Brendan Ryan joins us for this weeks episode 169 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Brendan has served as a coach for Division I, III, and NJCAA schools, as well as individual players, and has published several books about junior golf, coaching, and college golf recruiting. As a coach, he claimed 15 team titles,
Bounce is the angle from the leading edge to the trailing edge of your wedges. Depending on the conditions you play in can determine how much bounce you should be using. The lower the number the lower the bounce. On many wedges you will see two numbers. The larger number is the degrees of loft.
Nicole Weller is our guest this week on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Here is a little about Nicole. As Head Teaching Professional at The Landings Club in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, Nicole Weller is a member of the LPGA T&CP, PGA of America and Proponent Group. She has served on the LPGA*USGA Girls Golf of Savannah
Many players have heard that they swing out to in. They have also heard that all PGA and LPGA Tour players Swing from in to out. But what does that mean and how does it affect your shots. Swing path is a measurement of the path the club takes through the Impact Zone in relationship
For as long as I can remember one of the biggest things players tell each other is to keep their head down through the golf swing. This is the furthest thing from the truth. Keeping your head steady on the backswing is one thing but keeping it steady on the downswing cause the upper body
Mel Sole & Phil Ritson Mell Sole joins us on this weeks episode 167 of breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Here is a little bit about Mel's history in instruction. After a playing career on the South African PGA Tour, Mel Sole turned his focus to teaching under the tutelage of Phil Ritson back
This week on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan we speak with the Founder of The Golf Science Lab podcast Cordie Walker. Cordie is growing the game of golf through his interviews on golf and helping golfers and coaches learn more about the the game and ways to improve. Today Cordie talks about what he has
Golf is a difficult game and even more difficult when we try to hit shots we are incapable of. Like trying to hit a shot with an eight iron that should be hit with a 6 iron. I am always amused when other players ask me what club I hit when I knock it