Symetra Tour Pro Natalie Sheary joins me again on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast. Nat shares her thoughts on the Augusta National Women's Amateur event, fellow Wake Forest alumni Jennifer Kupcho's win there, and the work she's doing with her coach Andy O'Brien paying off as Nat leads the Symetra Tour in driving accuracy and greens in regulation so far this season. She also talks about what life is like out on the Symetra Tour and how she constructs her day. Hear all that and...
Top 100 Instructor Eric Johnson joins me on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast. Eric shares his thoughts on this year's Masters Tournament, Tiger's big win, what they have going on up at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, and how to play smart out on the golf course. Hear Eric's insights and how you can get a lesson from him on this segment of the show.
On this edition of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast I'm joined by Symetra Tour Pro Natalie Sheary and Top 100 Instructor Eric Johnson. We talk Masters, Augusta National Women's Amateur, life on the Symetra Tour, old vs. new school instruction plus some chipping tips to help shave a few strokes off your score.
Tom Patri, Golf Tips Magazine Top 25 Instructor, share some of his favorite Masters memories and insights plus some playing lessons to help lower your scores on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast.
Matthew Laurance, Host of Backspin Golf on ESPN Radio in Lexington, Kentucky joins me on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast. We talk Masters past and present including Matthew's favorite Masters memories and his trip to Augusta National last year on this segment of the show.
Keith Hirshland, former Emmy Award winning Producer on The Golf Channel and ESPN, plus author of 3 great books, "Cover Me Boys I'm Going In", "Big Flies", and "The Flower Girl Murder", talks Masters and much more on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast.
On this edition of Next on the Tee I talk Masters past and present with former Golf Channel Producer and Author Keith Hirshland, the Host of Backspin Golf Matthew Laurance, and Golf Tips Magazine Top 25 Instructor Tom Patri.
Peter Kessler, The Voice of Golf, takes us back to the 1980 & '86 Masters, why Seve won and why Seve lost. He also shares his thoughts on why Arnold Palmer's Masters and majors dominance was confined to 1958-1964 and his thoughts on this year's Masters tournament. Hear all that and much more on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast.
On this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast I'm joined by TaylorMade Golf CEO David Abeles. David updates us on their M5 & M6 drivers and irons, the improvements they've made to the Spider X putters, plus what their TP5 & TP5x golf balls can do to improve our games. We also hear his thoughts on their players Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Jason Day and Jon Rahm plus what he's hoping for at this year's Masters tournament.
On this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast, Legendary Broadcaster Ben Wright shares his memories of the 1975 & 1986 Masters plus why Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus had such great longevity winning at Augusta National and in majors while Arnold Palmer's brilliance was limited to 1958-1964. He also shares his thoughts on who will be on top of the leaderboard come late in the 4th round this year.
On this edition of Next on the Tee, Ben Wright and Peter Kessler share their stories and insights on Masters past and present. We focus in on the 1975 and 1986 Masters won by Jack Nicklaus and Seve Ballesteros' win in 1980. I also get their thoughts on why Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus were able to have success over multiple decades while Arnold Palmer's success was limited to 1958-1964.
David Abeles, TaylorMade Golf CEO, talks about their equipment and the success players like Dustin...
Srixon, Cleveland Golf, and XXIO Territory Manager and PGA Professional Perry French joins me on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast. Perry talks about the brands, what their wedges can do to improve our short games plus the XXIO drivers that weigh a third less than other drivers on the market. Their reduced weight will help all of us increase our swing speeds to hit the ball longer off the tee. Also hear about their amazing golf balls, you got to see and hit these golf balls folks....
Top 50 LPGA Professional and the Founder of Golf Positive, Debbie O'Connell joins me on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast. Debbie shares her insights on how to make the game fun, tips on how to hit better 3 wood shots off the fairway, how to improve your bunker play, and your chipping as well.
On this edition of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast I'm joined by Srixon, Cleveland Golf & XXIO Territory Manager Perry French, 2013 Sr. British Open Champion Mark Wiebe, and Top 50 LPGA Teaching Professional Debbie O'Connell.
Scott White, Ben Hogan Golf Equipment CEO, joins me on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast. Scott talks about their new line of putters that they launched this week. They've come up with 4 styles of CNC milled forged putters. They eliminate hot and dead spots on the putter and provide a great true roll. We also talked about their Equalizer wedges with V-sole technology and Scott let us know more new equipment is on the way shortly. Hear all that and much more on this segment of the...
Golf Tips Magazine Top 25 Instructor Tom Patri shares his memories of Mr. Palmer, plus what made Seve Ballesteros so successful at Augusta National. Tom also explains the difference between having a good swing and being a good ball striker, and why The Players Championship should replace the PGA Championship on the majors list. Hear all of that and much more on this segment of Next on the Tee Golf Podcast.
LPGA Tour Legend Gail Graham shares some great short game tips, plus what we need to do to get ready for the golf season. We also talked about the Augusta National Women's Amateur event coming up in a few weeks and why it's better for the amateurs to get the opportunity to play there vs. the LPGA Tour.
PGA Tour Champions Pro Bob Estes shares his memories of Arnold Palmer and playing in the Bay Hill Invitational. He also shares memories of playing in The Players Championship, The Masters, and what it was like being paired with Mr. Palmer during Mr. Palmer's final Masters appearance in 2004.