129 – Access What You Already Own! – Craig Isabel Interview

Golfers – Access What You Already Own!

Craig Isabel Shares HOW

Access What You Already Own

Welcome to Episode 129 of THE Golf Improvement Podcast!  Dedicated to sharing useful information on true custom club fitting, short game improvement, and effective practice techniques.  I Create EXCEPTIONAL GOLF CLUBS – You SHOOT LOWER SCORES!

It is GREAT to be back – Thank YOU for being back!!

Show Notes:

Interview with Craig Isabel – golf teaching professional and Master Fluid Motion Factor Instructor at the Touchet Golf Facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

  • Craig shares his Personal Golf Story and how he first met Steven Yellin, developer of the Fluid Motion Factor Program.
  • He discusses some of the most important benefits for golfers who adopt the Fluid Motion Factor program principles.
  • Craig describes what he did to become a Master Fluid Motion Factor program instructor (there are only 3 Master instructors).
  • He shares a bit of how he teaches the Fluid Motion Factor in full swing and putting instruction.
  • Craig recently won a 90-Player Indiana Sectional Event – he noted that “All of my best rounds and shots begin with high levels of acceptance.”  He shares the importance of this statement.
  • He talks about a few of his favorite golfer Success Stories for golfers who have truly implemented the Fluid Motion Factor in their golf games.
  • Finally, Craig shares two great things that golfers can use NOW in their practice and games to Shoot Lower Scores and have more fun playing golf!

Thanks Craig – Keep Doing Great Things!

Useful Web Links.

Find Craig Isabel at the Touchet Golf FacilityCLICK HERE!!

Craig’s Instagram link is @craigisabel_golf

Learn more about the Fluid Motion Factor ProgramCLICK HERE!!


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