Golf Strategy School Podcast

Synopsis

Gold Strategy School Podcast features interviews with the best instructors and coaches in the golf industry today.

Episodes

  • GSS 121: Bunker Basics | 2 Keys to Getting Out On Your First Shot

    GSS 121: Bunker Basics | 2 Keys to Getting Out On Your First Shot

    13/05/2020 Duration: 09min

    IT'S A TRAAAAAAP!  Don't let getting stuck in a bunker ruin your round.  Here are 2 quick tips that will help you get up and out of sand traps on your first shot every time!   If you need help breaking 90 join our Golf 101 | Breaking 90 Facebook group!

  • GSS 120: 3 Reasons Why You Suck at Golf

    GSS 120: 3 Reasons Why You Suck at Golf

    04/05/2020 Duration: 20min

    For most golfers their struggles can be tied to one (or more) of these three common issues. Not knowing how to practice (hitting 7 iron 700 times) Not know how far your clubs go/having unrealistic expectations of yourself Letting bad shots/holes drag down the rest of your round. If you want help on your path to breaking 90 check out our Golf 101| Breaking 90 Facebook Group

  • SC 9: Reaching Milestones with Julian

    SC 9: Reaching Milestones with Julian

    19/04/2020 Duration: 32min

    This was a really fun conversation with Julian.  He had reached out to find a specific time to record because my schedule was full.  In our back and forth I offered a few tips before his next round and he was happy to report his best 9 hole round ever!   What's your handicap (your average score)? +25 What is your BEST score ever? +20 (+10 on a 9 hole course) What is frustrating you the most about your golf game right now? Course management. Trying to play above my skill level. As a result i play BELOW my skill level. How often do you practice? At least once a week. What is your golf goal over the next 12 months? Better than bogey golfer   If you would like to be a part of our Sunday Conversations you can sign up at golfstrategyschool.com/interview

  • Club Fitting QA Part 2 with Josh, Dave, and Mike from Golftec Columbus

    Club Fitting Q&A Part 2 with Josh, Dave, and Mike from Golftec Columbus

    05/04/2020 Duration: 44min

    This is Part 2 of our Club fitting Q&A with Josh, Mike, and Dave from Golftec Columbus. In this episode we finish off our driving conversation by discussing shaft fitting and then dive head first (literally) into iron fittings.  There's lots to be learned here again, like some significant statistical milestones to keep in mind during your fitting process. If you'd like help with your game join our free Facebook group: Golf 101 | How to Break 90  

  • Club Fitting QA Part 1 w/ Josh, Mike, and Dave from GolfTEC Columbus

    Club Fitting Q&A Part 1 w/ Josh, Mike, and Dave from GolfTEC Columbus

    02/04/2020 Duration: 40min

    I've been getting the "should I get fitted for clubs" question a lot lately, which makes sense, this is the time of the season that people buy new clubs.   So I invited past guest, PGA instructor Josh Boggs on to talk shop.  Josh graciously grabbed two colleagues who absolutely love the club fitting conversation: Michael McNutt and David Rosinski. This was a fun episode because I got to ask some of your questions to some expert club fitters!  I legitimately learned some things about the club fitting process and the variability of equipment and I hope you do too! If you'd like help with your game join our free Facebook group: Golf 101 | How to Break 90  

  • SC 8: How to Get Out of Your Own Head

    SC 8: How to Get Out of Your Own Head

    12/03/2020 Duration: 41min

    On this episode of our Sunday Conversations I talk with Joy about her mental game struggles and how/what she can practice to get out of her own head! Did you also hear that Golf Strategy School was named as one of the top 25 golf podcasts you must follow in 2020?  Pretty cool!

  • GSS 119: Stop Trying to Make Birdies

    GSS 119: Stop Trying to Make Birdies

    04/03/2020 Duration: 14min

    I know I know I know, it sounds controversial, but if you want to play golf better you need to quit trying to make birdies! Want 3 Free Lessons to help sharpen your shortgame?  CLICK HERE!

