Overcoming a golf slump, the 10 most influential golfers, bunker tips with PGA pro Kellie Stenzel
Hear this latest episode of TravelGolf.com This Week.
Every golfer knows what it’s like to be in a period when, well, you’re just playing like garbage. In this week’s podcast, host Dave Berner talks to National Golf Editor Tim McDonald about the difficulty of pulling out of a golf slump.
“You ask around and get all these conflicting opinions from people,” McDonald says. “Some of the pros say, ‘Oh, just play through it, don’t worry about it, it’ll come back to you.’ Other ones say, ‘You know, go back to the basics.’ There’s just all these different things that people will tell you to do.”
William K. Wolfrum talks about handicapping the 10 most influential golfers of the past 50 years.
“It’s golfers that have affected the game, have had charisma, have helped the game go forward,” Wolfrum says. “Putting it together - putting the top 10 together - is quite some work because there are some interesting golfers that you don’t want to miss.”
PGA golf instructor Kellie Stenzel talks about improving your bunker play.
“First, you’ve got to set up well enough that you’re going to make sure that you’re going to take sand,” she says. “Because if you’re making bunker swings, and you’re not taking sand, that golf ball is so far gone that it’s hard to recover from.”
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