Monday, November 20, 2017

Breaking par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 157 Kyle Morris Interview

This week on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan golf podcast episode 157 our guest is Kyle Morris. Kyle is a former touring professional (PGA Tour Latinoamérica, PGA Tour Canada, Tour) who accumulated five victories and more than 25 top-5 finishes worldwide. Kyle is now the Owner and Director of Instruction of The Golf Room indoor training studio, located in Dublin, OH. Recently named to Golf Digest’s list of the 100 “Best Young Teachers in America”,

He holds the Seton Hall University record for lowest stroke average by any sophomore or junior, and in 2008 was named Big East First Team All-Conference, Big East Scholar Athlete of the Year and ESPN All-American.

Kyle has been endorsed and mentored by many of the top instructors in the country, including Golf Digest Top 30 Teachers Mike Bender, Stan Utley, Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott. A Master TrackMan Professional, Kyle understands that there is more to golf than just the swing and that it takes a full coaching philosophy. He takes time to understand each student’s goals, commitment level and physical liabilities, and uses the most accurate assessments, drills and training aids—including TrackMan, K-Vest, BodiTrak, FocusBand and Heart Math—to maximize the golfer’s opportunity to improve. Kyle’s goal is for every student to become their own coach. He teaches players how to practice more effectively so that they can create proper feelings, and therefore a lifetime of better golf. Kyle has some great info to give during this interview.

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Monday, November 13, 2017

Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 156

This week on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan we interview Monte Scheinblum the son of a Major League Baseball player, Monte aspired to follow in his father’s footsteps, until a major elbow injury and reconstruction at age fifteen forced him to give up baseball for golf. Monte’s early success in the game eventually led him to UCLA, where he played golf for the Bruins before turning professional.

After an impressive career as a long drive champion and trick shot exhibitionist, Monte became a full-time professional tournament player, with the goal of eventually playing on the PGA Tour. He played on the (then Nike) tour for a number of years, and suffered through several close calls at the second stage of PGA Qualifying School. These disappointments led Monte on a quest to perfect his swing mechanics, enlisting many famous instructors and methods along the way.

Monte’s quest for perfect swing mechanics failed to produce the results he wanted on tour, but it led to some critical realizations regarding the golf swing. After fifteen years as a full-time professional golfer, Monte began teaching to share what he learned and prevent others from making the mistakes he made.

Today, Monte teaches golfers of all ability levels, from the earliest beginners to top juniors, college players and PGA Tour players, and has given more than 2,500 online lessons. He remains highly competitive in both long drive and tournament golf to this day.

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Monday, November 6, 2017

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 sports psychologists, coaches and golf instructors in the world, that he formulated the basis for the principles in his renowned book, which was authored with Michael Bowker, Winning the Battle Within. These principles have been refined over the years through applications and consultations with established touring pros, and a broad-base of amateurs – juniors to elite. Dr. Albaugh gives us some great information in this weeks interview on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. He talksthe mental game and how you can get the most out on the course.

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Whether you’re a scratch player, a high handicapper, a veteran, or new to the game, you’ll find Winning The Battle Within to be a very useful and comprehensive golf- psychology handbook. In writing Winning The Battle Within, Glen Albaugh and Michael Bowker have reduced the reams of information Dr. Albaugh gleaned in years of studying and practicing applied sports psychology into an easy-to read and, better still, easy-to-understand guide for the recreational and serious golfer.



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Monday, October 30, 2017

Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 154 Jason Sedan Interview

Jason sedan of Fore Door Golf and Golf Channel Academy joins us for this weeks episode of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Jason is a young instructor with a lot of great ideas and is having great success with his students. here is a little bit more Jason.

Jason is the Founder and Coaching Director for Fore Door Golf, a Golf Channel Academy location, based at the Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club adjacent to America's Oldest Resort Town. The summer months offer a schedule of game improvement events to reach all ages and abilities. Jason strives to take is personal coaching experiences to the game field. Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club's solitude offers not only world class conditions to improve your game but almost limitless opportunity to get on the course and work on your game where it matters most!