  • SC 7: Riding Your Short Game to the 70s

    SC 7: Riding Your Short Game to the 70s

    25/02/2020 Duration: 33min

    What's your handicap (your average score)?: 85 What is your BEST score ever?: 76 What is frustrating you the most about your golf game right now?: Iron game. I had some old NDS irons which i hit very very well just not very long and bought some Titleist forged clubs with extra distance in mind thinking my iron game was safe with any club. Had to buy second hand because of money and now its 50/50 whether its good or fat How often do you practice?: Once a week, weather permitting Need some help with your short game?  Sign up to get my 3 Free Lessons

  • GSS 118: How to Lower Your Handicap in 2020

    GSS 118: How to Lower Your Handicap in 2020

    20/02/2020 Duration: 09min

    A new season brings new goals, new strategies, and new energy.  If you're looking to improve your game this season here are the fundamentals that I use in my Golf Strategy Academy. If you want my direct help, check out the Golf Strategy Academy by CLICKING HERE

  • GSS 117: Should You Hover Over the Ball?

    GSS 117: Should You Hover Over the Ball?

    06/02/2020 Duration: 12min

    Your driver will decide your fate over and over again when you’re out on the course so it’s important not to overlook any aspect of this swing.  The tip we will be breaking down today is a simple driver tactic that you can use to produce immediate results. This is the process of hovering your driver. Hovering is a tactic that is used by many professional golfers to keep them loose before their swing but it’s completely undervalued in the amateur game.   Join Our Free Golf 101 Facebook Group for unique extra content!

  • GSS 116: The Perfect Golf Swing Takeaway

    GSS 116: The Perfect Golf Swing Takeaway

    30/01/2020 Duration: 11min

    The majority of swing tips that float around the golf world revolve around some details in the downswing or maybe the players grip. Very rarely does anyone discuss the backswing. The takeaway or backswing is just as important as any other aspect of the swing because it will determine the outcome of the entire swing.  Article/Video Example 3 Free Short Game Lessons

  • GSS 115: Top 10 Keys to Breaking 100

    GSS 115: Top 10 Keys to Breaking 100

    22/01/2020 Duration: 27min

    As a high handicap golfer, it can be incredibly difficult to pass that first big milestone of breaking 100 for 18 holes. Without proper guidance, improving your skills in the game of golf is a slow and draining process. Understanding and practicing a few key concepts will allow you to bypass this frustrating learning curve and will have you scoring better than ever.   Check out my 3 Favorite Short Game Practices by CLICKING HERE!

  • SC 6: How to Practice with a Purpose

    SC 6: How to Practice with a Purpose

    19/01/2020 Duration: 22min

    Player Profile What's your handicap or your average score? 108 Is my average score. Never determined my actual handicap. What is your BEST score ever? 101 What is frustrating you the most about golf right now?: Breaking 100. I am fully capable because I will par 3 or 4 holes out of 18, but I just blow up on 3 or 4 holes and ruin my score. How often do you practice? Practice could occur a lot more. I’ve been slack lately. Golf Goals (Next 12 Months) Working hard on getting under that 100 mark by eliminating the bigger blow up holes.  Making practice more purposeful. Be a guest on Sunday Conversations: https://www.golfstrategyschool.com/interview/ Join the Golf 101 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Golf101Breaking90/

  • GSS 114: 2 Keys to Proper Wrist Hinge

    GSS 114: 2 Keys to Proper Wrist Hinge

    17/01/2020 Duration: 14min

    Hinging your wrists is an important move in the golf swing because it will be a large source of your power. This hinge must occur naturally and it must start before your hands and the club reach waist level in order to keep you on a solid swing plane. In order to make this move properly, it’s important to understand how to use your takeaway to hinge naturally. All too often, golfers will force the hinge and make a mess out of their swing before they have brought the club all the way back. Get Proven Structured Practices Join Our Golf 101 Facebook Group

