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Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

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Weekly Golf Instruction podcast on Swing Fixes Golf Tips, Swing drills and more.

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Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

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Weekly Golf Instruction podcast on Swing Fixes Golf Tips, Swing drills and more.

Rank #1: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 162 Michael Bentley Interview

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Michael Bentley the creator of Blast Motion joins us to talk golf.

Jan 08 2018
48 mins
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Rank #2: Episode 116 Eric Cogorno Interview

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Meet Eric Cogorno  I love every single thing about coaching golfers of all levels! I was born and raised in the Lehigh Valley and I am excited about the pursuit to bring the best possible coaching to everyone in our area. I try to mix and match the art and science of golf to provide a simple message that is unique to each individual player. I believe in working on, improving and building skills in all areas. I think preparation is what separates mediocre from good, good from great and great from the best. There are so many different ways to accomplish your golf goals; picking and implementing the most efficient game plan is the key. I truly believe there is so much that golf can do for everyone on and off the course that I hope everyone takes advantage of it. Let's get to know each other and have some fun! Contact Eric - http://www.ecgolfcoaching.com  

Jan 30 2017
1 hour 3 mins
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Rank #3: Martin Chuck Interview Episode 107

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The inventor of Tour Striker Martin Chuck joins us to tell his story on episode 107 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan.

Feb 15 2016
38 mins
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Rank #4: Liam Mucklow Interview Episode 104 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

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Liam Mucklow imparts his knowledge on the Impact nation audience in episode 104. His knowledge is deep on technology of Trackman, K-vest and more. Liam opened The Golf Lab in Toronto a indoor facility. This time of year indoors is a great way to get the most out of your game.

Jan 25 2016
39 mins
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Rank #5: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 96 Cheryl Anderson

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Cheryl Anderson of Mike Bender Golf Academy joins us on episode 96 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Cheryl spend much of her time with Juniors and lets us know how to get today's golfing youth more involved in the game.

Nov 30 2015
39 mins
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Rank #6: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 146 Jon Decker Interview

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Jon Decker author of "Golf is My Life : Glorifying God Through the Game.” joins us to tell his story.

Aug 28 2017
42 mins
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Rank #7: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 156

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This weeks guest is Monte Scheinblum former Web .com Tour Player turned instructor. Monte works with players of all levels including PGA Tour.

Nov 13 2017
51 mins
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Rank #8: Rob Strano Interview Episode 121

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 Rob Strano Interview 121 Breaking Par  with Bernard Sheridan   Rob Strano is a Golf Channel Academy Lead Instructor and is based out of Destin, Florida. He combines his unique experiences as a player on professional golf tours and teacher into a training program for golfers at all levels of ability. Early in his professional career he was an instructor/Lead Instructor with the golf schools at Pine Needles Resort in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Rob’s training program is an accumulation of experience as a teacher, student and player competing against the best players in the world.   Rob is a native of St. Louis, MO where he grew up at the same country club as 1968 Masters Champion Bob Goalby and touring professionals Jay and Jerry Haas and Frank Connor. At the age of six he began playing and was aided by a putting green his father installed in the backyard of their home. Previous to coming to Kelly Plantation he played professional golf for 15 years. Rob played tournaments on the three major US Tours (PGA, Nationwide, NGA/Hooters). As a player, he won 5 times with his last at the 1999 Energizer Invitational. Rob also earned his reputation as one of the "nicest players on tour" by donating a significant amount of his time to share his expertise at numerous charity events and outings. In 2003 Rob developed a national deaf youth instruction program and he currently travels the country teaching deaf children how to play golf in sign language at PGA/LPGA Tour events. He is the only professional in the world actively teaching out to the deaf kids in the United States. Along with the individual instruction that is available he also does corporate and charity clinics and outings during the year that are tailored to the needs of the client and the group. Rob coaches players of all levels including several Touring Professionals from the PGA Tour and mini-tours as well as the top boys and girls high school players in the panhandle of Florida. Rob was named an honorable mention Top 50 Youth Golf Instructor by US Kids Golf in 2010, 2011, and 2012 and his nationally recognized junior golf program produces numerous tournament winners throughout the year.  Rob is widely considered one of the top putting instructors in the country. His new putting training aid, Fuzion Dyn-A-line, has been an incredible success at helping players execute a better stroke and make more putts (www.FuzionPutting.com). Rob is part of the prestigious advisory board for FlightScope and a featured instruction writer for GolfWRX online.    The Strano Academy motto of "Leave Your Mark" is a saying that Rob's players hear at the end of every lesson and pertains to the amount of work necessary to be a top level player as well as a top level person. Rob has the goal of making golf easier to understand and play. To teach you as an individual; and give you a golf swing that fits your body build and helps you make as athletic a golf swing as possible. A lesson objective is to have an enjoyable experience and see improvement.    Contact Rob - http://www.stranogolf.com/Home.aspx

