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.
Ben Carr: from 52nd to U.S. Amateur Finalist
Ben Carr joins Tony Ruggiero to talk about his past year; the mistakes and lessons that led to finishing as runner-up at the U.S. Amateur Championship. They share what they did to get him back on track, such as blocking out external pressures, getting back to fundamentals, understanding his swing, and what are the next steps in leveling up his game.
Getting Through Q School
Tony Ruggiero and Jackson Koert talk with Peter Knade and Emilio Gonzalez about getting through Q School, and their korn ferry card this year after missing it last year. They discuss the differences and process that lead to their growth and success from the year before.
What the best players do in practice rounds
Tony is hanging out with Donald Cooper and Vaughn Taylor at RSM, for the last tour event of the year. They talk about what the best players do with practicing and practice rounds. Coop shares how practice rounds are to adapt to the conditions, not to work on your swing or your game. Cooper and Taylor share what they focus on the days before the tournament, what he needs to get out of practice at home vs. a tournament. Cooper shares the best practices he's ever seen, and why he studies divets.
How to Cut Your Handicap by 20%
Tony Ruggiero is joined by six coaches to discuss the many ways to cut your handicap by 20%. Everyone weighs in on what to focus on to make that happen. From understanding how far you carry the ball, your numbers, using technology, important fundamentals, short game, and course management. They discuss how to navigate the challenges and help players from recreational to advanced improve their game.
Josh Gregory: Simple and Effective Coaching
Josh Gregory shares his journey from playing in college and on Tour to coaching some of the best players today. The most important factor for him is having a personal connection and relationship. He shares past mistakes and how he’s developed his simple and effective approach. You’ll hear how he helps his players get out of learned tendencies, bringing technical feels onto the course, and how he focuses 99% of short game training on and why. This episode is full of advice on how to get your players to find their own identity and with a plan to playing better.
How to train and coach every skill level
Tony Ruggiero, Jackson Koert & Morgan Hale hold a Q&A with players before heading into a training program. You’ll hear their team philosophy and plan for the training program. Each of them weigh in on how to coach recreational players, advanced players returning to the game, their advice for players transitioning from high school to college. They explain the foundations of golf, how not to overcomplicate practice and why they often find themselves coaching players on how to unlearn behaviors.
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!
Fix the fricking audio already!!
Annoying enough to hear one telephone voice, but the host calls is too for whatever reason. Bad audio, hard to follow. Not even sure who the guy is who announces the show - he just disappears. Blecht
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!