We're talking Cups, Solheim & Ryder, with LPGA Legend Jane Blalock, Top Instructors Tom Patri & Nancy Quarcelino, plus Swing U CEO Charles Cox.
TP shares his thoughts on the Tour Championship, Patrick Cantlay vs. Jon Rahm for Player of the Year, why the US Ryder Cup players just can't seem to play as a team, plus a tip for how to escape when we've hit one into the trees.
Jane Blalock adds her two cents for why team camaraderie is the issue preventing the US teams from winning the Solheim and Ryder Cups. We also hear about why she enjoyed playing over in Japan and winning back-to-back World Ladies Championships there, what life on the LPGA Tour was like off the course during the 1970s & 80s, what it was like being the subject of one of LeRoy Nieman's famous sports paintings and being appointed by President Bush to the President's Council for Sports and Physical Fitness.
Top 100 Instructor Nancy Quarcelino talks about the advice she would give Team USA to help them be victorious. We also get tips for when to hit a hard iron shot versus taking one less club and hitting it softer, her 3 ups to gain more distance off the tee, and proper foot alignment to help get a better turn.
Charles Cox is the CEO of Swing U, a great app that provides GPS distances for every course. You can also get wind speed and elevation data, the ability to track your scores, strokes gained analysis, your handicap, and get access to on-demand tips and playing lessons. Charles tells us how their technology gathers all of that plus will recommend what club to hit as well. Check them out online at www.swingu.com