Golf Strategy School is a place where you can get great actionable tips, strategies, and information from the best and brightest golf instructors from around the world.
We feature guests like:
Tom Stickney - Golf Magazine Top 100 instructor, Golf Digest Top 20 Under 40 alumni
Tim Kremer - Feature speaker at the 2013 PGA & LPGA teaching and coaching summits
Geoff Greig - PGA instructor and Amazon best selling author
Tyrus York - 2014 Kentucky section PGA teacher of the year.
Alison Curdt - 2016 LPGA National Teacher of the Year
In these conversations we try to parse out the wheat from the chaff from golf gurus like Butch Harmon, David Leadbetter, Chuck Martin. We also dive deep on what strategies and practice methods pros like Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Speith, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson, and Jason Day use to maximize their improvement.
This podcast is influenced by Fred Greene & Golf Smarter, The Golf Psychology Podcast, Golf Better Podcast, 18 Strong, Golficity, Golf For Beginners, For Serious Golfers Only, Feherty, No Laying Up, Tour Junkies, Golf Science Lab and many others.
So make sure you subscribe, rate, and review so these pros can help you keep it in the short grass!
GSS 138 How to Practice to Break 80
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This week's episode comes from our free Golf 101 Facebook group and the question asked was this.
What does practice look like for a single digit handicapper who routinely shoots in the 70s?
Let's talk about it!
GSS 137 - Putting Fundamentals w/ Brandon Stooksbury & The Putter Book
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Tell me if this one sounds familiar… someone in your group (maybe you) misses a putt in the 5-10 foot range and you immediately hear “A crap, I pulled it” or pushed it, or yanked it, or whatever the invogue phrase is. The most important part of everyone’s game is the putter, and that’s something I’ve preached for a long time now. Brandon Stooksbury joins us this week to discuss some of the finer point details and the fundamentals of putting.
GSS136: 5 Things Great Golfers Do That You NEED to Copy | Easy Golf Tips
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5 Things Great Golfers Do That You Need To Copy
Have you ever heard the phrase “the best playing partner is one that’s slightly worse than you are?” I’d have to disagree because in my eyes, the best playing partner is one that's better than you. Not only do they push you to play better, they can teach you valuable tactics.
When you play with someone who is at a higher skill level, you can learn a lot from watching them play and how they approach each shot. Below will be five things that all great golfers do that you can use to improve your game.
GSS 135: How to Learn Golf
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As you learn what it takes to become a consistently good golfer, you will see a common principal over and over again. Proficiency. In order to lower your scores and play consistently good golf, you need to become proficient in all areas of the game. If you neglect one aspect of the game, you cannot expect to play well and improve.
GSS 134: How to Play Smarter Golf w/ Blaine Seitz PGA TPI
Blaine is the host of the Mobilitas Movers Facebook group which takes a holistic view on golf and runs the Tour Shot Golf Academy at www.TourShotGolf.com. We sat down with Coach Blaine Seitz to discuss simulating pressure with your practice, breathing techniques, proactive vs. reactive thinking, and much more. Blaine is a PGA instructor AND a TPI certified instructor! You can get a FREE copy of Blaine's book, Better Golf from the Inside Out here: http://bit.ly/BetterGolfFromTheInsideOut
GSS 133: Make the Most of Your Offseason
For those of us less fortunate golfers with long snowy winters, it feels like your game is on pause for months every year. Despite that feeling and the fact that you can’t get out on the course, you can still improve over the winter season.
Today’s lesson has nothing to do with swing mechanics or even course strategy, instead, we’ll be discussing the golf offseason and how you can make the most out of your time off the course.
Review of the whole podcast
Marty you make it very simple for a guy to go from 100 to the 80s. I’ve been playing golf for 50 years and I’ve been shooting in the 70s for the last 35. All of these sessions podcast work for all skill levels keep up the great work
Dude please come back!!
The passion Marty has is real my friend. I have had some issues with my golf game and been able to get my questions answered by my friend Marty. Thanks and keep it going.