Bob is a regular guy with a regular job but plays very high competitive golf. In many ways, he is much like you. He can’t dedicate 7 days a week to practice or get to the gym like the PGA and Champions Tour players do, but Bob has a great story leading into 2019.
This week we are talking all about creating and designing a buddy’s trip. When going on some sort of big or small group golf travel event, it’s important to know the do’s and don’ts which is why I’ve brought on our good buddy Matt Ginella.
Today I am especially excited to have on our special guest, PGA Tour Pro Scott Harington.
He embodies what 18Strong is all about: not only has he been working towards his dream of playing on the PGA Tour for the past 17 years, but it’s the battles off the course that he and his wife have endured in the last several years that make the fulfillment of his dream that much more amazing.
Today I am especially excited to have on our special guest, Matt Cardis, founder of Golf in Your State and The Golf Wall Project.
Well, Karl Morris and Gary Nicol have done it again with their latest book The Lost Art of Playing Golf. The “Lost Art” books are unlike any instructional books I’ve ever read and I think once you get your hands on it you’ll agree.
Markus is a former professional golfer hailing from Sweden who has taken a special interest in the connection between the mind and the mechanics of golf.
Our guest this week, Jason Moore, president of True Linkswear and one of the co-founders of the company along with his PGA pro brother Ryan Moore. Since its founding 10 years ago on the idea that something was missing in golf wear, they have seen more and more golfers “enjoying the walk” as their brand and movement has taken off.
This week we have Liesbeth “Lizzy” Pauwels, one of the premier golf fitness and yoga instructors in the Netherlands, on to talk about her golf fitness journey and the growing state of golf fitness in Europe as compared to North America.
This week we have a pioneer in the world of golf, John Ashworth, of LINKSOUL. Our mission here at 18Strong is to not only bring you information on exercises, game improvements, and fitness, but also cool people and cool things going on in the things of golf and we have definitely tapped into that this week in our interview with.
The title of this episode, “Should You Lower Your Expectations,” might sound a little negative at first. But once you understand how changing our expectations can provide a whole new outlook on who we are and what we do, I promise that by the end of this recording, you will appreciate how this alteration can lead to a more successful outcome.