Michael Breed is one of the most notable personalities in golf. He previously hosted the number one golf instruction show on television, The Golf Fix. which aired on the Golf Channel for many years.
As a follow-up to last week’s episode , our guests this week include a world renowned sports psychologist, a golf mental game coach, a duo that has worked with hall of fame golfers, and one of the most prominent peak performance coaches in the world.
This week (and next week) on the podcast, we are digging into the vault and revisiting a few of our favorite episodes and experts on the Mental Game.
Today I am especially excited to have on our special guest, SMU Golfer and one of the top amateur golfers in the game, Ben Wong.
We had the chance to see a lot of Ben at the NCAA finals this past year (where he played his final match against Oklahoma State’s Victor Hovland who recently turned professional) and today we get to sit down with Ben to hear his journey from Hong Kong, to Beijing, and eventually landing in Texas.
Rob Collins is the course designer, architect, and ultimately, the inspiration behind Sweetens Cove. If you haven’t heard of Sweetens Cove yet, you’re about to be introduced to the story of an incredible little 9-hole course near Chattanooga Tennessee (South Pittsburgh) that has taken the world of golf by storm. But it wasn’t always smooth sailing for what many may simply think was an “overnight success.”
Today I am especially excited to have on our special guest, Tom Coyne.
Tom is much more than a golf writer; yes, he’s written multiple best-selling golf books and has many contributions to golf publications, but I consider Tom a Golf Adventurer.
He’s a guy that loves the game so much and is willing to do the extremes when it comes to his journeys in golf and thanks to his willingness to do a deep dive into these crazy adventures, we all learn more about the heart, soul, and history of this game we love.
Jayne Storey is one of the most fascinating coaches I’ve come across in the game of golf. She is a pioneer of an emerging genre, which seeks to unite Eastern spiritual practice with high performance in pressure situations.
Today I am especially excited to have on our special guest, fitness and mental game coach, Jentry Barton.
Normally when wewe talk about the “mental game” we are speaking in terms of on-course tactics and strategies. But today we have on Jentry Barton to talk the mental game as it relates to our fitness by getting into the gym and staying focused on what we need to do to make our bodies our most important golf tool.