Do you have any questions for the pros?

Hey guys,

We're meeting up with Titleist Brand Ambassadors Zach Johnson, Brendan Steele and Jason Bohn along with Pro V1x loyalists Henrik Stenson and Billy Horschel, and we want to know if you have any questions that you'd like us to ask. 

We'll be at the Honda Classic tomorrow, so send us your questions and we'll pick a few favorites to ask the guys.

Looking forward to seeing your replies!

Cheers,

Mike

Zach has great consistency.  Most of us hit driver too much on the range.  Can he break down his practice time and routines from 8 iron through wedges.  We can't spend 4-6 hours a day working on our game, but need to decide where to put our best time and maybe a little more.

With the Winter Olympics in Sochi behind us and Rio only two years away, what steps are you taking to make your country's Olympic team?  

I don't want to be the spoiler but Zach is in the driver's seat to represent Team USA and so is Henrik for Sweden. 

Good morning,

Prior to my round, I stretch and hit a bucket and before teeing off I putt for ten or so minutes to dial in my eye-hand coord & depth perception, gauge green speed, etc. What is you prep and do you have any suggestions on my prep?

 

Thank you,

Rich

 

 

 

 

 

I would be interested in hearing Zach Johnson describe the "process" he uses for every shot.  I've heard him say he just wants to follow his process.  So let's ask him to describe it in detail.  Thanks.

It would be awesome if they can do one on the mental part of the game like how do they stay in the moment coming down the stretch.

Thanks,

Peter Hansen

Could you go through your pre-shot routines for us.  Would like to know the process of preparing for the shot.

TT

Mike, A question for you.. I received an email for golf equipment ( Titleist and others) from GolfFactoryonline at tremendously discounted prices. Are you aware of this website and, if so, is it a legitimate site? It says the clubs will be shipped from a Chinese factory (OEM). Thank you, John
Absolutely Mike.  I'm a young teen golfer trying to eventually make it on tour, what do you think is the most effective way to practice?

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Hey guys,

We're meeting up with Titleist Brand Ambassadors Zach Johnson, Brendan Steele and Jason Bohn along with Pro V1x loyalists Henrik Stenson and Billy Horschel, and we want to know if you have any questions that you'd like us to ask. 

We'll be at the Honda Classic tomorrow, so send us your questions and we'll pick a few favorites to ask the guys.

Looking forward to seeing your replies!

Cheers,

Mike

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I would like to know if they have a pre-shot routine for each kind of shot they are hitting; ie. what is the routine for a cut, draw, flop etc.  I would also like to know what and how they pratice visualizing each shot.  Thanks Mike...

Hi Mike, could you ask them how they hit the low flying chip that stops almost dead on the second bounce?  I`d really like to learn that shot. Thanks , Chas B

Yikes!  You are getting close to  the secret glue formula! My dad (a great wagering golfer) always kept some things a mystery. No matter what I did, I could not beat him at golf. I used the same Titleist clubs, the same ball, glove same type and color Fj shoes. To no avail. So maybe the secret is in the mental process, all other things being equal?

Pace of play is a hot topic these days and for good reason.

What are you feelings on slow play?  Do you feel pros are more guilty of it and do you think the PGA tour could do to improve the pace of play, if possible?

Week-to-week we see the best players of the game we all love to play.  You guy's are focused while in tournament play.  But, there's got to be a lighter side to this game as well for you guys.  What are some of the funny things that goes on that we don't often hear about?  There has to be at least one practical joker out there?

How do you put a bad shot or bad hole behind you to focus on the next shot?