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.
Hal Sutton, Mark Calcavecchia, & Chris Mitchell Join Me...
On this episode of Next on the Tee hear my conversations with PGA Tour legends Hal Sutton and Mark Calcavecchia plus New England.Golf Writer and Podcast Host Chris Mitchell.
Hal Sutton shares his thoughts on the impact that a parent's over zealous desire for their junior golfer's success can have on their child's psyche and love for the game. He also talks about what has led to him opening up on Twitter, how he would entertain the other players during rain delays, plus thoughts on The Masters.
Mark Calcavecchia talks about his battle with Covid-19 plus his first Masters experience, what he did with the Claret Jug during his year with it after winning the Open Championship in 1989, and setting the record with 9 birdies in a row at the 2009 Canadian Open.
Chris Mitchell talks about some of the great golf courses to play along Cape Cod and Southeast Massachusetts, plus his fantasy golf picks and insights for The Masters.
Top Instructors Tom Patri & John Mascari Plus Perfect Motion CEO Rich Kosowsky
Two of the Top Instructors in the game, Tom Patri and John Mascari share their insights and playing lessons, plus PerfectMotion CEO Rich Kosowsky talks about how their app can pick up your swing flaws and help you fix them in real time on this edition of Next on the Tee.
Tom Patri shares his thoughts on the growth of sports betting, why he switched from his old reliable Ping Anser putter to a new Scotty Cameron Phantom, and why all the commercials talk about speed and distance versus short game and putting.
John Mascari shares how his role as a PGA Professional has changed from the days of just being a Teacher to being a small business owner. He also shares his thoughts for where the role is going and what the PGA of America needs to pay attention to going forward.
Rich Kosowsky talks about their PerfectMotion app that identifies swing flaws in real time by using artificial intelligence and your phone's camera. The app enables you to work directly with their stable of Instructors that includes PGA Legend Chip Beck.
Bryan Finnerty, CEO of V1 Sports & Galway Bay Outerwear, Joins Me...
Bryan Finnerty shares his story of going from an 11 year member of the Detroit Rockers in the National Professional Soccer League, to owning some of the largest sports arenas in the country, to being a Board member of the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame, to being CEO of V1 Sports and the Galway Bay brand.
Top Instructor & Host of The Golf Kingdom TV Show Rob Strano Shares Putting Tips and his Thoughts on Bryson DeChambeau at Augusta National...
Top Instructor and Host of The Golf Kingdom TV Show Rob Strano shares his thoughts on Bryson DeChambeau, what his long drives could mean at The Masters, plus tips for how to putt well on aerated greens and the myth that all putts break towards the water.
Kellie Stenzel, PGA Master Professional & LPGA Top 50 Instructor, Shares Tips for Longer Drives & Gaining Distance Control on Your Chips...
On this segment of Next on the Tee, PGA Master Professional & Top 50 Women's Instructor Kellie Stenzel talks about her trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and across the state of Montana playing golf with her son. She also shares tips for how we can get center face contact for greater distance, when and if there are shot where you should change our grip, and how to gain distance control on our chip shots.