Mar 06 2017
58 mins
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Rank #9: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 172 Andrew Rice Interview

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This weeks Episode 172 Andrew Rice of Revolution Golf Interview Andrew is the Director of Instruction at The Club at Savannah Harbor, located at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa. In 2017, Andrew was named one of Golf Digest's 50 Top Teachers in America. He has been teaching golf for almost 25 years and uses current teaching technology to help golfers of all abilities improve.

Mar 19 2018
41 mins
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Rank #10: Jeff Ritter Interview Episode 106 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

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Jeff Ritter has just appeared on Golf Channel Academy now it's time to hear what he has to say to our listeners here at Breaking Par!

Feb 08 2016
35 mins
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Rank #11: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 170 Will Robins Interview

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Will Robins of the Scoring method joins us for episode 170 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. The Scoring Method™ system guarantees lower scores and more enjoyment from the game. Will also has worked with students of all level and he is here to talk about the Scoring method and golf instruction. This is a very informative episode your won't want to miss a single second.

Mar 05 2018
44 mins
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Rank #12: Breaking Par Episode 118 Steven Yellin

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Steven Yellin is our guest from Fluid Motion Factor. A little bit about Steven Yellin. Steven Yellin began his athletic career playing tennis at the age of 12. He competed locally and nationally and won the Florida state high school singles championship in 1971 and was a member of the winning championship team. Recruited heavily, he chose the University of Pennsylvania where he was the number one player on the team. He was a member of the All-Ivy League tennis team in 1973 and had a win over John McEnroe in a dual match during his college career. As a senior at Penn, Yellin had an extraordinary Zone experience that radically changed his understanding of sports. It was an experience unlike anything he ever experienced on the court before. Though he played on a level never before attained, he realized that the factors that precipitated this experience was something that was not taught in any lesson he had ever taken (and he had taken quite a few!), and for that matter not taught in sports anywhere. For the next 35 years, he worked on developing a systematic program that allow athletes in every sport to set up the very subtle experience in their mind that allows for Zone experiences. Though he teaches something from a mental level, his program is not based on sports psychology, but rather on a crucial neurophysiological experience that has to occur in an athletes mind in order to play on an exceptionally high level. The inner feeling when athletes have this experience is that time slows down, the intellect becomes quiet and the motion becomes effortless. Yellin's program is not based on sports psychology because it does not involve emotions, beliefs, attitudes, self-confidence or any type of visualization. Though all these elements are crucial for the development of an athlete, these attributes develop naturally and holistically when they learn his program. This is one of the reasons why the program is so revolutionary and successful. Its uniqueness lies in although it is a mental program and is based on the mind, it does not fall under the rubric of sports psychology. Essentially, the program teaches a golfer how to systematically access the muscle memory they already have. Yellin's program takes the mystery out of that hit or miss affair and explains what needs to occur in order to play well. He considers himself a 'motion expert', a title that is opening up a new field in sports. A motion expert is someone that understands motion from the most fundamental level and teaches a program that allows someone to consistently repeat where motion originates. The reason for the lengthy time needed to develop Yellin's program is that when an athlete does go into the Zone, it is a very subtle experience. Athletes, for the most part, are not too sure why they slip into the Zone and hence they have a difficult time replicating it. It is a very subtle dance during a Zone experience and Yellin had to examine that experience from every conceivable angle in order to replicate it successfully and ensure it stays for an extended time.

