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.
Jon Adler Helps You Develop a Balanced Mind for Better Golf
Jon Adler is a British golf performance coach, a TOUR coach and the author of two golf improvement books. He joins "On the Mark to help you get out of your own way and ensure that the best version of you shows up each time you play. Specifically Jon dives into:
Playing your best when it matters; Being less frustrated when on-course; Developing a calm mind; Anxiety and Fear and their effect on performance. He also talks about "embracing the certainty of uncertainty" and "the art of relaxed concentration".
Gavin Grenville Wood on Success in Competitive Golf for Parents and Juniors
Gavin Grenville-Wood is a British PGA Professional and the Head of Junior Education for Leadbetter Golf. With over 25 years of teaching experience and involvement with junior golfers of all levels he is uniquely qualified to advise golfers and parents on navigating the journey through golf development and competition. He shares personal anecdotes as a father and coach. He expressly advises on: Goal Setting, the Line between Pushing and Motivating, Setting Expectations, Practice, and Handling Disappointment.
Steve Scott Helps You Unlock the Competitor Within
Steve Scott is the PGA Head Professional of The Outpost Club and Founder of the Silver Club Golfing Society. A former PGA TOUR professional he now teaches, writes and announces for PGA Tour Live and Golf Channel. Steve join us to revisit his epic 1996 US Amateur Final against Tiger Woods. He discusses competitiveness and shares tips on how you can direct your focus, talent and emotion to get the most out of your competitive instinct. He also addresses dealing with failure, risk and reward and preparation.
Ian Baker-Finch Shares Insights and Lessons from The Masters
Ian Baker-Finch is an Open Champion and PGA TOUR winner. An announcer for CBS Sports he has unique 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.
Mike Stachura Advises on How to Get the Right Clubs in Your Hands
Mike Stachura is the Senior Editor at Golf Digest. He has been on staff since 1992 and leads the massive endeavor that is the Golf Digest (Equipment) Hot List. Mike joins "On the Mark" to explain the Hot List and its purpose. He also addresses the importance of, the value of, and how to be properly fitted for golf clubs. Further, he talks about power off the tee, swing speed and Drivers. He contrasts Long Irons vs Hybrids/Utility Clubs and Blades vs Game Improvement Irons. He also talks Wedges and Putters.
Mark Immelman with Lessons from Augusta National and The Masters
In our 500th podcast Mark Immelman walks you through some shots required around the famed Augusta National Golf Club. Mark addresses shots required off the tee and how certain shot shapes are rewarded. He also talks about avoiding a left-miss. He also talks about the challenge of iron shots off uneven lies and how you can strike those better. He addresses good greenside pitching and shares a lesson from '87 champ, Larry Mize. Finally Mark shares lag and short putting insights referencing Tiger Woods.