Golfers - Game Like Training Radio is a show dedicated to helping you get more out of your practice and truly understand how to better LEARN golf.
Hosts Matthew Cooke and Cordie Walker are dedicating an entire show to learning and practice so that you can play your best game on the golf course instead of on the range.
Because the topic of learning is so under explored, Matt and Cordie are going to explore more effective and efficient training environments, have conversations with experts in the field, and also dive into research papers on different topics related to golf training.
2.9 The Myth of "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect"
2.9 The Myth of "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect" by Golf Science Lab
2.8 What are Golf Instructors Being Taught?
Today we're taking a look at what's going inside the PGA Great Britain & Ireland as far as their coaching and instruction with the head of coaching and sports science, David Colcough.
2.7 The Myth of Learning Styles
In this awesome podcast we’re tackling a common learning myth with professor Richard Bailey and having a conversation about a shift in teaching and coaching he’d like to see.
Professor Richard Bailey tackles the idea of learning styles (visual, verbal, etc…) as a myth and what the research says in reality with the emphasis on evidence based coaching.
2.6 Effective Ways to Train SPEED
Today we're talking all about how to increase speed and how to hit the ball farther with two experts in this Kyle Shay and Mike Napoleon of Superspeed Golf.
2.5 Traits of Effective Golf Instructors w/ Dr Paul Schempp
Today we talk with coaching researcher and educator Dr Paul Schempp about the traits and actions of the best instructors and coaches (plus what that difference is).
2.4 [ANALYSIS] The Junior Golfer and Parent Relationship w/ Stuart Morgan
We’re back with part 2 of our look at the junior golfer and parent relationship. This week we’re talking about what we heard and analyzing the conversation between an elite junior golfer and parent.
I just listened to the "Game Like Training Radio" podcasts. They were wonderful. It is like having access to coaches at your finger tips! The ideas, approaches and processes are interesting, varied and new.