  • SC 5: Creating Better More Solid Impact

    SC 5: Creating Better More Solid Impact

    14/01/2020 Duration: 31min

    Player Profile What's your handicap (your average score)?: 104 average score What is your BEST score ever?: 92 What is frustrating you the most about golf right now?: Not enough time to practice How often do you practice?: When I am playing.   Golf Goals (Next 12 Months) I'd like to consistently be in the low 90s with the occasional score in the 80s.  Also, just to get out and play more. Want more help with your game?  Join our Golf 101 Facebook Group

  • GSS 113: Fix Your Slice With Better Rotatation

    GSS 113: Fix Your Slice With Better Rotatation

    09/01/2020 Duration: 15min

    In order to hit accurate golf shots on a consistent basis, you need to utilize your body’s rotation. An effective rotation will encourage you to keep the clubface square and controlled. If you don’t have a square clubface at impact, you will end up with errant and inconsistent shots.  Another benefit of rotating properly is the increased distance in your shots. By using the correct rotation in your golf swing, you will be generating more power which will increase the amount of distance you are capable of hitting any of your clubs. Check out the videos on our website by CLICKING HERE

  • SC 4: Playing Your Best by Leaving Your Ego in the Bag w/ Justin

    SC 4: Playing Your Best by Leaving Your Ego in the Bag w/ Justin

    05/01/2020 Duration: 31min

    Player Profile What's your handicap (your average score)?: 7.6 What is your BEST score ever?: 70 What is frustrating you the most about golf right now?: Trying to start the ball right of target w my driver. I can't seem to get it starts far enough right. Not getting height on my green side bunker shots. How often do you practice?: Twice a month Do you want to be featured on an episode of our Sunday Conversations?  Sign up here: https://www.golfstrategyschool.com/interview/

  • GSS 112: 2 Keys to Crushing Your Fairway Woods

    GSS 112: 2 Keys to Crushing Your Fairway Woods

    19/12/2019 Duration: 14min

    Imagine yourself playing a long par five. You just hit a perfect drive down the middle of the fairway and your looking at a good chance to score well on the hole. After approaching your ball, you realize that you are still too far away from the green to hit your hybrid but you might be able to get there with your three wood. Do you feel confident hitting your three wood off of the fairway or would you lay up with an iron instead? If you feel like you wouldn’t have a chance of making it to the green with your wood, ask yourself why that is. The fairway wood is the longest club in the golf bag that we typically hit from the ground. The length of the fairway wood combined with the size of the clubhead can make it difficult for amateur golfers to make solid contact with a ball that’s on the ground. To check out this awesome video by Chris Ryan CLICK HERE

  • SC 3: Building a Solid Preshot Approach w Alex

    SC 3: Building a Solid Preshot Approach w Alex

    16/12/2019 Duration: 27min

    Player Profile Handicap: 33 Best Score Ever: 100 Current Struggle: Consistent Contact Practice: 1/week Golf Goals (Next 12 months) After losing a bunch of weight I'm trying to find my swing again and trying to get back out there more often.  Really it's all about getting more consistent so I can get closer to breaking 100.   If you want to see the A.V.E.nue to Success training that I discussed with Alex just CLICK HERE

  • GSS 111: How to Hit Your Driver Straight Every Time

    GSS 111: How to Hit Your Driver Straight Every Time

    11/12/2019 Duration: 20min

    All golfers share the common desire of hitting it long and straight down the fairway. Unfortunately, we end up finding the rough or worse the majority of the time. From there, it becomes a struggle to make a par or even a bogey.  It’s important to understand the errors you’re making in your driver swing in order to make the first steps to correcting them. Whether you hit high slices or low hooks, there are reasons for every result. If you understand these reasons and how they relate to your swing, you will be on your way to hitting more fairways. CLICK HERE to check out the video demonstrating the soak the ball drill.

page 1 from 5