On the Mark Golf Podcast

On the Mark Golf Podcast

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.

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May 13, 2022 50 min

Erik Barzeski brings both an extensive scientific understanding as well as a history of teaching to his golf instruction. Recognized as a Golf Digest “Best Young Teacher in America” in 2017 and a Golf Digest “Best in State” instructor in 2017-2020, Erik is the Director of Instructor Development for 5SK® and co-authored the golf instruction book "Lowest Score Wins."

He joins On the Mark to help you to improve your golf by be...

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Ted Scott is a Golf Professional, Golf Instructor and a long-time PGA TOUR Caddy. Having spent many years at the highest level of the game working for Grant Waite, Bubba Watson and now Scottie Scheffler, Scott is hugely experienced and has a wealth of knowledge about: Playing and Getting the Most out of the Game, Course Management, Attitude and Mental Acumen, Productive Practice and Positive Habits for Success.

He joins "On the...

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Dr. Robert Winters is a sought after and internationally renowned Sports Psychologist who works with golfers and athletes of all skill levels. Based in Orlando, FL. at The David Leadbetter Golf Academy, Dr. Winters is the founder of theconfidencedoctor.com.

The author of multiple books, Bob joins the podcast to talk about his ideas and mental concepts for consistently great putting. He shares ten insights/tips that are easy to comp...

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Craig Foster is a long-time golf club-maker and fitter and the founder of Dynalign Golf LLC - a dynamic putting pre-shot alignment technique. 

Craig used his knowledge of golf club manufacture and design and an exhaustive research of human biomechanics to beat the "Yips", and that experience led to the development of Dynalign. He joins us to share his story, his research and his insights to help you develop a more stable an...

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Chris Mayson is a GOLF Magazine-Top 100 Teacher, and a Golf Digest-Best Young Teacher in America. He works with a number of elite level golfers including PGA TOUR and LPGA players and is uniquely qualified to advise on things the pro's do that you should too.

Chris illustrates lessons and approaches you can emulate in Practice, On the Course and After the Round:

Practice: Create a "bandwidth" - functional shot dispersio...

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Mark Immelman is the host of the "On the Mark" Podcast, a GOLF Magazine "Teacher to Watch" and an Announcer and Analyst for CBS Sports and ESPN+.

He was the analyst for The Amen Corner Channel at the 2022 Masters and he recaps the event and shares lessons you can learn from Scottie Scheffler, Cam Smith and The Augusta National Golf Club.

Mark discusses: Practicing and playing from Uneven Lies, Course Management ...

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Bernie Najar is the Director of Instruction at Caves Valley Golf Club in Maryland. Recognized as one of the top instructors in both the Baltimore-Washington D.C. area and the USA, Bernie is one of Golf Digest's 50 Best Teachers and Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers. He is also Kyle Berkshire's (World Long Driving Champion) lifelong instructor.

Bernie joins the podcast to share his take, and some industry secrets, to hitting ...

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Iain Highfield is the Director of of The KOHR Academy, an award-winning Mental Performance Coach and a published author. He joins "On the Mark" to help you develop skills to make your practice productive with the goal of turning it into lower scores.

Iain shares his take on what makes practice effective, describing how learning happens via cognitive stress. He describes "Spacing" and Variability" Effects and how...

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Jeff Fisher is nationally recognized and decorated golf instructor. He works with golfers of all skill levels including PGA TOUR, LPGA and Mini Tour professionals. Vastly experienced, Jeff has seen the game at all levels and is uniquely qualified to contrast and compare the Pro and Amateur games. He joins "On the Mark" to illustrate certain golf swing elements/moves the athletic professional can pull off consistently; moves...

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Lexi Thompson is an LPGA champion, a Major Champion and one of the leading golfers in the Women's game. Compliments of Bridgestone Golf she joins "On the Mark" to discuss her career in golf and how she get the most out of her game.

Lexi talks about her life in a golf household with two brothers who play the game well. She relives the story of her childhood in the game and some of her amazing feats including qualifying f...

