ...
<p>GS#333 Have you ever noticed the direction of your divot? Are you getting a divot? You may not be a pro, but you can strike like one and be amazed at the results. Martin Chuck returns to update us on Tour Striker, talk about hitting down on the ball and answer a listener's question.</p>

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<p>GS#331 Dr. Joseph Parent, author of Zen Golf returns to discuss the book's P.A.R. approach and celebrate its 10th anniversary. Dr. Joe has been a regular guest on GOLF SMARTER since we launched because of his sage advice and insights on how to become a better golfer by getting out of your own way. ...
<p>GSfMO#330 - Here's a taste of this week's hour long Members Only episode with 2007 PGA National Teacher of the Year, Jim Hardy. He says that every person's golf swing is as unique as a strand of DNA. His simple +/- checklist outlined in his new book, Solid Contact, helps players of all skill levels ...
<p>GS#329 There is no universally right or wrong way to swing a golf club! PGA Teacher of the Year Jim Hardy, joins host Fred Greene for the first of two episodes about his new book on how easy it is to customize your golf swing for phenomenal accuracy. Jim is also credited as the creator of the 1-plane, ...
<p>GS #327 Course Archetict Jeffrey Brauer joins Fred to discuss what contributing factors influence the design of a golf course, including theme, landscapes, owner/developers needs and player strategy. We focus on his design and challenges of designing the only NFL themed golf course in the USA, Cowboys ...
<p>GS#325 John Paul Newport, weekly golf columnist for the Wall Street Journal joins us for 2 episodes. Part 1 covers his experiences as a golf reporter, mostly focused on the four majors each year. Also he shares his feelings about various players he's interviewed including Tiger, Phil, Rory and others. ...
<p>GS#323 Golf Course Architect Tripp Davis has designed courses all over the world with respect for the game's history and traditions. Two of his recent US designs are Old American and The Tribute, both in The Colony, Texas. We talk about what makes these courses unique, the current state of golf course ...
<p>GS#321 Jeff Ritter, named as a Golf Digest Best Young Teacher in America, and one of the most prolific instructors on the web has been promoted to National Director of Instruction at the Nike Golf Schools and Junior Camps. . In Part 1 of this 2 part conversation, Jeff talks about how to advance a ...
<p>Episode #321 will be a couple of days late because I’ll be on vacation in Puerto Vallarta, MX. While there I’m playing a round at Vista Vallarta and am planning to come back with a video TeeTour to introduce you to the course and a GOLF SMARTER conversation with their General Manager. ...
<p>GS#319 Jim Waldron of Balance Point Golf Schools returns to warn us that if your set up is not right, then your ball striking is doomed. He shares a story of one of his students who was absolutely convinced that he had a thorough knowledge of ball striking based on watching YouTube videos, but Jim ...
<p>GS#317 Chris Fry caught my eye as a regular contributor to the Dixon Golf Newsletter. In this conversation we discuss what it is about Dixon's eco-friendly golf balls that appeal to his game and how a golfer can select a ball that will compliment theirs. We go into depth about various pitch shots ...
<p>GS#315 Striking the ball properly is all about the the point of impact. It’s nearly impossible to modify our swing mechanics on our own, but when you understand the club face position at contact with the ball, you will become a better ball striker. Martin Chuck, PGA, is also the inventor of the ...
<p>GS#313 Geoff Mangum is one of the leading putting instructors in the world. He's not concerned about heads, shafts, grip, balanced or not. It's about putting the ball in the hole and how science, physics and the laws of nature dictate your success. To Geoff, there are 4 elements of putting that matter. ...
<p>GS#311 The Physics Department of Yale University has confirmed what John Novasel has been preaching for years. The single most consistent element of the best golfers ever is their 3:1 ratio of backswing to downswing. Tour Tempo is a book, total game training app (iOS, Android, WebOS), microplayer ...
<p>GS#309 Dr. Glen Albaugh discusses the best ways to utilize your practice and/or warm up time. Pearls of wisdom include "contingency practice" which is a methodolgy he learned from his best friend, Bill Walsh. How's this concept? "Conservative strategy; Aggressive swing". He also suggests that if ...
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