Golf Update

Custom coaching programs are sold out for the season. Therefore, I have started a waiting list for this year and the 2017 season in addition to contracting with several additional golf instructors to help fulfill the demand.

Lastly I have moved central operations to Scott Lake Golf & Practice Center and added one additional program with me personally on Wednesday evening. Info and how to sign up is below.

Wednesday Night Coaching Program

This program is limited to the first 6 registrations for each of the 3 sessions.

Who it is for:

Golfers who play for fun and business, score between 90 and 110 and want to add 30 yards to their tee shots, gain control of their irons and for once and for all have the short game of their dreams.

What: with PGA Golf Guru Scott Seifferlein’s Epic Wednesday Night Team training guarantees results and makes golf freakin’ fun again.

How much fun? “They were all laughing when some idiot hit driver on the lay-up hole… until it landed 5 feet from the hole for eagle!” It’s fun when you are BOMBING the ball. Just ask Chuck…

The tee shot that couldn’t be hit


May 11th and 18th – How to hit it freakin’ far, Pitch Shots That Stop on a dime and an on-course* training session.

June 1st, 8th, 15 th, 22nd and 29th – Hooks and Slices, Wedge Play, Iron Play and two on-course* training sessions.

July 13th, 20th, 27 th and Aug 3 rd – Long Distance Putting, Short Distance Putting and two on-course* training sessions.

All times 7PM to 8PM

*On-course sessions are 7PM to 9PM

Investment: May $147, June $347, July/Aug $297

Whole Enchilada (that means all three months) for only $647

How to begin the fun: Call or text 616.802.4969

— Your Partner In Business Golf Success,

Scott Seifferlein
Author, Speaker & PGA Golf Guru
Founder Business Golf Mastermind
Phone: 616.802.4969

A $95,668 Per Event Business Golf Utopia


West Michigan’s Premier Business Golf
Custom Event & Coaching Program

For: High End Bankers, CEO’s, Attorneys, CPA’s, Insurance Professionals, Commercial Realtors, Sales Professionals, Business Owners, Financial Professionals, Residential Realtors, Consultants, and those who operate in a scenario of trust and expert advisor status where clients are worth a minimum $10,000 in annual net profit.

Creating Authoritative Positioning


Your custom program is designed to launch your success as the authoritative figure of your high end professional service, significantly enhance relationships with the very best clients and enjoy the great game of golf. The program systematically assists and positions you to acquire higher end clientele. The first year target new client benefit is $30,000+ profit above and beyond your current model for re-investment into 3 years of Country Club membership plus an average of 30 rounds of business golf guest fees each year. The 2nd year and beyond target benefit is to continue duplicating the system for an extra $300,000+ profit per year in new client life time value above and beyond your current model.

Included in your program: 

  • 3 client events ($15,000 value) including done-4-you phone call invite campaign.
  • Three Business Golf Catalyst Experience rounds of golf with Scott and your top client/prospect ($6,000 value)
  • Lead generation and sales funnel system that has increased our clients results by up to 400% ($15,000 value)


The Investment:

I say investment because enrolling in your custom program is a wise investment in your future. How much would it be worth to you to have the leverage of private club membership, an average of 30 guest rounds a year, play golf whenever you want, private club membership at your disposal and develop high end business relationships because you found the results you are seeking?

The bigger question is how much time and money will you LOSE if you do not make a commitment and invest in yourself today?

Here are just some of the benefits of enrolling…

  • Special introductory rate. I am offering this case study low rate and it may never be repeated.
  • Join now and lock in your client event rate to repeat the program annually for the next 4 years, Iguarantee your rate will not go up for four years, however I will increase the rate for others, double to triple as the demand fills up.
  • This program is valued at $36,000 and you get it at a fraction of that
  • You become the first of your profession in the area to stand out as the “High End Private Club Golf Event” service provider hanging out with the PGA Golf Guru.


This is a very exclusive program for a select few where you get the rare chance to not only play better golf through one to one private coaching, but also host your clients/prospects at our prestigious private country club setting. Then there are also the connections, the networking, the new joint ventures and the breakthrough ideas for years to come that you gain through the events and your private club membership.


There is No Better Time to Take Action Than Now!


#1. I am strictly limited to only 10 people a year in which I can custom design events like yours. AND ONLY ONE PER NICHE INDUSTRY!

#2. To quote Napoleon Hill; “Most ideas are stillborn, and need the breath of life injected into them through definite plans of immediate action. If you wait your ideas may never be more than that, a stillborn idea.


