Unlock the experience, expertise and knowledge of the Secret Golf team in the new Secret Golf podcast. Hosted by 1995 PGA champion Steve Elkington and Diane Knox, the podcast features conversations with members of the Secret Golf staff, including major champions and multiple-time winners on the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Web.com Tour.
On this Secret Golf Podcast, find out more about Secrets & Lies with Knoxy. Secrets & Lies is our female-targeted monthly newsletter which covers golf instruction, lifestyle, news from the LPGA, fitness and more. Prior to the March edition being published next week, Diane wanted to discuss a recent article she read on ‘Reasons Why Women Should Play Golf’. I mean, why should ANYONE play golf?! To explore this topic and examine issues surrounding this Diane is joined by a team of fellow Scots - Michael McEwan, Assistant Editor of Bunkered magazine and Cailin Reid, an 18 year old golf enthusiast who feels very much out-numbered at her club.
Also, with the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill this week, hear an unbelievable stat involving two of the biggest names on the PGA TOUR (*clue…one of them won a few weeks ago and one is back with a vengeance…!)
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Youth on Course
Growing the game, that’s what it’s really all about! This week at Secret Golf, we announced our exciting new partnership with Youth on Course. Their 30,000 members will receive our Secret Golf instructional content FOR FREE. On the podcast, Knoxy is joined by a whole host of people to celebrate this.
She talks to Elk about why Secret Golf wanted to be involved with such an inspirational organization and how much of a difference this would have made to his learning process as a kid growing up in Australia.
Kaitlyn Petrando, Marketing Manager from Youth on Course tells us more about the incredible work they do and how our Player Channel content will be used with their members.
And finally, Knoxy just HAD to speak to someone who came up through the ranks. Ronnie McDowell Jr (with a special guest appearance from his Mom…!) talks very openly about how Youth on Course changed his whole life.
Find out more about Youth on Cours [...]
A Tiger-worthy Performance and Fan Conduct with Ryan Ballengee and Jay Kaplan
On the new Secret Golf podcast, Knoxy has Golf News Net’s Ryan Ballengee and Secret Golf’s Jay Kaplan back to follow up on last week’s podcast. Ryan and Jay are forced to ‘eat their words’ over the latest turn of events in Tiger’s comeback and the guys analyze his performance. Also the issue of fan conduct is once again at the forefront of golf news after Justin Thomas evicted a fan before he went on to lift the trophy at the Honda Classic - was he right to do this? The team make early Masters predictions and, with The Oscars this weekend, Diane reveals the SHOCKING movie she has never seen. Surely she’s the only golf fan never to watch this?!
“Tigermania” with Ryan Ballengee & Jay Kaplan
On this Secret Golf Podcast, Knoxy is joined by Ryan Ballengee from Golf News Net and Secret Golf’s Jay Kaplan to preview this week’s Honda Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach, FL and discuss Tiger’s inclusion in the field. The team talk about how ‘Tigermania’ has changed since the late 90s/early 00s and the impact it’s having on the players, including Woods himself. Also, with the PGA Tour moving from the West to the East, Elk puts his agronomy hat on and explains the differences between the two coasts.
“Secrets & Lies” with Deb Vangellow
On this podcast, Diane chats to LPGA Master Professional and Secret Golf contributor Deb Vangellow. Learn more about Deb and the philosophy behind her student-centered teaching, and hear why she feels this is the most exciting time for woman’s golf. Also, as the second edition ‘Secrets & Lies’ launches, find out more about this new project from Secret Golf.
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