Author - Chris Burns

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Episode 17: How a Holistic Approach Can Help You Play Better Golf – Interview with Mike Faye PGA
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Episode 16: Golf Course Management = Breaking 90 – With Jon Sherman from Practial-Golf
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GMSL 15: Why Your Personal Goals and Expectations Need To Align With PGA Professional Josh Boggs

Episode 17: How a Holistic Approach Can Help You Play Better Golf – Interview with Mike Faye PGA

In this episode, PGA golf professional Mike Faye joins the show. Mike is the Director of Player Performance at the Boyne Golf Academy. You may know him from his weekly #AskThePro show on Twitter. He is also brand ambassador for several products including Game-InGlove.

Mike has been an instructor for 20+ years and has developed a unique process for giving golf lessons and people are coming from all across the country to see him. It’s what he calls holistic, it’s more of a 360° approach to golf instruction and it’s how they teach at the Boyne Golf Academy. Here is a brief synopsis of the holistic approach and some of our talking points.
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Episode 16: Golf Course Management = Breaking 90 – With Jon Sherman from Practial-Golf

In this episode Jon Sherman from Practical-Golf joins me for an in-depth conversation about course management. We spent over an hour on golf course management and we could have easily spent ten hours discussing this topic. It truly is one of the underrated and underappreciated subjects as it relates to playing better golf. I hope you enjoy this episode.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Golf Course Management
    • Having or Forming a Plan For Your Round – Do you have a plan and if so, how well thought out is it?
    • Evaluating Your Next Shot
  • On Course Strategies
  • Basic Club Selection
  • Playing Aggressively vs. Playing Conservatively
  • How To Build Confidence With Your Physical and Mental Swing

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GMSL 15: Why Your Personal Goals and Expectations Need To Align With PGA Professional Josh Boggs

When you play golf, how to you evaluate your round. It’s easy to assume by score or by comparing your score to what others in your foursome shot. Well, that’s just not realistic. To be successful or just simply improve, you need to set goals and have realistic expectations based upon your age, physique, skill set, experience, etc. Unfortunately, many golfers to not set goals and it’s fair to say most of us do not have realistic expectations of how we should score. I know I am guilty of that.

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