During the winter months, Jason serves as Director of Instruction at the Orchid Island Golf and Beach Club in Vero Beach, FL.

Jason's approach to coaching golf stems from a 4 step approach he calls the "Doors to Success". While many successful instructors have developed a methodology for the golf swing, not all students may be able to move in a way that suits the instructor's method and therefore the student is left with a severe misunderstanding of what will allow them to play their best golf. Jason is committed to a 4 spoke system of Assessment, Comprehension, Training, and Application. By teaching in fours, Jason is able to keep his instruction clear and memorable, allowing for the student to see instant as well as long lasting improvement. This personalized and thorough approach is unlike anything offered in today's market of coaching services and is guaranteed to help you achieve successes you never thought possible.

Fore Door Golf begins with prioritizing the learning process. At a fundamental level, all golfers must learn what is required to gain 1) Contact 2) Direction 3) Distance & 4) Control of a golf shot. Along the way, there is room for many principles and preferences of how to achieve these parameters. Fore Door Golf encompasses an infinite amount of patterns to accomplish the goal of enjoying the game.

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Monday, October 23, 2017

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, and 70.” His lesson articles appear in many major golf magazines around the world, and he is a regular "go to" guest for national television, radio, and print media.
His first book, the #1 best-seller ZEN GOLF: Mastering the Mental Game, is now in its 21st printing, with more than a half-million copies sold world-wide, including foreign editions in nine languages. Vijay Singh, the world’s #1-ranked golfer in 2004-2005, said, “Dr. Parent has been a great influence on my mental game. ZEN GOLF is the best book at connecting golf and the mind together. It’s for everyone, it really helps, and you’re really going to enjoy it.” Golf Digest reviewers say, “Here is a book that is highly original and exciting, destined to become a classic. Dr. Parent is a groundbreaking writer.”
 Dr Parent has coached Performance Psychology for business, life and golf for over 30 years. After completing
his Ph.D. in psychology in 1979, Dr. Joe trained in the tradition of mindful awareness practice, developing a unique blend of modern western psychology and venerable eastern wisdom for stress management and skill development. He has become a renowned and sought-after consultant teaching the path to success through peak performance principles. His simple yet powerful techniques help people get out of their own way so they can get the most out of their abilities. He shares his insight into the mental game with us in this interview. To get Dr. Parents book or find out more about his work contact him at -

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan Episode 152 Travis Fulton Interview

Travis Fulton joins us for episode 152 of Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan. Travis is currently ranked as a Top 40 instructor under the age of 40 by GOLF Digest,Travis Fulton is one of the emerging leaders in the golf instructor space. 


Travis is the Lead Instructor at Pablo Creek in Jacksonville, Florida, and the Golf Channel Academy with Travis Fulton at Victoria National in Evansville, Indiana. Travis is also an integral part of Golf channel’s on-air instruction, which includes co-hosting “Morning Drive”. Previously, Travis had been with the TOURAcademy, as well as a regular guest on the PGA TOUR Network on SiriusXM Radio. Over the years, Fulton has worked alongside some of the game’s best teachers including Hank Haney, Michael Breed, Martin Hall, Todd Sones, Billy Harmon, Craig Shankland, Lynn Blake, Chuck Evans & Scott Sackett. In addition, he has spent much of his career learning from the best players in the world, as well as earning certifications as it pertains to the geometry & biomechanics of a golf specific motion, club fitting, fitness and junior development.

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Monday, October 9, 2017

Gianna S. Rojas Interview 151

This week our guest is known as the One handed Lady Golfer. Her name is Gianna S. Rojas and her story is how she is using her handicap to help other with challenges enjoy the game of golf. Gianna was born with one hand and about ten years ago she took up golf. She has embraced the sport and has found a voice for other like her to get involved in this wonderful game no matter what challenges they may face in their lives. She is working hard to spread the word of how golf can be the great equalizer in helping other realize they can enjoy the game. It also helps them lift their spirits and find motivation to continue to face life's challenges.

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