Two-time LPGA Tour Player of the Year shares her insight and experience in all phases of the game in a unique new digital platform
Today Secret Golf’ announced the addition of the Player Channel for one of golf’s leading women professionals, Stacy Lewis, and it’s now available on secretgolf.com. Lewis, a two-time LPGA Player of the Year and winner of 11 LPGA events, including a pair of major championships, becomes the first woman with her own Player Channel and the seventh member of Team Secret Golf overall to have live content.
“I’m really excited to be involved and have my own Player Channel. This is a great opportunity to really connect with people in a market that is untapped,” Lewis said. “The Secret Golf Player Channels give you a real understanding of what players are working on and what Tour professionals are doing inside the ropes. Hopefully, we can help people with their games and show them how they can get better.”
Lewis joins World Golf Hall of Fame member Jackie Burke, Steve Elkington, the winner of the 1995 PGA Championship and two Players Championships, PGA Tour professionals Colt Knost, Jason Kokrak and Pat Perez as well as former Tour player turned instructor Bradley Hughes among members of the Secret Golf Team already with live Player Channels.
“We are so excited to have Stacy as part of our Secret Golf Team. Like the other professionals, her Player Channel will tell you everything a Tour player knows. However, having one of the leading players in women’s golf describing it, adds a new dimension,” said Elkington, the cofounder of Secret Golf.
Other Player Channels to follow in the early part of 2017 include Jason Dufner and Ryan Palmer, both four-time winners on the PGA Tour, Mexico’s Gaby Lopez, an 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.
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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