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Hear Golf’s Greatest Legends, Players, & the Top Instructors in the Game Sharing Their Stories, Insights and Playing Lessons.

Two of the Top Instructors in the game, Tom Patri and John Mascari share their insights and playing lessons, plus PerfectMotion CEO Rich Kosowsky talks about how their app can pick up your swing flaws and help you fix them in real time on this edition of Next on the Tee.

Tom Patri shares his thoughts on the growth of sports betting, why he switched from his old reliable Ping Anser putter to a new Scotty Cameron Phantom, and why all the commercials talk about speed and distance versus short game and putting.

John Mascari shares how his role as a PGA Professional has changed from the days of just being a Teacher to being a small business owner. He also shares his thoughts for where the role is going and what the PGA of America needs to pay attention to going forward.

Rich Kosowsky talks about their PerfectMotion app that identifies swing flaws in real time by using artificial intelligence and your phone's camera. The app enables you to work directly with their stable of Instructors that includes PGA Legend Chip Beck.

Bryan Finnerty shares his story of going from an 11 year member of the Detroit Rockers in the National Professional Soccer League, to owning some of the largest sports arenas in the country, to being a Board member of the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame, to being CEO of V1 Sports and the Galway Bay brand.

Top Instructor and Host of The Golf Kingdom TV Show Rob Strano shares his thoughts on Bryson DeChambeau, what his long drives could mean at The Masters, plus tips for how to putt well on aerated greens and the myth that all putts break towards the water.

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On this segment of Next on the Tee, PGA Master Professional & Top 50 Women's Instructor Kellie Stenzel talks about her trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and across the state of Montana playing golf with her son. She also shares tips for how we can get center face contact for greater distance, when and if there are shot where you should change our grip, and how to gain distance control on our chip shots.

Jon Goin shares his golf journey that led him to being the Head Golf Professional at TPC Southwind in Memphis site of the WGC FedEx - St. Jude Invitational. Jon shares two favorite stories from tournament time, both include Phil Mickelson. Jon now owns Timber Truss Golf Course in Olive Branch, Mississippi and he talks about how they are making the game even more fun by replacing some golf carts with Finn Scooters that are allowing their players to complete their rounds in about 2 hours. We also hear how they are breaking down old barriers that kept people from wanting to play golf and how he's bringing private club customer service to his public course. 

Two of the Top Instructors in the game, Rob Strano and Kellie Stenzel, plus the former Head Professional at TPC Southwind in Memphis and now Owner of the TimberTruss Golf Club in Olive Branch, Mississippi, join me...

Rob Strano shares his thoughts on Bryson DeChambeau, what his long drives could mean at The Masters, plus tips for how to putt well on aerated greens and the myth that all putts break towards the water.

Kellie Stenzel talks about her trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and across the state of Montana playing golf along the way. She also shares tips for how to get center face contact for greater distance, when and if there are shot where you should change your grip, and how to get distance control on our chip shots.

Jon Goin shares his golf journey that led him to being the Head Golf Professional at TPC Southwind in Memphis. We also hear his two favorite stories from tournament time, both include Phil Mickelson. Jon now owns Timber Truss Golf Course in Olive Branch, Mississippi and he talks about how they are making the game even more fun by replacing some golf carts with Finn Scooters that are allowing their players to complete their rounds in about 2 hours and how he's bringing private club customer service to his public course. 

Chip Beck shares memories from his stellar college golf career at the University of Georgia plus advice and tips he received from some of the game's greatest legends.

It's Tom Patri's birthday and he joins me to celebrate on this segment of Next on the Tee. Hear TP's thoughts on Sergio Garcia's win at the Sanderson Farms Championship, how putting with your eyes closed could actually help you like it did Sergio, and whether Sergio belongs in the World Golf Hall of Fame. Tom also shares this thoughts on whether we should replace our 4 & 5 irons with hybrids.

Ralph Kepple talks about being in charge of the grounds at East Lake Golf Club home of the Tour Championship and the course Bobby Jones grew up playing on.

This week on Next on the Tee I'm joined by our resident Director of Instruction Tom Patri, 4 time winner on the PGA Tour Chip Beck, and East Lake Golf Club Director of Agronomy Ralph Kepple.

Tom Patri shares his thoughts Sergio Garcia's win at the Sanderson Farms Championship and whether Sergio belongs in the World Golf Hall of Fame. Tom also talks about whether weekend golfers should have a 4 & 5 irons in their bags versus hybrids.

Chip Becks shares memories from his stellar college golf career at the University of Georgia plus advice and tips he received from some of the game's greatest legends.

Ralph Kepple talks about being in charge of the grounds at East Lake Golf Club home of the Tour Championship and the course Bobby Jones grew up playing on.

Rick Sessinghaus, Paul Stankowski, and Jack Diehl join me...

Collin Morikawa's Instructor Rick Sessinghaus talks about the mental side of the game, teaming with Collin since he was 8 years old, how Collin's love of competition helped him make that 24 foot putt on top of Justin Thomas' 50 footer at the Workday Charity Open, and why winning the PGA Championship won't have Morikawa resting on his laurels. 

