PGA TOUR Podcast:
"On the Mark"
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In the “On the Mark” podcast, Mark offers listeners best-in-class golf instruction plus interviews with PGA TOUR players, coaches, caddies, sports psychologists, fitness trainers, and more.
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"The First Cut"
Mark joins CBS Sports senior golf writer Kyle Porter and host Chip Patterson take you inside the ropes of the golf world, on the PGA Tour and beyond. Tournament previews and picks, deep dives into the players and storylines that matter and guests from around the sport keep you up to date on the latest in the golf on the First Cut Podcast.
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Recent Video Podcasts
David Woods has been a PGA of America member since 1999. Prior to that he was a member in good standing of the Canadian PGA. David is the Director of Golf at The Vintage Club (Indian Wells CA) and is the former coach of 2003 Masters champion, Mike Weir.
David joins #OntheMark to demonstrate his (in partnership with Sean Foley) new training aid, the ProSendr, which teaches the proper, and functional, wrist alignments in the golf swing.
Kristi Barker, MPT is a Canadian Physical Therapist who believes in the importance of treating every individual as an athlete. No matter your skill, mobility and/or strength she believes in instilling you with the tools to take charge of your own health, and she joins #OntheMark to guide you to your personal best.
Todd Kolb is a PGA Professional and has been teaching golf for over 25 years. He has been named the Minnesota PGA Teacher of the Year and has coached golfers of all skills levels from Major Championship winning players, to LPGA winners, to elite Collegiate and Amateur golfers, to club level players.
Todd recently authored a book titled: The Bad Lie – Why Traditional Golf Instruction is Failing You (And What to Do)
Mark Immelman isn’t just the older brother and swing coach of 2008 Masters champion Trevor Immelman, he’s a broadcaster on a variety of platforms, one of the leading instructors in the world of golf and happy to help improve your game.
Phil Shomo has over 35 years experience coaching people. in a variety of arenas such as Business and Ministry, to navigate challenges more effectively. He is now leading a thriving Sports Psychology endeavor that focusses on helping golfers to “fuel their mental tank” while “controlling controllables.”
Phil has a Masters Degree in Transformation with a specialization in Personal Character Development. He works with golfers of all skill levels including elite NCAA competitors from teams like Mississippi State University and Augusta University. He joins #OntheMark to help you to improve your concentration and focus in practice and on the golf course.
Shomo exhibits his “Circles of Focus” as he talks about:
- How to make sense of Mental Performance.
- How to improve your relationship with yourself.
- How much control you really have in every situation.
- How Focus is mental energy and mental energy is a limited commodity.
- How paying attention is transactional.
He then explains each Circle of Focus and how to use your mental energy effectively:
- Circle of Concern – where a person has no control,
- Circle of Influence – where a person has some control, and
- Circle of Control – where a person has a lot of control.
This podcast is also available as a vodcast on YouTube. Search and subscribe to Mark Immelman.
About your podcast host: Mark Immelman
Mark Immelman is an accomplished broadcaster, golf instructor, college coach, and author. He has coached players to success on the PGA TOUR, European Tour and Sunshine Tour. Mark is passionate about golf and believes in a holistic approach to the game. Having coached two Masters Champions, Larry Mize and younger brother Trevor Immelman, Mark understands what it takes to get to the top of the game, and he shares these “trade secrets” with listeners around the globe on his podcasts.
As a player, Mark Immelman was a four-time All American and played on two NCAA championship-winning teams. He knows what it takes to perform under pressure and he helps listeners do the same with tips, drills, focusing techniques, and more.
Mark Immelman is a familiar voice on PGA TOUR LIVE and PGA TOUR Radio. It was in that capacity that he became a social media phenom and was featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter, following an incident in which he was hit by an errant golf shot in the 2014 Farmers Insurance Open (watch here).
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