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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

Funniest Golf Video Clip Ever? – You Decide

Funniest Golf Video Clip Ever – You Decide

This maybe the funniest golf video I have ever seen. It’s a candid camera style clip taken at a local driving range.

The look on the players’ faces when the local  redneck shows up and starts shooting, at the golf balls in flight are priceless!

I hope it you enjoy it and share it with your friends.

Your Partner In Golf Success,

Scott Seifferlein
Author, Speaker & PGA Golf Guru
"Stop Slicing Five Swings Guaranteed!"
2011 GR Chamber Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Finalist
2011 Bill Strausbaugh Award For The Advancement Of Teaching 
Phone: 616.802.4969
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Amway Grand Plaza Dreams Package Giveaway

Plaza Dreams Hotel Room Package

“Scott, are you paying attention to me?”

I awake from my trance and look up from the letter I had been working on to discover my beautiful bride had been talking to me for five minutes about a weekend trip we were planning with the kids.

Kids. That’s right. I have kids. Sometimes I forget. That is what happens when you have advanced level focus skills typical of high sports performers. Which leads me to my point and gift I have for the first person to respond to this letter at the upcoming West Michigan Golf Show.

A couple of years ago I was at a fundraiser for Health Intervention Services. There was an auction for a Plaza Dreams Hotel Room Package at the Amway Grand Plaza. I was deep in concentration. Deer in headlights look was in full effect. I thought it would be a really great gift for my lovely bride. The auction ended. I was the winner. All was good in my world.

Until I got home.

“When are we going to use that?” asked my beautiful bride.

“How about next weekend?” said I.

“What are we going to do with the kids?” said she.

“We have kids?” said I.

So much for that brilliant idea. So down to my office went the gift certificate. Into the pile of unending projects. Where it sat for two years until I cleaned my desk this winter. I asked my still lovely bride if she would like to use it and she informed me about the children. They are still in the house… and won’t be old enough to move out for 18 more years.

So I have decided to give it away to the first person who stops by to see me at the Watermark Country Club booth (#1219) at the West Michigan Golf Show and selects a customized coaching program. Your customized coaching program can be for the remaining 7 weeks of indoor season or for the upcoming outdoor season. I’ll be at the booth from 2:30pm to 4:00pm on Saturday Feb. 9th and 1:30pm to 3pm on Sunday Feb. 10th.

The Golf Show takes place at DeVos Place and the Watermark CC will be located at booth #1219.

Here are the details of the Plaza Dreams Hotel Room Package:

Amway Grand Plaza

For couples looking for an extraordinary way to get away from it all.

Your package includes:

  • Overnight accommodations for two featuring a plush single king, or double queen beds, with pillow top mattress, down pillows, and cozy sheets for one spectacular evening.
  • Evening turndown service.
  • Access to the Plaza Fitness Center and all its amenities, including heated pool and hot tub.
  • 24-hour concierge service.

*Available Friday and Saturday evenings only.


Do You Need a Speaker or Expert Interview For an Upcoming Tele-Seminar, Webinar, or Live Event?
Scott is available as a speaker for your upcoming event, or as an expert interview for your tele-seminars, webinars or live event for your coaching groups, members or clients.

Why should you look into Scott and as a Topic of Interest for Your Clients?

First, I know how hard it is to come up with new and interesting topics to bring to your clients and members. How do you keep them coming back and wanting more? It’s been my experience that most people have a tough time mixing business and golf to increase sales and profits. Three Lessons From The Game of Golf That Apply To The Art of Business is a topic that will “WOW!” your herd. It’s new and different. A topic your clients likely haven’t heard before.

Second, for interviews, I will hand you turn-key interview questions and an outline of my answers so you can quickly and easily dive right into the call or webinar.

I will quickly and easily adjust my talk so to speak directly to your niche. Do you have a group of Insurance Agents? How about Doctors, or Dentists? Butchers, Bakers, Candlestick Makers?

It really makes no difference. I can speak directly to each individual niche with some quick changes to the script to meet the needs of your clients.

I have recently presented at Watermark Business Connections Group & Kentwood Rotary with upcoming engagements at Davenport University, Farm Bureau Regional Conference and Big Breakfast Group at Coral Gables CC in Ft. Lauderdale.

What do you have to lose? Give Scott a call at 616.802.4969. Book Scott and on your calendar for your next tele-seminar or webinar or speaking engagement.

Register for the FREE speaking engagement at Davenport University. Here is the link to register:

Letter From Lucas

Hi! My Name is Lucas Seifferlein and I am five years old. My Daddy just released the new cover of his book The Game of Golf & The Art of Business (It’s beautiful and you can find it at, Barnes& and and he said I could do whatever I wanted with the leftover original books.

So I counted them all up. There are 121 of them all together (That is the highest I have ever counted). And I took them all and covered him right up. This is a picture of me making a silly face next to my Daddy and his books.
So What’s Next?
This was a fun thing to do on a rainy Sunday afternoon, but I am only 5 years old. What am I going to do with 121 books that teach you about the game of golf and the art of business?
Well, I have an idea. My Daddy is teaching me about free market capitalism and he told me I could sell the books for whatever price I wanted. So I worked the numbers and came up with an offer you cannot refuse (Seriously, you wouldn’t turn down a five year old… would you?)
Invest in a minimum of 100 (That is my favorite number) with the original cover (It’ll be worth a lot of money on Ebay someday, trust me) and I will send them to you so you can give them out to your employees, clients and vendors. They will LOVE it!