Champions Tour Pro Paul Stankowski talks about turning 50 and joining the Champions Tour, the rules change that requires him to Monday qualify now versus his exempt status of a few years ago, and his emotional Champions Tour debut at the Pure Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach.

Class A PGA Professional Jack Diehl joins me in the final segment. Jack has been a PGA Professional at great courses all across the country. He shares tips for how to play in different conditions across regions; from dry air in Arizona to thin are in Colorado, to heavy humid air in the South. Jack also talks about his new home at the Grey Stone Golf & Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama site of the Regions Tradition a major on the Champions Tour.

On this segment of Next on the Tee I'm joined by legendary PGA Professional Bob Ford. Bob was the Head Golf Pro at Oakmont Country Club for 37 years. He has simultaneously been the Head Professional at Seminole Golf Club during that time. Bob has been the Honorary Starter at the US Open over the last 4 years. He shares his thoughts about this year's tournament plus stories of playing with the legends of the game including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Ben Crenshaw, Jay Sigel and many others. Including how Ben Hogan used to get a stroke a side from Amateur Bob Sweeney when Hogan used to go down to Seminole GC to start practicing for The Masters.

Richard Zokol talks about his new app Mind Trak Golf that helps us detach emotionally from score and focus solely on executing the next shot. He also shares stories about his experience playing in the 2000 US Open that Tiger won by 15 strokes and the front nine 30 he shot during the final round, plus what it was like receiving his first invitation to The Masters following his victory in the Greater Milwaukee Open. 

Tom Patri shares his thoughts on the US Open, how Winged Foot played, Bryson DeChambeau's win, and a look ahead to The Masters.

This week on Next on the Tee I get reactions from the US Open from Honorary Starter and one of the most decorated PGA Professionals of all-time Bob Ford plus our resident Director of Instruction Tom Patri.

Tom Patri shares his thoughts on the US Open, how Winged Foot played, Bryson DeChambeau's win, and a look ahead to The Masters.

Bob Ford was the Head Golf Pro at Oakmont Country Club for 37 years. He has simultaneously been the Head Professional at Seminole Golf Club during that time. He has been the Honorary Starter at the US Open over the last 4 years. He shares his thoughts about this year's tournament plus stories of playing with the legends of the game including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Ben Crenshaw, Jay Sigel and many others. Including how Ben Hogan used to get a stroke a side from Amateur Bob Sweeney when Hogan used to go down to Seminole GC to start practicing for The Masters.

Richard Zokol talks about his new app Mind Trak Golf that helps us detach emotionally from score and focus solely on executing the next shot. He also shares stories about his experience playing in the 2000 US Open that Tiger won by 15 strokes and the front nine 30 he shot during the final round, plus what it was like receiving his first invitation to The Masters following his victory in the Greater Milwaukee Open. 

Hal Sutton updates us on his new indoor teaching facility in Houston, Texas and if we can't go visit him there, how to get video lessons from him via his Web site, www.halsuttongolf.com. Hal and I also talk about his thoughts on the Tour Championship format, his experience playing in the 1984 US Open at Winged Foot, and what he expects to see during this year's tournament there.

Tom Patri shares his thoughts on what we've seen from Dustin Johnson over the last 4 events. He also shares a couple of playing tips for how to know if you're standing the proper distance away from the ball and how to better execute hitting 3 wood off the deck. His 3 wood suggestion will surprise you and Hal Sutton agreed in the next segment.

Bill Emblau talks about how his product can help us organize our golf clubs in our bags, get rid of the clanking sounds, make it easier to find the club you need, and better protect them from dings.

Tom Patri shares his thoughts on what we've seen from Dustin Johnson over the last 4 events. He also shares a couple of playing tips for how to know if you're standing the proper distance away from the ball and how to better execute hitting 3 wood off the deck.

Hal Sutton updates us on his new indoor teaching facility in Houston, Texas and if we can't go visit him there, he offers video instruction through his Web site, www.halsuttongolf.com. Hal and I also talk about his thoughts on the Tour Championship format, his experience playing in the 1984 US Open at Winged Foot, and what he expects to see during this year's tournament there.

Bill Emblau talks about how his product can help us organize our golf clubs in our bags, get rid of the clanking sounds, make it easier to find the club you need, and better protect them from dings.

2019 Champions Tour Player of the Year Scott McCarron, PGA Professional and Sirius/XM Co-Host of A New Breed of Golf Greg DuCharme, and former Tour Pro Kenny Knox Join Me...

Scott McCarron talks about this season on the Champions Tour, the machine that is Bernhard Langer, having Phil Mickelson playing his first Champions Tour event, how the Tour is keeping them safe in their bubble, how much it sucks to be in the bubble, and the round when he made two hole in ones.

Greg DuCharme shares his thoughts on the Tour Championship format, people sleeping on Dustin Johnson, Tiger's lost short game, and the two tournaments Tiger will have a chance to be competitive in over the rest of his regular Tour career.

Kenny Knox is one of the all-time great short game players. He shares tips for proper set up for straight putts plus right to left and left to right breaking putts. He also shares memories from being in the field for the 1986 Masters, being the only player who predicted on video that Jack would win, and battling John Daly in the 1991 PGA Championship.

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