GMSL #13: Finding The Best You With PGA Golf Professional Charlie King

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For many of us golfers, playing better golf starts and ends with us (you). As your reading this and listening to this podcast episode, let me ask you this. Have you found the best you? Some of you may be asking, what does that even mean. In general, it’s about playing to your strengths and weaknesses. In this episode Top 100 Golf Professional Charlie King joins us to talk about finding the best you. Charlie explains how you can take your current set makeup, current swing and play better golf just by understanding you and playing to your strengths. Take a listen, we have a great show for you.

What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

  • How to find the best you
  • How your body type may affect the way you swing the club
  • How your personality traits may dictate your tempo
  • How to play to your strengths and not your weaknesses
  • What is a fundamental flaw vs. a mannerism
  • What is skill based golf instruction

About Charlie King:

Ranked by both Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine as one of America’s Best Instructors, Charlie King joined Reynolds Plantation in March 2006 as Director of Instruction. Founder and CEO of UnCommon Golf LLC, King has authored three books – “You’re NOT Lifting Your Head”, “Golfs’ Red Zone Challenge”, and the e-book, “The New Rules of Golf Instruction.”  King has consistently been named among the top instructors by golf magazines such as Golf Digest (2000, 2001, 2004).   King has appeared on The Golf Channel’s regular Monday night special, “Your Game Night.” Most recently, Charlie launched Anti-Method blog and podcast.

Author and Golf Professional Charlie King

Author and Golf Professional Charlie King

Charlie King’s Credentials:

  • Ranked as one of America’s Top 100 Instructors by GOLF Magazine
  • Appeared as a guest instructor on Golf Channel’s Academy Live
  • Recipient of the prestigious NFPGA Horton Smith Award for contributions to education in 1997 and 2002
  • 18-year member of The PGA of America
  • Writes instructional articles for GOLF Magazine
  • Featured instructor for the CNN Airport Channel
  • 3 time published author
  • Owner of Anti-Method Golf blog and podcast

Show Notes:

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About the author

Chris Burns

I enjoy writing about what I believe is missing from major golf publications as well as common misconceptions in the game of golf.
Although is passion is golf and my profession is teaching the game of golf, I have been tinkering with golf equipment for over twenty years.

My knowledge and experience in golf is diverse, and ranges from teaching, coaching, club fitting, equipment design and golf club repair.

I truly believe anyone can find success in golf and I want to help you get there.

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