On Next on the Tee we believe that PGA & LPGA Legends, players, top instructors and media members tell great stories that you'll really enjoy listening to. We are a golf podcast that challenges the notion that you have to be controversial or focused on Tiger Woods' swing or personal life in order to get people to listen. The way we challenge that notion is by bringing you a great lineup of guests every week who their share stories from inside the ropes plus insights and playing lessons that can help all of us lower our scores, improve our mental approach, and get more enjoyment out the game. We research the details and don't ask the simple general questions. We hope you'll make us a regular part of your golf content consumption.
Hear Donnie Hammond, Olin Browne & Eric Meeks on the golf ball controversy, playing The Masters, winning majors and how to improve your short game.
On this episode of Next on the Tee my guests are: Donnie Hammond, Olin Browne and Eric Meeks.
Donnie shared his thoughts on the golf ball controversy and if it makes sense to have one ball for Tour players and a different ball for the rest of us. He also shared memories from his times playing in the 1986 Masters and how a putt putt course near his house helped prepare him for putting on those greens. Donnie also gave us a tip for how to improve your chipping.
Olin Browne talked about his season so far on the Champions Tour, memories from his times playing in The Masters, his 40 foot chip in to defeat Larry Mize at the 1998 Hartford Open plus memories from his victory at the 2011 US Senior Open.
Eric Meeks shared his memories of playing his college golf at the University of Arizona, what it was like being a part of the 1989 US Walker Cup team with Phil Mickelson, his experience playing in the 1989 Masters, his conversation with Byron Nelson and Sam Snead and m [...]
Talking Golf, the PGA Tour, Champions Tour, and new caddy programs with 2013 Senior Open Champion Mark Wiebe, Champions Tour Pro Guy Boros and Tim Orbon of the Western Golf Association.
On this episode of Next on the Tee my guests are 2013 Senior Open Champion Mark Wiebe, Champions Tour Pro Guy Boros, son of Hall of Famer Julius Boros, and Tim Orbon, Manager of Caddy Services for the Western Golf Association.
PGA Tour Pro Nick O’Hern talks Q-School, Defeating Tiger Woods Twice in the World Match Play Tournament and his book “Tour Mentality Inside the Mind of a Tour Pro.
Nick talked about going through Q School on the European Tour, what it was like being a part of the 2005 International President’s Cup team and trying to pull the trigger on the first tee with the huge crowd, 2 former US Presidents and Team Captains Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player all right there. We talked about his 2 wins over Tiger Woods at the World Match Play Tournaments in 2005 and 2007 and what the key is to beating Tiger. We also talked about his book “Tour Mentality…Inside the Mind of a Tour Pro.”
Rob Strano, Golf Channel Academy Lead Instructor shares his stories, insights and playing lessons on Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro
Rob shared his stories from this year’s PGA Mercahndise Show including some of the cool new products he saw there. We also got a couple of new cool putting drills to try, some tips on how to improve our mental approach by doing less negative self talk, and hear about his conversations with Hal Sutton and Brad Faxon.
Andy Bell, Bobby Jones Company CEO and Jack Diehl, PGA Class A Professional Join Me
On this edition of Next on the Tee my guests are: Bobby Jones Golf CEO Andy Bell and Jack Diehl, Head Golf Pro at the Rio Grande Club & Resort.
I’ll get an update from Andy regarding what’s on tap this year for the Bobby Jones brand and how much they continue to partner with Augusta National and The Masters. I’ll talk with Jack about being a ski instructor in the winter and a Head Golf Pro in the Spring, Summer and Fall. We’ll go all the back to his time at the University of Scranton where he was a member of their Division III National Championship basketball team as well as a a part of their golf team. He’s a well rounded athlete and we’ll talk about all of that plus get a tip or two to lower our scores.
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