Golf Podcast 245: Lessons Learned from a Recent Swing Session

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Golf lessons have gone the way of big data, but what does that actually mean for your golf game, and should you embrace or reject all this new tech? In this episode of The Golf Podcast, hosts Frank and Mike review a recent swing lesson they experienced which included thousands of data points and some of the most hi-tech equipment …


Someone Paid $210,000 for a Private Golf Lesson with Tiger Woods

Justin B. News, Players Leave a Comment

Golfers are always looking for opportunities to improve their game, often enlisting coaches to help them out. Apparently however, for a pretty penny, one of your coaches could end up being the GOAT himself. Tiger Woods returned to golf a few weeks ago at the Hero Challenge after a long hiatus that was filled with health and personal issues that …

Learning the Game of Golf in the Age of YouTube

Golf in the Age of YouTube

Eddie Coleman Golf Instruction, Opinion Leave a Comment

When I was learning the guitar, I had to have a teacher, a chord and finger chart book, and a cassette tape or CD.  The whole process was grueling in relation to learning an instrument today.  The majority of new musicians simply buy their respective instruments and go online to YouTube (or some similar site) and get lessons for free, …

How to Find a Great Golf Teacher Coach or Instructor

How to Find a Great Golf Teacher, Coach, or Instructor

Kiel Alderink Golf Instruction, More, Swing Coach 1 Comment

There are golf teachers and coaches every couple of miles down the road these days.  However, this may be a big problem for the players and parents of young players. Who should you trust with your golf game? In this article, I would like to explore some traits and give you a guide to find a great coach/teacher near you. …