Golf 360 came about from a theory I wrote a decade ago called The Golf Paradigm. It is something I came up with after spending over 30 years in golf and meeting a lot of exceptional people. Some of them were within the industry while others were outside of it but they all had phenomenal information that helped me improve. Whether it was a world-renowned coach, genius club fitter or engineer, ground breaking health professional or therapist, fantastic mental coach or psychologist or someone that understood how to utilize all of these to the benefit of the whole, they are some amazing people. There were also many others, all highly accomplished and from various fields; the business world, other professional athletes, and many more that were kind enough to pass along the knowledge they had acquired over a lifetime of work. Not only did their input help me as a touring professional, it also helped me in life and with my current teaching position with the The Golf Paradigm Academy. I wanted to take my good fortune of having access to so many people and bring that to you so you could apply it to your own game and life. With such a wide array of people I thought why not call it 'Golf 360'?
Bob Harig – The Open Championship review, Tiger vs. Phil, and why is LIV Golf gaining momentum?
Bob Harig (T: @BobHarig IG: @bobhariggolf) is a nationally recognized golf writer. Bob worked for ESPN prior to moving over to Sports Illustrated and Morning Read. He is also the author of the book “Tiger and Phil: Golf’s Most Fascinating Rivalry,” where he looks back on the rivalry the golf world wanted and delves into if it ever really existed. After following both players for more than 20 years, along with a front row seat to their accomplishments, who better to write such a book. To read more of Bob’s work you can check out all of his latest articles at si.com.
Mark Lye – LIV Golf, Who else is making the jump? And what you didn’t know about the PGA Tour.
Mark Lye (T: @letitfly) is a lifetime member of the PGA Tour and during his almost 50 years in the professional golf ranks has seen it all. He won early in his career (1976) on the Australasian tour, played the PGA Tour for almost two decades (1977-1991) where he won the Bank of Boston Classic, and went on to play the Champions Tour once turning 50. He has won on the grandest stage in golf, became a lead commentator for the ‘Golf Channel’, was an on-course analyst, and a radio host. He knows the PGA Tour inside and out; how it works – both the good and bad and is one of the most qualified people to discuss the hottest topic in the world of golf…the LIV Golf Tour.
Dr. Eric Goodman & Jessie Salas – What is ‘Foundation Training’?, How will it help you get out of pain and enjoy life, and What is the endocannabinoid system and how will it help your game and life?
Dr. Eric Goodman (IG: @drgoodmanft, FB: @foundationtraining1, @FoundatoinTrng) is the creator and founder of Foundation Training a life changing practice that is helping people across all walks; athletes, celebrities, and everyone else, get back to being active and enjoying life. Born out of a need to eliminate pain Foundation Training is a series of corrective body weight exercises making you stronger, balanced, and pain free. Dr. Goodman has published 3 books – all contributing to health and has a phenomenal streaming experience to help you accomplish this – FT Streaming.
Jessie Salas (IG: @coachjsalas, FB: @jessie.s.salas, T: @JessieS03819613) is Foundation Trainings program director and Strength Coach. A Brazilian jujitsu practitioner and former firefighter, Jessie’s commitment to helping others is illustrated by his desire to continue learning and traveling abroad to share his knowledge.
What is Foundation Training? WATCH HERE
The ‘Original 12 minutes’ video WATCH HERE
The NEW 12 minute video WATCH HERE
Mark Lye – LIV Golf, Is the PGA Tour wanting to have its cake and eat it to? Why no one is talking about the other side of this story?
Mark Lye (T: @letitfly) is a lifetime member of the PGA Tour and during his almost 50 years in the professional golf ranks has seen it all. He won early in his career (1976) on the Australasian tour, played the PGA Tour for almost two decades (1977-1991) where he won the Bank of Boston Classic, and went on to play the Champions Tour once turning 50. He has won on the grandest stage in golf, became a lead commentator for the ‘Golf Channel’, was an on-course analyst, and a radio host. He knows the PGA Tour inside and out; how it works – both the good and bad, and is one of the most qualified people to discuss the hottest topic in the world of golf…the LIV Golf Tour.
Will Wilcox & Jeff Champion – From the golden roads of the PGA Tour to rehab: What you learn, How you deal with it, and Why it makes you a Better person (and golfer).
Will Wilcox (IG: @wavegodwilcox1, T: @willwilcoxgolf, FB: @willwillcoxgolf) has one of the best stories in golf. He was one of the ‘young guns’ everyone had their eye on a decade ago when he won on the Korn Ferry Tour and made his way onto the PGA Tour. He was one of the best ball strikers on the planet and the sky was the limit. Then he went down the wrong path. Even with his family and friends giving full support it wasn’t until he realized he was the one that had to make the change did it start to happen. Today we discuss all these things as well as what he’s learned, how he has changed, and what his new perspective on the world is. Will is also the co-host of the Ture Time podcast, along with Jim Renner, so be sure to check him out there too.
Jeff Champion (FB: @jeffchampion IG: @jeffchampion28 ) is a regular on the show and has been a mentor, and friend, to Will for more than 30 years. They go all the way back to when will was a youngster, hanging with the big boys, around Pell City, Alabama during some of the fiercest golf matches and dog fights you could imagine. They are tied at the hip for eternity and not only is Jeff a big supporter of Will’s, he’s also a dear friend.
Stuart Morgan & Iain Highfield – What you can do, but aren’t, to improve your game, The LIV Tour from a European perspective, and why Snoop Dog is a creative genius.
Stuart Morgan (FB: @stuartmorgangolf, T: @StuartMcoaching, IG: @stuartmcoaching) and Iain Highfield (T: @iainGLT) are both exceptional golf and performance coaches. Stuart spent many years working as a golf instructor but upon realizing there was more to improvement than how you swing embarked on a journey to find answers on how his students could improve in a more efficient way. This lead him to performance coaching which focuses on what the golfer needs, often overlooked by others, to see the improvement they desire.
Iain, is currently the Director and Mental Performance Coach at the KOHR Academy in Natick, Massachusetts. He continues helping golfers of all skill levels – weekend golfers, juniors, collegiate, and professional of every level improve their game. He has an expertise in education and has an amazing way of inspiring others to create psychological habits of excellence.