Feb 13 2017
34 mins
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Rank #13: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 139 Paul Wilson Interview

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I have followed Paul Wilson for years. I was always intrigued by his work with the Iron Byron swing machine. Paul joins us to talk about Iron Byron and how he has built his academy around the machine and how it works. Here is some more info about Paul Wilson. Paul turned Pro in 1991. He is the founder of Ignition Golf and the Director of Paul Wilson Golf School at Bear Best in Las Vegas since 2010. In 1997 Paul was awarded Ontario "Teacher of the Year" He has made two Appearances on The Golf Channel Academy Live in 1999 and 2000 and has written articles for several major golf publications. Paul is also the author of "The Swing Machine and " The Body Swing" Paul is a firm believer that the body or core is the main driver of the golf swing. Contact Paul- http://paulwilsongolf.com/contact-us/ Website - http://paulwilsongolf.com/

Jul 10 2017
58 mins
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Rank #14: Gary Gilchrist Episode 140 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

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Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 140 Gary Gilchrist Interview Gary Gilchrist joins us for this weeks interview. Gary works with Lydia Ko and talks about his approach to coaching some of the top players on the LPGA Tour. Here is a little bit about Gary Simply put, Gary Gilchrist is synonymous with junior golf. In a coaching career that spans more than 20 years, Gilchrist has been responsible for recruiting, training and developing more top-ranked junior-level golfers than any other coach in the world. In his illustrious coaching career, Gilchrist has taught more than 75 American Junior Golf Association All-Americans, six AJGA Players of the Year, two U.S. Amateur champions (American David Gossett and Colombia’s Maria Jose Uribe), two U.S. Junior Girls champions (Chile’s Nicole Perrot and Korea’s In-Kyung Kim), one NCAA women’s champion (Thailand’s Virada Nirapathpongporn) and one U.S. Public Links champion (American Michelle Wie). Gilchrist also teaches many of the game’s best professionals. Gilchrist coaches China’s first fully exempt LPGA Tour player Shanshan Feng and helped Yani Tseng ascend to No. 1 in the world, who when combined together, have won a combined 6 majors since 2010 under Gilchrist’s guidance — Tseng (4) and Feng (2).   Contact Gary - http://ggga.com/    

Jul 17 2017
45 mins
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Rank #15: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 153 Dr. Joe parent Interview

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Interview with Author of Zen Golf Dr. Joe Parent

Oct 23 2017
41 mins
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Rank #16: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 144 Rick Marcy Interview

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Rick Marcy of Smart Ball Golf is interviewed.

Aug 14 2017
44 mins
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Rank #17: Mike Davis Interview Eisode 101

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Top 100 teacher Mike Davis joins us for episode 101 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Mike talks about golf instruction today and how he started along with being a Top 100 instructor.

Jan 04 2016
33 mins
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Rank #18: Breaking Par Episode 114 Joe Bosco

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Welcome to Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 114 Joe Bosco Interview One of the most unique aspects of Joe’s instruction is his focus on the mental game. As Joe often says, the most important area for improvement in most people’s golf game is the “six inches between the ears.” Without a solid mental game plan, frustration from a bad shot or missed scoring opportunity can often ruin an entire round. Joe teaches students to develop a mental game plan to help them prepare for, play and accurately assess every round. This approach allows students to maintain a positive frame of mind and leads to peak performance on every shot. With Joe Bosco Golf, students embrace a hands-on, minds-on approach to golf. http://www.breakingparpodcast.com 

Jan 16 2017
47 mins
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Rank #19: Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 160 Tyler Ferrell Interview

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This week on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan we speak with Tyler Ferrell from Golf Smart Academy. Tyler has been on the forefront of 3D Golf instruction since it's inception. This allows him to diagnose swing faults and how the body works in the swing through biomechanics. This makes it easier to and faster to process and get to the root of the problem.

Dec 11 2017
39 mins
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Rank #20: Jeff Smith Interview 133 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

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Jeff Smith joins us in conversation on episode 133 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Voted by Golf Digest best Teacher in State 2015 -2016 .Jeff is Director of Instruction - Otter Creek Golf Course - Columbus, IN and the host of Those Weekend Golf Guys Podcast. His academy is Plane and Simple Golf and has taught over 18,500 lesson hours since 1994 and was the lead instructor for the PGA's Growth of the Game Jr. Golf Clinic at the 2010 PGA Professional National Championship in French Lick, Indiana, and was the Jr. Clinic Chairman at the 2014 PGA Championship Junior & Veteran Golf Clinic in Louisville, KY. and was an instructor at the Jr. Golf Clinic at the 2015 Sr. PGA Championship in French Lick, Indiana. Jeff brings his insight into the game in this weeks interview. Contact Jeff -http://www.planeandsimplegolf.com/  

May 29 2017
49 mins
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