So Here’s What to Do Now…


For invest in full savings choose the option of $12,997 or choose the monthly installment option of $2,147 to be run on the first of the month February through August.

*Ask about our $25,000 and up Platimum VIP upgrade options including…

  • All inclusive Pebble Beach Business Golf Experience for you and your best clients
  • Business Golf day trips to the most sought after Michigan Golf Clubs
  • On-site child care
  • Additional golf activities for spouses and children
  • And much more. You name it, you’ll get it.

Call 616.802.4969 to enroll

Your Partner In Business Golf Success,

Scott Seifferlein

PS: Sign-up now, because you may just lose the opportunity to get the results you are seeking for good. I am limited to accepting only 10 business professionals! AND ONLY ONE PER INDUSTRY NICHE

PPS: Lock in your best ever rate for 4 years. This special introductory rate will not last forever!

Call 616.802.4969 to enroll


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For Business Professionals Who Play Golf For 6 and 7-Figure Incomes

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38 Most Requested Golf Tips

All tips are written from the perspective of a right handed player. Lead side vs. trail side. Lead = left side for right handed players  Trail = right side for right handed players.

  1. Match your sternum to the slope of the hill for uneven lies. I love this tip because all your practice on the flat range does not prepare you for the course. Setting your sternum to allow you to swing with the slope helps you hit the ball solid.
  1. Over-speed training- Here is a great video on over-speed training. Do this all winter and watch your ball fly another 20 yards!
  1. Stance alignment- Aim your stance after you aim the club head. Most mis-alignment comes from aiming your feet at the target first and then aiming the clubface 2nd. Aim your stance parallel to the target instead of at the target.
  1. Shoulder alignment- Square your shoulders to the target for straighter golf shots. Most golfers aim their shoulders too far left.
  1. Forearm alignment- Align the top of your forearms parallel to the target. Most misalignment comes from the lead forearm set closer to your body than the trail forearm.
  1. Head tilt alignment w/ sternum- Due to many golfers being told to keep their eye on the ball their head position is often out of alignment and tilted towards the target in relation to the sternum. Set your head position in line with your sternum for a more powerful swing.
  1. Posture tilt- Create forward bend towards the ball at the pelvis. Create enough bend to be balanced in an athletic on the balls of your feet.
  1. Knee flex- Minimize knee flex on standard golf shots. A majority of the bend should be at the pelvis.
  1. Pressure shift backswing- The start of the backswing should shift weight into the inside of the right heel and ball of the foot. If you slide instead of pressure shift the weight will go to the center or outside of your right foot and you will lose balance and athleticism in the swing.
  1. Pressure shift forward swing- Before the club reaches its furthest point in the backswing the pressure on the inside of the right foot should begin to shift to the outside of the left foot. This initiates the forward swing.
  1. Arm/hand path- It could be argued that arm/hand path is even more important than club path. The arm and hand path should not move to much right or left in the backswing and even more importantly the hand/arm path should not be too much left or right in the downswing.
  1. Grip for max speed- Position the grip in the fingers of the left hand and wrap the middle of the palm over the grip. The heel pad of the left hand should not touch the grip.
  1. Grip for soft shots- Opposite the standard grip for speed, this grip is positioned in the palm and the heel pad of the left hand will have contact with the grip.
  1. Hitting out of rough- Observe the lie. You can likely sweep it more than you realize. Most mistakes out of the rough occur from thinking you need to hit down on the ball and going in too deep.
  1. Putting speed control- Never, never, never forcefully accelerate the putter. All that advice you received about putting when you were growing up was wrong. Good putters roll putts, they do not hit putts.
  1. Putting direction- Position your eyes directly over the ball to best see the line. Place a tee in the ground and putt 3 footers. Try to hit the tee dead center. 5 minutes of this practice makes the hole look 3 times bigger!
  1. Green reading- Use your feet! That’s right, Aimpoint green reading systems are far more reliable than your eyes. Learn more about Aimpoint at your next coaching session.
  1. Downhill putts are slow- What? “But my scramble team members are always telling me it’s a fast putt.” Yes, they do, but it is backwards thinking. In order to gain better touch and better reads on downhill putts, you must think of them as slow putts. As in, you are going to roll the ball slow, therefore it breaks more.
  1. Uphill putts are fast- Opposite of downhill putts, uphill putts must roll faster. Thinking of these putts as fast putts help you achieve better speed control and better direction.
