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Brian Mogg joins Mark Immelman to help you understand technique and lower your scores. He demonstrates drills designed to help feel and understanding. Insights on putting, chipping and pitching, swing arc width and a more loaded pivot with better rotation.
Jon Adler dives into playing your best when it matters in golf, being less frustrated when on-course and developing a calm mind.
Steve Scott discusses competitiveness and shares tips on how you can direct your focus, talent and emotion to get the most out of your competitive instinct. He also addresses dealing with failure, risk and reward and preparation.
Gavin Grenville Wood advises on Goal Setting, Pushing and Motivating, Setting Expectations, Practice, and Handling Disappointment in junior golf.
Shauheen Nakhjavani explains ” Functional Matchups” in your backswing and downswing and how you can use them to straighten your slice or hook.
Sean Foley joins this episode of On The Mark to share his take on the game and how to maximize improvement and skill. He shares PGA TOUR examples as he dives into Body Motion in the swing, the action of the Arms and Hands, Confidence vs Competence, Perception and Reality and Productive Practice.
Dr. Bob Rotella is one of the foremost golf coaches in the game. Specializing in Sports Psychology, Dr. Bob is consistently recognized as the leading mind in his field. Rotella joins the podcast to share thoughts and insights to help you navigate the challenges of being mentally astute on the course and in competition.
Shawn Clement joins the On the Mark podcast with Mark Immelman and talks about efficient use of the torso, hips, legs and feet in the golf swing. He dives into the subject of GRF (Ground Reaction Forces) and how you can swing well and use the ground to develop power and consistency as you swing the golf club.
Mark Immelman is joined by golf coach George Gankas to discuss how you can improve your golf swing and deliver more consistent shots.
Smith joins our podcast to share his philosophy on the golf swing, and to help you improve your swing so that you can improve your “Spin Loft” to strike the ball more powerfully (gain more golf ball compression) and more consistently.
Butch Hamon dives into golf swing theory, the importance of impact, ball-flight and trajectory, the key to repetition, eliminating one side of the target and keeping things simple.
Debbie Doniger joins On the Mark to share some of the online video content she has been producing – 5 Drills to Better Ball-striking.
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