Mark and Scott review the 2021 golfing season with the last episode of season 1 of the HackItOutGolf podcast. Scott has an announcement at the end of the show.
Team hackItOutGolf are talking the Ryder Cup 2021 and the amazing performance from team USA. Is this the best team EVER and can team Europe come back stronger in 2023 at Marco Simone in Italy.
Mike Carroll of Fit-For-Golf talks to the HackItOutGolf team about fitness and what golfers can learn from fitness. The golf swing and golf fitness have been on a collusion course for years and Mike is happy to keep pushing them together for the greater good of golfers.
This is a heated debate about divots in golf and should we get relief from divots on the golf course. Team HackItOutGolf go for it in this heated battle to save golfers from the divots.
Special guest Sasho Mackenzie talks to team HackItOutGolf about golf science, basket ball dunkin and golf ranting.
Team HackItOutGolf are talking Ryder Cup picks for the 2021 Ryder cup for team Europe and team USA. Let us know who you would be picking for your Ryder Cup teams.
Golf has a huge huge problem and the end is close or is it just following a natural evolution. Team HackItOutGolf chat about golfs ever changing driver distance landscape and how it effects the game moving forward.
The HackItOutGolf Podcast crew are talking how to get the most from strokes gained and should we really be comparing our golf to tour pro or will that only end in tears.
Lou, Scott and Mark are talking approach play basics and how to hit more greens and lower your golf scores. These simple , easy to apply golf tips could make the difference between lowering your golf score and getting that handicap cut. Do not leave these cheap golf fixes out on the golf course and start Playing your best golf.
Mark Crossfield chats to Scott Fawcett about decade and how he came up with the idea that seems to be changing the way tour pros and golfers play golf.
Let's talk golf in the Olympics and what does it mean for golf and are we getting it wrong not making it a Amateur event which might move the needle more than the pro game will in the Olympic platform.
Are you playing from the wrong golf tees, the Hack It Out Golf crew are talking what tees you should be playing from and why many golfers are making golf less fun than it should be.
We are talking Bryson DeChambeau and his comments about his driver sucking and his struggled with his game after day one of the Open. Does your driver suck and maybe all our drivers suck.
Talking emotions on the golf course and how getting angry and going straight at pins might work or not for your golf game.
In todays podcast the Hack It Out Golf team are talking shouting fore and why we do not hear PGA tour pros not shouting FORE when they hit the golf ball of-line.
The Hack It Out Golf podcast team are chatting banning green reading books and arm lock putters. Should golf ban or are we doing ok as we are. The team chat it out and it gets heated.
The Hack It Out Golf podcast crew are talking ball flight laws and how they changed golf along with what do we believe now that will be false in years to come.
The Hack IT Out Golf podcast crew are reviewing the US Open and Torrey Pines. Will the course hold up how long will it play and what might we expect from this Cali classic golf course.
Lou shares his real experiences when it comes to hitting the golf ball longer and what you could really achieve with the right training.
Is Phil Mickelson the golfers hero with his major win in his 40s and winning in such style. Also Scott and Lou shock Mark with their thoughts towards Tom Watson. The Hack It Out Golf Podcast for golfers who want great golf chat backed with logic.
The hack IT Out golf podcast team are chatting long or short golf course, fast or slow courses and tress. What is really influencing how we play a golf course.
The HackItOutGolf podcast team chat simple ideas to help you improve your golf game. Should you be measuring your golf game to make sure it is improving or should you just plough on and hope it gets better?
The Hack It Out Golf Podcast crew are chatting to Zach Johnson about making golf more repeatable and easier for all level of golfers looking to play better golf. Open Champ Zach is talking shot shape and the benefits of controlling ball flight.
Tour pro advice, logic and why it is so easy for golfers to simply accept what they say as the truth (even when on some occasions it is not).
Talking anchoring the putter and how golf just seems to always want you to NOT do something. Is golf the worst party ever?
The HACK IT OUT GOLF PODCAST team are talking tweeting for the 40 million dollar pot for tour pros to move the needle Is it right, wrong or just really good business?
Th Hack It Out Golf Podcast crew chat golf training aids in todays pod. Lou has bought every training aid ever where Scott and Mark are maybe more about the practice.
We are talking the 2021 Masters and Scott has a lot to say as Zalatoris had a chance of winning. Also Gary Player Son issues.
The Hack It Out Golf crew are talking club testing and what you are testing and if golf club fitting is pointless.
Special guest golf broadcaster Brandel Chamblee talks to the HACK IT OUT GOLF PODCAST team about the Masters, golf commentators, who his audience is and how to connect with them.
