A Book to Actually Improve Your Game

LESSONS FROM THE BEST

Holistics Insights, Tips, and Tricks to Improve Your Golf

Now available for pre-order. Will ship in late June.

"Mark is the right guy to help thousands of us with this sport we love. He has found a way to teach us, with grace and positivity, with a wide range of lessons from legendary players and teachers. It’s brilliant what he has amassed here."

—Jim Nantz, CBS Sports

Have other golf instruction books failed to improve your scores? It might be devised by one person, rather than the result of many experts. Or because many of these books teach one set of methods, failing to take into account that every golfer is different, different bodies and capabilities, different swings, and different mindsets. 

Mark Immelman is a top-rated instructor, having taught pros and high-handicaps alike, and he knows that game improvement must be customized and holistic in order to really work. He also continues to be a student of the game, who has learned countless insights from pros and fellow experts. And now he is sharing all of the concepts, insights, and lessons with you in full detail.

Since early 2016, Immelman has interviewed hundreds of tour pros and teaching pros every week on his podcast, On the Mark. This book brings some of those greatest conversations to life, from a variety of perspectives and styles. Mark adds important context and commentary to help translate key concepts, so you can apply them effectively to your own game. 

In this book, you’ll hear directly from Max Homa, Jordan Spieth, Collin Morikawa, and Viktor Hovland on how their games have evolved and improved. Former greats such as Fred Couples, Nick Price, and Justin Leonard explain how they took their games to the top level, and how you can do the same. But that is just the beginning. You’ll also learn from luminary instructors such as Butch Harmon, David Leadbetter, and Bob Rotella, with Mark distilling and synthesizing everything for you along the way. 

There’s the saying, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” In golf instruction, rather than simply dictating swing tips, this book shares the why and how of scoring better. Mark will teach you how to be your own swing coach and sports psychologist. Not only will this book share hundreds of insights, tips, and tricks in its pages, you will learn how to listen, understand, and actually apply what you hear and read elsewhere. This book is not a trendy new system; it’s an education. 

So let Mark Immelman coach you to a better understanding and a better mindset, which will truly lead to a better game. 

LEARN FROM THESE TOUR PROS AND TEACHING PROS

Max Homa | Jordan Spieth | Collin Morikawa | Bryson DeChambeau
Viktor Hovland | Fred Couples | Justin Leonard | Nick Price | Hal Sutton
David Leadbetter | Bob Rotella | Mike Adams | Terry Rowles 
Butch Harmon | Bill Harmon | Bob Winters | Karl Morris

PRAISE FOR LESSONS FROM THE BEST

“Mark's background in playing, college coaching, instructing, and broadcasting enabled his venture into the podcast world an easy one. His insight into all areas of golf improvement made him amply qualified to interview his vast array of high-profile, world-renowned guests, which has made for enlightening listening and learning. This book is a conglomeration of his many podcast episodes, which will provide valuable and entertaining information for golfers of all levels. Enjoy. 
—David Leadbetter 

“Mark Immelman is an ever-curious student of the game and a fantastic, fundamentals-based teacher. Let him take you on a journey through every facet of our great game with his all-star guest list. There is something for everyone and every level of player.”
—Dottie Pepper

“Mark’s ability to connect with his students on a personal level sets him apart as a coach. He is patient, supportive, and always willing to go the extra mile to help his students achieve their goals on the golf course. I have seen firsthand the positive impact Mark has had on his students’ games and lives. His coaching style is not only effective but also empowering, instilling confidence and a love for the game in each of his students. I’m sure you will find this book extremely entertaining and helpful.”
—Ian Baker-Finch

“Golf has always been a massive part of our family’s life and Mark’s passion for the sport has never wavered. His love of the history, architecture, and technique is so evident to everyone who comes into contact with him. I look forward to reading this book.”
—Trevor Immelman, 2008 Masters Champion

“Mark has worked with many professional golfers, including me. He has a very good knowledge of golf and the golf swing. I know you will enjoy this book.”
—Larry Mize

About the Author

MARK IMMELMAN is a teaching professional, TV golf commentator and analyst, popular podcaster, and former college golf coach. You’ve heard Mark provide his expert perspective on CBS, the NBC Golf Channel, ESPN+, PGA Tour Live, and Sirius XM PGA TOUR Radio. He’s also worked as an analyst for many years at The Masters, the PGA Championship, and the Presidents Cup. His podcast, On the Mark, has received over 7 million downloads in more than 125 countries. 

He earned high honors in college golf, playing on two national championship teams at Columbus State University, where he was named an All-American. Years later, as the coach of that same team, he was named 2009 NCAA Division II Coach of the Year. In 2019, he was honored to coach and captain the International team at the prestigious Arnold Palmer Cup, leading his team to a dominant victory. 

Mark’s knowledge, insight and experience have made him a sought-after mind on the PGA and European tours. Through his career, he has taught and/or consulted to various major champions, PGA Tour winners and global Tour professionals such as: Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel, Patton Kizzire, Larry Mize, Loren Roberts, and yes: his younger brother, Masters champion Trevor Immelman.

Born and bred in South Africa, Immelman is now an American citizen who lives in Georgia with his wife and two daughters. 

Photo by Mike Wolfe