Fried Egg Stories: Bobby Clampett and His Golfing Machine
The Fried Egg Golf Podcast
Today, Homer Kelley's 1969 book The Golfing Machine is a standard text for those who study the science of the golf swing. Famous instructors cite it, as do tour pros like Bryson DeChambeau and Steve Elkington. But in 1982, The Golfing Machine was most associated with 23-year-old Bobby Clampett, who had been schooled in Kelley's system. Clampett had compiled a stellar amateur résumé, and after two rounds of the '82 Open Championship, he led by five shots. He was on the verge of validating what he had once told a reporter about The Golfing Machine: "It's the Bible of golf." In this edition of our audio documentary series, we tell the story of Homer Kelley, Bobby Clampett, and their quest to prove that science could solve the mysteries of the game. Season two of Fried Egg Stories is brought to you by Precision Pro Golf. This episode was produced by Garrett Morrison and mixed by Cameron Hurdus.
Bobby Clampett- CEO Impact Zone Golf/ Won at Amateur, Collegiate, & Professional Levels
The Golf Zone
On this show!Reflection Bay UpdateNEW Pro Tip from PGA Tour Veteran Craig BarlowGolf tip on club fittingHalf Cup Putting Aid WinnerCourse Spotlight- Sand Hollow Resort (Hurricane, UT)Fun golf factFly Golf Band WinnerInterview with Bobby ClampettLinks:Reflection Bay Golf Club: https://reflectionbaygolf.com/Sand Hollow Resort: https://sandhollowresort.com/golf/HPGI: https://highperformancegolf.com/Half Cup Putting Aid: https://halfcupputting.com/Use promo code- GOLFZONE $2.00 offFly Golfer: https://flygolfer.com/thegolfzoneUse link to get it for just $8.00!Bobby Clampett Impact Zone Golf: https://impactzonegolf.com/
“Flashlight” on Bobby Clampett, “Peak” decades, the Seminole Match
The Shotgun Start
This Wednesday episode begins with a discussion on tacos, overrated components of tacos, and the delivery vessels of tacos. We then transition to the official announcement of the skins match at Seminole. We ponder how Rory will carry the conversation, how Rickie will activate, how DJ will strategize his way around, how Wolff could be a breakout star and, of course, whether TaylorMade will put CT machines on the first tee for testing. Mostly, we just praise the effort to bring televised golf (for a good cause) back into our lives and at a course that so few have seen on TV. An article on the European Tour’s dire financial situation also leads to a brief discussion on how different the world of golf might look when this is over and how the Euro Tour should focus on a trimmed down core product. Then Andy brings some numbers to the table to compare and contrast some of the peak decade-long runs we keep encountering during our Spotlight series and applying that marker to some modern superstars. How do they hold up against each other and to some of the names we’ve discussed in detail this past month, like Nick Faldo and Fred Couples? Lastly, we spend some time reliving the career of Bobby Clampett in what is not a full-fledged Spotlight but more of a short Flashlight review. His outrageous amateur run is discussed. We laugh at his hijinks from an all-around amusing 1979 U.S. Open, which also included the infamous Hinkle Tree and an imposter playing a practice round. Clampett’s flameout at the 1982 Open, where he held a 7-shot lead, is highlighted with Dan Jenkins reading. Finally, we discuss his place in history as the great hope of the Golfing Machine that fizzled out following the promise of his amateur success.
Bobby Clampett on Golf and "The Impact Zone" - That Moment of Truth
On the Mark Golf Podcast
Bobby Clampett has been a leader in every arena of golf in which he has participated. A leading collegian, a PGA TOUR winner, a foremost Television Broadcaster and now a leading instructor, Bobby shares his experiences and observations on the golf swing and his approach to instruction. Bobby talks about his experiences with Ben Doyle and "The Golf Machine". He also delves into his approach, "The Impact Zone" and shares tips to help you improve the 'Moment of Truth" at impact. Bobby also shares anecdotes and insights he learned from Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Bernhard Langer.
Day 3 "LIVE" with Bobby Clampett, Paul Stankowski, Yamaha Pres. Tom McDonald & more...
Golf Talk America
Timm, Frank & Brendan welcome PGA TOUR Professionals Bobby Clampett & Paul Stankowski, Yamaha Golf Car President Tom McDonald, Winstar Golf Academy Director Michael Ferguson, Robo Golf Pro founder Scott Nei, Golf Genius Software President Michael Zisman, Executive Producer of the new movie, Tommy's Honour, Keith Bank & more...
552: Bobby Clampett was the Low Amateur at the 1979 US Open and the 1980 Masters. He played on the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour in addition to being a network golf announcer/commentator. After playing with over 1,000 amateurs at more than 220 Pro-Ams he noticed something about their divots that separates high handicappers from Tour players. “...the Touring pros had a swing bottom approximately 4 inches in front of the center of the golf ball. For every inch amateurs were behind that 4 inches, equated to, on average, 4 strokes per inch!" In this week’s episode Bobby talks with host Fred Greene about his history, greatest influences, the Golfing Machine, and his effective method of instruction called The Impact Zone. Bobby is going to be giving a “Golfing In The Zone Clinic” at Michael Murphy’s Golf In The Kingdom Marathon charity event on September 11-12, 2016 at Peacock Gap in San Rafael, CA. For more information and to register for the event, visit http://itp-international.org/GKM2016.This episode is brought to you by Golf Overnight. If you’re about to take a vacation or golf trip, don’t have your golf clubs slow you down! This trip, have your clubs waiting for you...not the other way around! Save 20% when you use our exclusive promo code “gsmart" at GolfOvernight.com. Click on the ad at the bottom of our home page and use the promo code “gsmart”. WIN! WIN! WIN! Golf Smarter has teamed up with Dean Knuth of knuthgolf.com to give away a High Heat 3Wood. Deadline to
Next on the Tee - Bobby Clampett, Missie Bertiotti & Kip Henley
next on the tee with chris mascaro
This week my guests are: Winner of The Golf Channel's Big Break II and Caddie for PGA Pro Brian Gay, Kip Henley; LPGA Pro and Instructor Missie Bertiotti and PGA Tour Pro, Broadcaster & CEO of Impact Zone Golf Bobby Clampett.Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday at 9:00 AM as he talks with PGA Tour legends, today's players, equipment manufacturers, club Superintendents and people influencing all aspects of the game of golf, Next on the Tee.
Golf Talk Radio with Mike & Billy 3.09.13 - Bobby Clampett, PGA, Senior PGA Tour discusses "The Impact Zone" & GTRadio Trivia - Hour 2
Golf Talk Radio with Mike & Billy Podcasts
Bobby Clampett, PGA, Senior PGA Tour, Instructor and Broadcaster calls into the program to discuss his new instructional program "The Impact Zone". Visit www.bobbyclampett.com for more on "The Impact Zone". Bobby also discusses his involvement with The First Tee. Mike & Billy play GTRadio golf trivia.Golf Talk Radio with Mike & Billy is brought to you by Slickstix.com, Adams Golf, The Links at RiverLakes Ranch Golf Course , Microfiber Greens Towel, True Aim, McPhees Grill, The Kickwedge, Puttle.com, GroupGolfer.com and Golf Tournament In A Box, Paso Robles Golf Club. Visit Golftalkradio.com for the latest show information, contests, videos, iPhone and Android Apps and more! If you are interested in advertising with Golf Talk Radio with Mike & Billy email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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