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Geoff Shackelford is an author of eleven books, a journalist, a TV personality (NBC Golf Channel) and the Co-designer of five Golf Courses in the Los Angeles area. Thanks to his incisive and curious mind, Geoff is widely researched, and holds one of the most respected opinions on golf course design in the game. With that in mind he joins us to discuss golf course design and how understanding its concepts can help you to improve you...

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Kevin Sprecher is the Director of Golf Instruction at Sleepy Hollow CC in New York. A Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor, Sprecher is sought out by golfers of all skill levels for his complete approach to golf instruction and game improvement. In this podcast Kevin shares simple ways to lower your golf scores.  He discusses a wide range of topics including:

The importance of Club-fitting and how adapting your swing to ill-fitting clu...

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Debbie Doniger, a former LPGA and LET Golf Professional, has parlayed her playing experience into a successful career in golf instruction. She is the Director of Instruction at Glen Arbor GC (New York), a Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor and a voice on SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio.

Debbie joins "On the Mark" for a second time to help you to a better, more efficient golfswing, by way of specially designed drills and practice. Deb...

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Mike Adams is a Hall of Fame Golf Instructor who has worked with PGA TOUR and LPGA winners and Major Champions. Terry Rowles has also amassed a noteworthy resume of champions at every level of the game. The two have collaborated to become a force in the world of golf instruction and they join "On the Mark" to share ideas and advice on how to gain an extra 10 MPH of clubhead speed without any additional effort. They address:

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Karl Morris is Europe's leading Performance Mind Coach, delivering cutting edge methods of peak performance and goal achievement to a range of clients across sports and business. He joins our podcast to talk about his most recent book (with Gary Nichol) "The Lost Art of the Short Game" but he also joins to help you to lower your golf scores. The first point he delves into is "connecting you to your golf club", t...

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February 10, 2022 40 min

Matt Kuchar is a 9x PGA TOUR winner, a PLAYERS Champion, an Olympic Golf Bronze Medalist, The Vardon Trophy (PGA TOUR Leading Scoring Ave.) winner and The Byron Nelson Award (PGA TOUR Lowest Adjusted Scoring Ave.) winner. A former USA Ryder Cup and President's Cup Team member, Kuchar has long been one on the more consistent players in world golf. He joins Mark Immelman to discuss his career in, and approach to, golf. He talks a...

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David Armitage (Scotland) is a Master PGA Professional and one of the leading golf instructors in the game. Based in Miami, FL, he is sought out by PGA TOUR, Korn Ferry Tour and DP World Tour players for his insights and passion for player improvement. David joins "On the Mark" to share ways to improve your ball-striking, and by extension ball-compression and power, trajectory and distance control. He not only addresses the...

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Fred Couples is a Hall of Fame inductee, a former OWGR World #1, the 1992 Masters Champion, a 2x PLAYERS Champion and a 15x PGA TOUR Winner. Long known as "Boom Boom" and the owner of one of the smoothest golf-swings ever, Freddie joins "On the Mark" to talk about his career in golf, his ascent to the top of the game and he walks us through his victory in the 1992 Masters.

Fred talks about growing up on a Public Cou...

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Jon Shoepf is a Golf Digest "Best Young Teacher" and on of the Golf Digest "Best Teachers in California". A former disciple of Jim McLean, Schoepf joins us to explain the value of being athletic as you embark on game improvement and golf swing changes. As he dives into the concept of athleticism and the athletic nature of the golf swing, Jon shares his 5 Principles for Success:

Trusting a System and not a Method; Ex...

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Tyler Slocum is a Class A PGA Professional and a Jim McLean Golf Master Schools Instructor. One of the bright young minds in the game he believes that "the ultimate judge of the golf swing is the golf ball, and the whole goal is to hit solid, desirable shots under pressure." To that end he joins us to help you build a better, more functional backswing. As he dives into the backswing he illustrates his "4 Points of Refer...

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