Peter Weisel Interview Episode 117 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Peter is the Junior Golf Coordinator at Roanoke Country Club in Roanoke, VA. A life long athlete, Peter has been playing golf since he was in high school in New Jersey. After playing college golf for Roanoke College (Salem,
Author and coach Liam warburton of Complete Player Golf in the U.K. joins us for episode 98. Liam's book"Think Well Play Great" is on the mental game and how to become a complete player. Complete player Golf is also an online program that can be reached here Complete Player Golf Bernard Sheridan is
Rob Noel Top 100 teacher joins us for episode 92 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Rob teaches out of Money Hill in Abita Spring Louisiana. Rob offers Fast First swing speed training along with AimPoint putting. Rob has been a golf teaching professional for 28 years. He shares with us how to build speed
Brandon Stooksbury joins us for episode 88 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Brandon Stooksbury is the author of "The Wedge Book" a comprehensive look at short game and how it can help you lower your scores. We talk about his new book and also how Brandon changed his major goals in life from studying
Brandi Jackson has played the game since she was 8 years old. She spent several years on the LPGA Tour and now she works helping other players reach that goal. Brandi Jackson works to consult, coach and mentor aspiring junior golfers to help them achieve their dream of playing collegiate golf. She has guided players to
Wayne Watts Joins us for episode 84 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Wayne has been teaching for several years and has worked side by side with Lynn Blake for five years. We talk about the swing and how Impact Zone and the Golfing machine can help you get the most out of your game.
TPI Level II, ACE Certified, US Kids Master Instructor In recent years, Brad could be found on the lesson tee at Congressional Country Club, Maryland, The Raven in Arizona, Glen Lake Golf and Practice Center in Minnetonka, Troy Burne Golf Club in Wisconsin, and Minnetonka Country Club. He was the captain of the Central College
Jordan Speith is now the youngest winner of our national golf championship the U.S. Open 2015 at Chambers Bay. As other players crumbled around him Jordan hung on to seal the deal on his second major win of the 2015 season.