Because I would like to get these books into your hands right away (They are taking up space in my toy box), I am willing to give them to you for 30 cents on the dollar plus shipping. The book retails for $20.00. So you can get 100 of them for only $600!!
But hurry, I am sending this out to over 300 of Daddy’s business clients, including companies like Steelcase, Amway, Perrigo, Whirlpool, Spectrum Health, Meijer, Priority Health, MMBJ, Huntington and dozens of other large employers who would gobble up 100 of Daddy’s books in a heart beat.

Call my Daddy right away. Here is his direct phone number. 616.802.4969.


Daddy’s Little Free Market Capitalist

P.S. Call 616.802.4969 right away before the books are all grabbed up!

P.P.S. Good grief, look at the poor guy, help him get out from under all those books.

P.P.P.S. If you would like my Daddy to share the 3 Lessons Learned From the Game of Golf That Apply to the Art of Business, he is now booking keynotes for December & January.

Better Golf Section

Should you swing toe up to toe up?
It wasn’t too long ago that I met with a Battle Creek area golfer who had been to one of those fancy pants famous golf instructor schools in Florida that starts with an “L”. He spent the week down there learning how to swing toe up to toe up and set the angle. Now in full disclosure there are cases where I will use the term toe up to toe up and teach a version of this. But unfortunately for people trying to improve their golf swing … toe-up to toe-up has been taught so often that it has been pretty much anointed as being as important as “keeping your head down” and “keeping your left arm straight”.
Yet toe-up to toe-up is not a fundamental of the golf swing. It’s actually a technique in many cases that is making it more difficult for you to gain any consistency in your golf swing. And in the case of the golfer who went to the fancy pants golf instructor school, he was so open faced as a result of toe up to toe up that he couldn’t keep his golf ball out of Mr. Havacamp’s swimming pool.
You will find a slideshow of PGA Tour player examples of toe up in the backswing.  The real toe-up version. And there are exceptions as you will see in the slide show.
The problem is that… the rest of this article and the reason for the “exceptions” is reserved for our golf coaching members. Upgrade today for less than an overpriced fish stick at a political fundraiser to receive the complete “paid member” only edition.

Golf at Bethpage Black

I met Bob on the practice range at 7:30 in the morning. Halfway through a bucket of balls, he was excited and talkative. Bob had been my client for a couple of months. I met him in the spring at a clinic I taught, and he had asked me to start working with him that week. Over the months, we did a couple of video analysis sessions and spent a lot of time out on the range. We even played a few holes together, so I could see his game out on the course.
Somewhere in all that time, Bob confessed an ambition. He had been captivated by watching the U.S. Open on television in 2002 and 2009, when it was held at Bethpage State Park in Long Island, New York. Tiger Woods had won the 2002 event and Lucas
Glover the 2009. Often, major tournaments are held at private clubs and off limits to the general public. But 2002 was the first time that the Open was held on a public golf course. It was a marvelous course and the average golfer could now play the same
course that the pros did on television.
In the course of our lessons, Bob shared his dream of playing the Bethpage Black course. When Bob had found out that I used to live on Long Island and had played the course many times—including two New York State Opens—he offered me an opportunity.
Bob was in his late fifties (I guessed). He was a partner in some sort of securities trading firm (I wasn’t sure exactly what they did) with about seventy-five employees. Apparently, he did quite well financially. He offered to fly me with him to Long Island so that he could play the course with me along to coach him through it. He would even pay for my time and expenses.
I was intrigued. Bob seemed like a nice guy, and it would be fun to see the Black Course at Bethpage again. But I pointed out how tough it was to get a tee time. Bethpage is a state park, and players camp out over night to get one of the limited tee time slots. You can’t just walk in and play.
“You let me worry about that,” Bob said. “If I can get us in, can you go?” I told him that with enough notice I should be able to clear my schedule. About a week and a half later, Bob called.
“Can you go next Tuesday?”
“Sure. Can you get a tee time?”
“I know a guy. That’s all you need to know.”
Well, Bethpage is in New York, where “knowing a guy” is an art form. What the heck.
Bob wasn’t a great player, or terrible. He had a 20 handicap, which means that on average, he played 25 strokes over par. For a guy his age and experience, he was about average. He confessed his goal was to play “bogey golf ”—to average one stroke over par for the course.
“You won’t do that on the Bethpage Black course, Bob. I’m telling you, it’s tough. I don’t want you to set your expectations too high. Your first time on it, you should be aspiring to break 100.”
“That’s why I have you along, Scott. Talk me through it.”
We flew in the morning before, and Bob checked us into an executive hotel. He took the rental car out to look at the course and clubhouse from the parking lot, and he bought some souvenir shirts and hats. Over dinner, he was almost giddy, wanting me to preview every hole for him with a scorecard he had picked up.
Dinner in New York can be as long as a round of golf. It is an event. There is the pre-appetizer, the appetizer, the main course, desert, and it’s all followed by an after desert drink–or three.
The next thing you know, it’s four hours later. This gave me plenty of time to preview the holes. But rather than give Bob the entire hole by hole analysis, I used the time to share a few stories about how I qualified to play in the New York State Open at Bethpage Black. We talked about what it was like to play in a State Open, the excitement of playing 2 under par on the front nine to leap into fifth place before falling back to 38th for the tournament. The ups and downs that occur over a five hour round and many more fun golf stories that could only be told over a four hour New York style dinner.
Excerpted from the book The Game of Golf and The Art of Business. To read more find the book at