We help golfers understand what it ACTUALLY takes to get better at golf and perform your best.
Ignore the BS and cut to truth as we talk with leaders in the industry, from professional golfers, coaches, instructors, biomechanists, researchers and more.
Host, Cordie Walker is on a mission to figure out how to improve the way we learn and get better at golf.
Commitment To The Plan
Tony sits down with Kolby and Greg to discuss the US Open, the level of commitment it takes for players to compete at the highest level, the value of consistency over time, and how any player is vulnerable to settling into comfort zones after stretches of success. Their conversation is full of insight for all coaches and players.
Round Table: Effective Practice
Tony Ruggiero hosts a round table to discuss practicing effectively with Dr. Greg Cartin, Wayne Flint, Morgan Hale, Mark Hackett and Ryan Moque.
Coach to Your Players Individuality
Justin Parsons joins Tony Ruggiero, to talk about how to understand the individuality of your players and their tendencies. They share unique challenges with players, as well as coaching from a point of view that is holistic, including aspects outside of golf and their performance. Justin shares how he coaches on Tour, uncovers his players’ success and how he believes that by adding changes can also mean taking away from areas that are working. This episode is great for teachers and players who want to look outside the box to improve your game.
Understanding Players' Patterns
Tony Ruggeiro has Adam Schriber on the podcast, he shares his secrets on developing young players, the key to understanding their patterns developed in a specific age windows, learning movement patterns. They also talk about their ways of solving players' problems, how they keep their players on the track of getting better. This episode is filled with tons of great stories and advice.
Owning Your Swing and Coaching Evolution
Tony Ruggiero and Brady Riggs talk about how their coaching perspectives have changed in the past two years, and their greatest means to keep learning along with the best advice they received throughout their careers. They talk about the benefit of challenging your own coaching and being wrong, as well as getting fired for being right. This episode is full of great stories, and practical insights. Brady Riggs has more than 30 years of experience in golf instruction, Riggs has been named as one of GOLF Magazine’s prestigious Top 100 Teachers in America, and GOLF.com regularly features him in their training and instruction videos online. He has also published more than 200 articles for Golf Tips Magazine and has appeared on the cover more than 12 times. In 2017, Riggs was inducted into the Southern California PGA Teaching Hall of Fame. Currently he’s the Director of Instruction at Four Seasons Hualalai Resort.
The Challenges of Coaching on Tour
John Tillery, PGA Tour Coach works with Scott Brown, Roberto Castro, Brice Garnett, Kevin Kisner, Rick Lamb, Will McGirt, and Brandt Snedeker as well as mini-tour professionals and up-and-coming collegiate athletes. He’s previously been selected as one of Golf Digest’s Best Young Teachers in America, Golf Digest’s #6 Best Teacher in the state of Georgia and the Georgia PGA Teacher of the Year. Tony and John discuss the many factors of coaching Tour Players, where he starts when working with someone new, how he communicates for effective results, some key factors when dealing with the challenges of the Tour Schedule, and the best way for a competitive player to work. You’ll hear great advice on how to adapt your strategy for the specific player you’re coaching.
Energizing, Inspiring and Insightful! 🙌
Regardless of where your golf game is - this is a must listen for you! Cordie, Tony and the entire GSL team do an incredible job bringing you everything you need to know to improve your technique, health, energy, mindset and performance - with inspiring guests who’ve done it themselves. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Tony’s cool, miss Cordie
I miss Cordie. His quest for knowledge and humility really made the show a must listen. Tony’s grizzled vet story is good, I’ve learned some bits and tricks from his conversations…
In any event I’m still a listener. Hope you’re good Cordie!
Need Cordie! I’ll give it one more month to bring Cordie back or I’m quitting this podcast
I have no doubt Tony is a good coach but I never learn anything from him. Need Cordie! Tony spends all his time tooting his horn, drinking wine, defending his coaching style, and arguing coaching styles. I need golf science lab stuff! Not people/ schmoozing/ personality stuff. They should rename this to the coaching pissing contest show.