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.
CBS Sports Podcast:
"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
Green-Reading for Lower Scores with Tim Tucker
Tim Tucker is best known for his longtime work (caddy) with Bryson DeChambeau. Now a “bagman” for Kurt Kitayama, Tucker has a wealth of knowledge on Aerodynamics and Ballistics from his career in the US Airforce. Tim joins #OnthMark to discuss his True Aim Ball Marker designed to help you to aim better, improve your “start-lines” and make more putts.
Up Your Competitive Ante with Mike Booker
Mike Booker is a lifelong competitive golfer, a University of Houston Golf Team Alumnus and member of the NCAA 1977 National Championship winning Golf team, a former PGA TOUR Professional, and an inductee in the Texas Golf Hall of Fame.He recently wrote a book, “The Tournament Golfer’s Playbook” with a view to helping all golfers to be more successful tournament golfers and players. Mike talks about his book and the central question that revolves around:” Are you a Tournament Golfer or just a Golfer who Plays Tournaments?”
Terry Hashimoto Takes You on a Deep Dive into Use of the Legs and Feet for Power in the Swing
Terry Hashimoto is the is the founder of Jazz Golf (Canada), the co-developer of the BodiTrak Golf Pressure Sensor, and the inventor of the world’s first inertial measuring unit for golf and other major golf products. A former PGA TOUR professional and one of the leading minds in golf instruction, specifically Pressure Mapping and Ground Reaction Forces, Terry is still a leader in the industry and at the forefront of product development for golf improvement.
He joins us to talk about Pressure Mapping, Use of the Ground for Power and a Better Golf Swing, and How Golf can be used as a “Recovery Sport.”
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.
Dr. Robert K. Winters is an internationally renowned Sports Psychologist, Author, and Professional Speaker. He holds Bachelor (B.S) and Master’s (M.A.) degrees from Ball State University and earned his Ph.D. doctorate in Sport Psychology from the University of Virginia. Dr. Winters has spent the past 35 years investigating how one’s thoughts and attitudes affect one’s ability to perform to their optimal talent level. He has helped all types of athletes get into the winner’s circle and he joins #OntheMark to help you play great golf.
Dr. Bob delves into “Possibility Thinking and Purposeful Doing” as elaborates on the following keys to consistently great play:
1. I play my game
2. Beat the course
3. Make clear purposeful plans on every shot
4. The 80% Rule (Only hit the shot you can)
5. Get to a green light
6. Play one at a time
7. Accept the shot
Bob shares other tips and exercises that can help in achieving each of these 7 nuggets – tips he believes are the most important insights he has taught throughout his career.
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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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