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GOLF SMARTER

Golf's longest running and highest rated podcast in iTunes and Google since 2005 with more than 500 episodes! Weekly in-depth interviews provide regular "ah-ha" insights for beginning to expert golfers, including weekend hackers like the show's host, Fred Greene. Entertaining conversations with experts covering everything from game improvement to golf lifestyle. All the experts agree, you play better and enjoy it more when you GOLF SMARTER. Learn more at GolfSmarter.com
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Jan 31, 2017

577: Fred Shoemaker of Extraordinary Golf is one of the most popular and accomplished golf instructors that you may not know about. He’s got a cult-like following because he’s able to get any golfer to dive below the surface of frustration and the ability to see the ‘game’ in an entirely new light. He’s not only one of the most requested and elusive guests we’ve featured, but his episodes are our most popular. This week and next host Fred Greene will dig back to 2009 and replay two episodes in a row, the second of which has only been available to our Premium Subscribers in the past.  Enjoy

We have only a few DVDs of Fred’s “Extraordinary Golf - The Secret to Transforming Your Game” that usually sells for $50 for only $30 +s/h!

Write an review about Golf Smarter podcast in iTunes (must email the title and date of your new review) and get the DVD for only the cost of shipping&handling! Either way, first come first served.

Send your order to Fred@GolfSmarterPodcast.com

Jan 31, 2017
Bad Golfers Are Just As Happy As Scratch Golfers. Then Why Are We All Miserable? with Fred Shoemaker

577 Premium: Fred Shoemaker of Extraordinary Golf is one of the most popular and accomplished golf instructors that you may not know about. He’s got a cult-like following because he’s able to get any golfer to dive below the surface of frustration and the ability to see the ‘game’ in an entirely new light. He’s not only one of the most requested and elusive guests we’ve featured, but his episodes are our most popular. This week and next host Fred Greene will dig back to 2009 and replay two episodes in a row.  Enjoy

We have only a few DVDs of Fred’s “Extraordinary Golf - The Secret to Transforming Your Game” that usually sells for $50 for only $30 +s/h! 

Write an review about Golf Smarter podcast in iTunes (must email the title and date of your new review) and get the DVD for only the cost of shipping&handling! Either way, first come first served.

Send your order to Fred@GolfSmarterPodcast.com

Jan 24, 2017

576: Rules Shmules! Being a good golf citizen will get you invited back faster than quoting rules violations during your round. Rick Pipal created a great little acronym, R.A.R.E., to help us remember the keys to golf etiquette. Start your season with this little refresher on how you and your playing partners should conduct themselves during each round. R.A.R.E stands for Respect / Attitude / Ready Golf / Ethical Behavior.  

Jan 24, 2017
576 Premium: It's Always the Other Guy's Fault! Really?!? Let's Start the New Season with a Golf Etiquette Refresher

576 Rules Shmules! Being a good golf citizen will get you invited back faster than quoting rules violations during your round. Rick Pipal created a great little acronym, R.A.R.E., to help us remember the keys to golf etiquette. Start your season with this little refresher on how you and your playing partners should conduct themselves during each round. R.A.R.E stands for Respect / Attitude / Ready Golf / Ethical Behavior.  

Jan 17, 2017

575 Scott Seifferlein is a self taught golfer who after eight years sought out lessons from great instructors which lead him to a successful career as a player, coach, writer and advisor. In this episode, Scott shares six rules he’s developed for beginning golfers of any age that will get them hooked on the game like the rest of us. If you’re new to the game, or have someone who wants to start, or even if you want to introduce a friend or child to the game, make sure you get these rules before you begin. Scott also shares tips from one his books on how to cure your slice in five swings!
You can find and learn more about Scott at GrandRapidsGolfLesson.com

Jan 17, 2017
575 Premium: 6 Rules for Beginning Golfers of Any Age (and those who want to help them) with Scott Seifferlein

575 Premium: Scott Seifferlein is a self taught golfer who after eight years sought out lessons from great instructors which lead him to a successful career as a player, coach, writer and advisor. In this episode, Scott shares six rules he’s developed for beginning golfers of any age that will get them hooked on the game like the rest of us. If you’re new to the game, or have someone who wants to start, or even if you want to introduce a friend or child to the game, make sure you get these rules before you begin. Scott also shares tips from one his books on how to cure your slice in five swings!
You can find and learn more about Scott at GrandRapidsGolfLesson.com

Jan 11, 2017

574 Jack Sims is a successful businessman, but is also a highly skilled golf instructor. Many of us do business on the golf course, but did you know that there’s a lot to learn about one to help with the other? Jack offers multiple websites on both golf & business that are extremely enlightening.  

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JackSimsGolf.com 

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Jan 10, 2017
574 Premium

574 Premium: Jack Sims is a successful businessman, but is also a highly skilled golf instructor. Many of us do business on the golf course, but did you know that there’s a lot to learn about one to help with the other? Jack offers multiple websites on both golf & business that are extremely enlightening.  

JackSims.com 

JackSimsGolf.com 

JackSimsBusiness.com

Jan 3, 2017

573 Rick Koscher <TheGolfBetterCoach.com> gets frustrated with golfers and students who complain about inconsistency when they don’t actually understand how to make “golf shots”. He says “You cannot become a scratch golfer by staying on the driving range”. How many distances and locations can you hit a 7 iron? Most of us will say “about 150 yards”, but to be the best golfer possible, try to focus on hitting that club multiple distances, with a variety of ball flights.  If you’re serious about lowering your scores, be creative, use your imagination, and practice on your weaknesses. Instead of buying golf clubs that are popular or new, Rick suggests getting fitted to clubs that "fit your swing".

Jan 3, 2017
573 Premium: Learn to “Play the Game” and Stop Worrying About the Perfect Swing with Rick Koscher

573 Rick Koscher <TheGolfBetterCoach.com> gets frustrated with golfers and students who complain about inconsistency when they don’t actually understand how to make “golf shots”. He says “You cannot become a scratch golfer by staying on the driving range”. How many distances and locations can you hit a 7 iron? Most of us will say “about 150 yards”, but to be the best golfer possible, try to focus on hitting that club multiple distances, with a variety of ball flights.  If you’re serious about lowering your scores, be creative, use your imagination, and practice on your weaknesses. Instead of buying golf clubs that are popular or new, Rick suggests getting fitted to clubs that "fit your swing".

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