  1. Carry vs. roll- One of the major mistakes when it comes to chipping is playing the shot without a plan. A good plan includes where the ball lands (carry) and how far it goes from there (roll). Your gap wedge will likely roll 50% on most chips around the green. Use this as your baseline and add 10% roll for each club down until you get to 90% roll with a 7 iron.
  1. Wedge distance control- Practice hitting your wedges in 5 yard increments from 30 yards to 100 yards. Keep the same tempo for every distance. Most wedge shot mistakes in this distance range occur because the tempo changes. Change the length of swing, not the tempo.
  1. Pitch shots- Pitch shots are longer carry and less roll than chip shots. Most pitch shots roll between 10% and 50% of the total distance and are hit with a log wedge, sand wedge or gap wedge. Tempo and soft consistent grip pressure are the key to hitting these shots well.
  1. Using bounce- Bounce is useful on all your short shots around the green. Bounce is what prevents your club from sticking in the ground and leaving the shot short. To use the bounce maintain good width to the swing. Keep your hands soft and passive. Hit the shot more with your body and arms moving at the same pace back and through.
  1. Sand shot bounce- In soft sand you must enhance the bounce by setting up with a wide stance and excessive knee flex. Set the hands low so the heel of the club is lower than the toe of the club. Set the face slightly open and keep it open through the swing. Create good speed and make sure the club enters and exits the sand as quickly as possible.
  1. Sand shot dig- In hard sand you must decrease the bounce by setting up with the face square to slightly closed. Position your hands slightly forward of the ball and attempt to create a steep approach on the forward swing.
  1. Grip pressure- Consistent grip pressure and positioning of the hands are important. Most players who attempt light grip pressure create gaps and loose positioning. They re-grip on the forward swing and create inconsistent tempo. Consistent, tension free grip pressure is the way to go.
  1. Where to tee off within the box- If you slice tee off on the right side of the tee box to give you maximum angle to aim left. If you hook do the opposite.
  1. Grass direction- The direction the grass is growing around your ball on chips and pitches changes your distance by as much as 30 yards. Beware of the direction of the grass and make your swing longer or shorter to adjust for the effect of the grass.
  1. Putting grip- Right palm facing target, left palm facing directly opposite. Position the grip in the palm of the left hand with thumbs down the flat part of the handle.
  1. Chipping grip- Use your putting grip for softer chips. Use your standard grip when you want the ball to jump off the face.
  1. Ball position related to upper body- Assuming your upper body is stacked properly on top of your lower and your alignment is correct, position your tee shots just inside your left armpit, position your long clubs an inch inside your tee shots and position your short clubs an inch inside of that. Hit all your short shots in the middle unless you want to lower or raise the standard trajectory.
  1. 9/10 rule- When you believe you can pull a shot off safely 9 out of 10 times… Go for it! If there is more than 10% doubt, take a safer route!
  1. Tee height- Tee the ball so that 1/3 to ½ of it is above the top line of the driver. Lower that relationship with a fairway metal and tee it as if it is on the ground with a perfect lie when using an iron.
  1. Club path- Much trouble has occurred with the idea of an “inside” swing path. The club head should never travel significantly inside the hands. Keep the club head in front of the hands half way back and trace a nearly identical (but slightly shallower) path on the forward swing.
  1. Intentional slice- Align the stance, shoulders, forearms and grip position left of the club face angle and swing the hand/arm path significantly left of the face angle.
  1. Intentional hook- Do the exact opposite of a slice J
  1. Hit it high- Tilt your sternum direction a few more degrees away from the target.
  1. Hit it low- Tilt your sternum direction a few degrees towards the target.

Special Bonus Tip- How To Hit When Goose Sh!t is behind your ball.

Top Business Golf Strategies

Golf is the ultimate business tool. Increase your revenue with these powerfully concise business golf strategies. Discover how to find your best prospects, the mistakes to avoid when playing business golf and much more. Enjoy and make it profitable!

1. Find out if business golf is for you and how to select the best prospects for business golf in these two short videos-


2.  Top 10 reasons why golf will always be the ultimate business tool.
3. Business Golf for Women and Why women should play golf-

4.  7 step process to hand select your best prospect for business golf

5.  Big mistakes to avoid in your next round of golf and much more in this business golf audio interview-

Scott Seifferlein, Business Golf Expert and Author of 19 Holes of Business Golf Conversation and The Game of Golf & The Art of Business

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