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'?
Scott Cowx – Never stop learning, using technology but not relying on it and why going outside the box is one of the best things you can ever do.
Scott Cowx is the Head Teaching Professional for the Devil’s Pulpit Golf Association, located in Celadon, Ontario, Canada, and one of the best coaches/teachers in the game. Outside of being named the 2011 OPGA (Ontario PGA) Teacher of the year and the 2019 Canadian PGA Teacher of the Year, Scott has gained worldwide recognition as one of the top coaches in the game.
Mark Silvers – What it’s like to play the PGA Tour, how he won 15 tournaments in one year, and why making the PGA Tour is so difficult.
Mark Silvers is a former college All-American from the University of South Carolina and longtime professional golfer. He has played on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour and various others around the world. Not only does he discuss why slow and steady progress was the best path for him but also how the simplest of things can lead to you playing your best golf.
Tim O’Neal –A lifetime of playing professional golf. From traveling around the globe to how sponsorship agreements work, winning in Latin America to playing on the PGA Tour. What he’s learned, what he would do over and what his plans are for the f
Tim O’Neal has been in one profession his entire career, playing professional golf. He has played professional golf around the world and won on multiple continents. He has also experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows; from winning on the Latin American Tour to missing out on gaining his full PGA Tour membership by one shot, twice. He was kind enough to sit down and discuss all these things, and so much more in this eye opening episode.
Jason Sutton– Why being uncomfortable is a necessity, the importance of always learning new things, and why providing value to someone else is one of the best things you can ever do.
Jason Sutton (a.k.a. the Golf Guru) has been a Top 100 Instructor for many years. He spent most of his teaching career in the Charlotte area but has recently moved to Bluffton, SC and is currently the Director of Instruction at the Colleton River Club. He has spent a lifetime in and around the game and has helped golfers of all skill levels to reach their goals.
Dr. Paul Wood-PING Golf – Everything you ever wanted to know about club design, fitting and how they work by one of the leading experts in the industry.
Dr. Paul Wood has been helping PING Golf for almost two decades. In this episode you will learn how he went from studying solar flares to helping one of the leading manufacturers in the industry continue to produce great equipment.
Dr. Scott Lynn – What is ‘Swing Catalyst’, Why you need to know more about Pressure and Force Mapping, and the next big thing that will change the golfing world.
Dr. Scott Lynn is one of the smartest people in the golf world today. To the masses he may not be a house hold name but behind the scenes he is one of the people developing and improving technology so everyone can play better and have more fun.