Mark Immelman isn't just the older brother and swing coach of 2008 Masters champion Trevor Immelman, he's a broadcaster on a variety of platforms, one of the leading instructors in the world of golf and happy to help improve your game.
Mark Immelman's Golf Tip "Advent Calendar" - Eliminating One Side of the Target Using Grip Pressure
December 2, 2020. "On the Mark" podcast host, and noted golf instructor, Mark Immelman shares a daily tip to help you improve your golf and lower your golf scores. The tips are simple, easy to understand, and most importantly easy to apply. Advent Tip #2 is a nugget, using adjustments in grip pressure, that will help you to eliminate one side of the target - a key to avoiding big numbers.
Mark Immelman's Golf Tip "Advent Calendar" - A Simple Tip for Solid Contact
December 1, 2020. "On the Mark" podcast host, and noted golf instructor, Mark Immelman shares a daily tip to help you improve your golf and lower your golf scores.
The tips are simple, easy to understand, and most importantly easy to apply.
Advent Tip #1 is a nugget that will help you improve your club and ball contact, especially out of awkward lies such as fairway bunkers, the rough and hardpans.
Karen Palacios-Jansen with Golf-Specific Workouts to Help Your Game
Karen Palacios-Jansen (LPGA Professional and NASM Certified Personal Trainer) has developed a system of working out to help golfers of all levels improve their golf swings and fitness at the same time. She joins us to talk about "CardioGolf" and some exercises/drills that will not only help your golf swing but also improve your quality of life. Karen addresses flexibility/mobility, preventing injury and targeted training. She also discusses the grip and grip pressure for clubhead speed and ball compression.
Mark Broadie with Strokes Gained Insights to Lower Your Scores
Mark Broadie is the Carson Family Professor of Business at Columbia Business School. He is a member of the USGA Handicap Research team and the inventor of the Strokes Gained Data Analytics system used on The PGA TOUR. He joins "On the Mark" to share Strokes Gained insights and tips on how you can lower your scores with improved play off the tee by understanding shot patterns, shot selection in the iron game for distance control, greenside proficiency and focus and putting from distance and from short range.
Andrew Neethling on a Championship Mindset and Performance Under Pressure
Andrew Neethling (South Africa) is a championship-winning (US Open and South African Open) Downhill Mountain Biking Champion. With multiple podium finishes in the World Cup he has been at the top of his field and understands the value of a championship mindset. He joins the podcast to compare the disciplines of playing good golf and competing in Mountain Bike Racing. Specifically Andrew addresses: Visualization, Strategy Development, Discipline, Trust, Pre-shot Routines, and Performance under Pressure.
David MacKenzie Helps You Improve Your Mental Game and Reduce Performance Anxiety
David MacKenzie is a Mental Coach who works with golfers on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, European Tour, Challenge Tour, LPGA and LET. He joins us to unpack how the mind works and how to unlock your best under pressure. He also discusses Performance Anxiety and Fear of Failure and how you can circumvent those with certain mental skills. Among various tools he shares he elaborates on Mental Preparation, Control of Arousal Levels, Concentration, the Subconscious Mind and Flow, and a Healthy Perspective.