Talking about Rory McIlroy and his new coach Pete Cowen, will he be able to find what he is looking for and will he be able to improve his win rate with his new coach.
Talking matchplay and how you should change your strategy when playing matchplay. Should we see more matchplay on the PGA tour and why is Mark such a nasty matchplay golfer.
Talking about today's players vs yesterday?s players and who are better. Which turns into a Tiger v jack debate should be a fun one.
Will Zalatoris joins the Hack It Out Golf Podcast crew talking about the Masters, the Ryder Cup and what it means to him to become a PGA tour star in such a small time.
Austin Ernst chats to the Hack it Out golf podcast team about her game and how she focuses on improving year on year.
The Hack It Out Golf podcast team talk trying to eliminate one side of the fairway with your tee shots as well as questioning some of the commentators ideas in golf. Answering your question in todays episode its a fun one y'all.
Talking Rickie Fowler and Nick Faldo and major wins. What does it mean to be a great player with 6 majors compared to a great player with no majors. The normal crew are in the house for the HACK IT OUT GOLF podcast.
Mark and the gang talk Matthew Wolff and his Withdraw from the WGC event this week and what that means. Lou and Scott share their thoughts on his decision to pull out and we discuss if it really matters or not. The PGA tour can be viewed like a show on broadway so should the stars of the show be allowed to be bigger than the game or should they be made to grind it out.
We are talking golf swing match ups in today podcast. Mark, Scott and Lou are talking golf swing match ups and what a good or bad swing match up might mean for your golf game. Lou wants to understand what the term swing match ups means he also wants to know why he can not see them when golf professionals talk about them. Mark and Scott attempt to explain the idea of golf swing match ups and why maybe Lou shouldn?t be able to always see them. Play your best golf with one of the most modern and educational podcasts in golf.
Scott and Lou share data on the 10th from Riviera to show how golf strategy is changing, and how these ideas can help you become a better golfer. Strategy on the PGA tour is changing, making golfers who play an old-school style game become less relevant. Should you go for it, or should you lay up? Should you chase angles? Pull up a chair and join the Hack It Out Golf crew.
In today's episode Lou, Scott and Mark are talking about PGA Champion Steve Elkington's comments that strokes gained is useless and that tour pros do not use it. This creates some great golf chat about strokes gained and the pros and cons of the system. We also get treated to a couple of Lou Stagner golf stories talking knee high drops with your bottom and shanking the golf ball in his club championship. We also talk about the move of the PGA Championship to allow pros to use range finders in a major and what this means going forward for golf.
The one and only Michael Breed joins us to talk about how teaching has evolved through the years. Listen as the team discuss coaching ideas, philosophies and what is to come in the world of golf coaching. The Hack It Out Golf Podcast chatting all things golf.
The HACK IT OUT GOLF PODCAST crew are talking about the new statement from the R&A and the USGA about distance in the game of golf, and the effects longer golf drives are having on the game of golf. Scott, Lou and Mark chat through the ideas and how the report might impact the game going forward. What do the proposed changes actually mean to golfers and will we see the golf ball roll back for tour pros. With rumors that The Masters wants to use a Masters golf ball and the ideas that golf courses are being destroyed by longer tee shots we have loads to discuss at this amazing time in the development of this great game.
Tony Finau's performances in the final round when he is in contention is an often debated topic. Mark, Scott and Lou discuss factors you probably haven't considered. We also touch on golf announcers, and some of the *interesting* things they say. Grab your favorite beverage and pull up a chair!
2021 major predictions and Ryder Cup chat with Scott, Lou and Mark. See who picks who in the majors this year. We also talk Tiger Woods, his recovery, and if he will play this year. The discussion gets a bit heated talking Ryder Cup and it is obvious Lou and Scott are desperate for a Ryder Cup victory in 2021. Please let us know if you like this episode of the Hack It Out Golf Podcast.
In todays podcast special guest Michael Breed joins Scott, Lou and Mark Crossfield to talk roll back and if the golf ball should be rolled back to save the game of golf from itself. Golf distance and the effects of the modern golf ball has been a hot topic for years, listen to see what Michael has to say on this subject and be prepared for some great stats as always from Lou Stagner.
Adam Young, author of "The Practice Manual", drops by the pod. We discuss block, random and differential practice. Plenty of interesting takeaways you can apply to your next practice session.
Viktor Hovland joins us in the second of a two-part series. In this episode we discuss pressure while playing, bifurcation, hitting tee shots in different winds, and we find out what kind of music Viktor likes to listen to (you might be surprised!).
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