PGA Champion Jason Dufner shares insight to his game in a unique new digital platform
Today Secret Golf announced PGA Tour professional Jason Dufner as an addition to the lineup of Player Channels now available on secretgolf.com. Dufner, the 2013 PGA Champion and winner of four PGA Tour events, becomes the eighth member of Team Secret Golf to have live content.
“I’m looking forward to having my own Secret Golf Channel,” said Dufner. “We’re trying to make the amateur golfer a little more aware of why we are so successful at what we do and help them with their game. All of us on Team Secret Golf want to show the public what we know on an unique platform.”
Dufner joins World Golf Hall of Fame member Jackie Burke and 1995 PGA Championship winner Steve Elkington on the Secret Golf Team. Players already with live Player Channels include two-time LPGA Tour Player of the Year, Stacy Lewis, PGA Tour professionals Colt Knost, Jason Kokrak and Pat Perez as well as former Tour player turned instructor Bradley Hughes of Australia.
“It’s exciting to have a player like Jason Dufner as part of our team,” said Elkington, the co-founder of Secret Golf. “Golfers of all levels will learn quite a bit from his channel. Even with his talent, Duff takes a cerebral approach to the game and he’s really a student of the golf swing. In his own words, Jason will tell you how he went from being a walk-on at Auburn University to a PGA Championship winner.”
Other Player Channels to follow in the early part of 2017 include Ryan Palmer, a four-time winner on the PGA Tour, Mexico’s Gaby Lopez, a LPGA rookie in 2016, and Jason Gore, the Web.com Tour’s Player of the Year in 2005 and a winner of 12 professional titles overall.
Each member of the Secret Golf Player Team will have a dedicated channel, which allows fans to have a direct connection to their favorite players.
Secret Golf uncovers all aspects of golf, with every video, golf professionals’ contribution and rich library of content providing an opportunity to learn more about the game. Stealth approaches and fervent opinions for improving one’s game and skillset are unveiled. Secret Golf delves deeper than any medium before it, to investigate course design and strategy, analyze swing mechanics, and dig into the mental aspect of the game. Wherever audiences are: in front of a television, about on a mobile device or surfing the web, they’ll have immediate access to golfing’s most coveted secrets.
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