Richard Zokol’s PGA Tour career spanned over 20-years, winning twice on the PGA Tour (both wins in 1992) while competing in 412 PGA Tour events and winning once in 53 starts on the Web.com Tour (in 2001). Recognized as a professional golfer with a distinct perspective, Richard is one of the most dedicated and determined professionals in Canadian golf. Richard “walked-on” the BYU Golf Team as a freshman then by his senior year at BYU, he captained the team to the 1981 NCAA Championship—that team was inducted into the Brigham Young University Sports Hall of Fame in 2009. Richard was also inducted into the British Columbia Golf Hall of Fame in 2009 and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame in 2011. Zokol’s passion capital served him well in PGA Tour competition and then as he transitioned into business, in 2004, when he founded & co-designed Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club, an award winning golf course in British Columbia. Richard joined Predator Ridge Resort in 2012 as Executive Director, Golf Development and is currently a Golf & Real Estate Specialist at Predator Ridge Resort in BC’s beautiful Okanagan Valley
December 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 14 mins
Is golf really a case of mind over matter? Kind of, says former PGA Tour winner Richard Zokol who has spent the best part of 20 years studying the brain and mind and how it impacts golf performance. Richard joins the show, alongside special guest co host Mike Clayton, to discuss that aspect of golf as well as course architecture and the state of the game more broadly.