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Be Your Own Coach When You Play

The one thing about golf is that once you are on the course it is only you out there. That is unless you are a Tour Player. Tour Players have caddies. The carry the bag, make sure the player has what they need. Keep the equipment clean. But most importantly they exchange advice with the

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Bryson DeChambeau’s Confidence is Key

Bryson DeChambeau is on a run and there are many who think it is his Swing that has lead to three wins on the PGATour in 2018. Bryson has worked hard to fine tune his swing so it is repetitive and holds up under pressure. I believe the real key to Bryson’s Run is due

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Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 181 Todd Stofka Interview

This week on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan we talk with Todd Stofka of Philly Hypnosis Performance. The mental game of golf has so much to do with how not only we handle ourself on the corse but how we perform under pressure. As the Pennsylvania’s foremost physician referred hypnotherapist, Todd Stofka and his team are committed to

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Episode 155 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Dr. Glen Albaugh Interview

Dr. Glen Albaugh has created a unique Applied Sport Psychology Consulting Service for a wide range of professional and amateur golfers. Glen taught sports psychology at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California for 28 years where he coached the Pacific Tigers golf team. It was during this time, while working with the finest

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Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 153 Dr. Joe Parent Interview

Dr Joe Parent Mental Game expert and the author of Zen Golf joins us for episode 153 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Golf Digest magazine named Dr. Joe to their list of “Top Ten Mental Game Experts” in the world, and made him a featured teacher in their popular instructional section, “Breaking 100, 90, 80,

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Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 145 Mark Cheney

As an educator and coach, Mark Cheney brings a unique approach to coaching golf and the mental game. He is the only certified GolfPsych instructor in the state of Nevada. In addition to GolfPsych certification, he is a USGTF certified teaching professional, Titleist Performance Institute certified, an instructor with The First Tee of Southern Nevada,

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Dayne Gingrich 134 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

Dayne Gingrich started as a tennis Pro and became a instructor. Here then found the mental game was helping his students better then standard instruction and realized he had tapped into something big. He now teaches the 1% mental mind set not just for tennis but golf and life. This is a episode you don't

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David Breslow Interview 132 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

David Breslow joins us to for episode 132 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Wired to Win–is based on the simple wisdom of centuries old laws and truths with provable modern science of human performance. Why? Because It offers you the simplest path.  Simple. Accessible. Repeatable. It is a model that proves itself over and

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Bill Abrams Interview Episode 128

Bill's Philosophy My coaching provides a results based, common sense, long term solutions to even the most nagging issues. We will discover your ability to play better in an accelerated manner. I utilize a simple approach to allow players a consistent, repeatable swing and outstanding results. My teaching is results oriented and you will not