This true of most sports. When we make a mistake it can be burned into your psyche. How many times have you said,
or heard another golfer say, "I always miss [insert shot here]. How often do you see the runaway leader falter and lose.
This is what made Tiger Woods so feared on the course - in his prime, he was so tough mentally that he pretty much never
faltered. If you were behind, you stayed behind.
Yes, you need to practise your strokes. But what happens when you get a handle on the mental part of the game? Mental errors like these...
I hear golfers complain a lot about tension on the course. They complain that tension gets in the way of smooth swings and putting strokes. What would happen to your game if you had a simple technique that could produce relaxation in about 20 seconds on the course?
Golfers are often haunted by negative emotional memories. If they mis-hit a shot on the first tee, it affects their entire game. If they come to a hole that they hit a bad shot on a week ago, all they can think about is that bad shot last week. What would happen to your game if you had a simple technique that could erase negative emotional memories in a few minutes?
If you watch professional golf, you've seen Tiger Woods's reaction to hitting a bad shot. It is clear that he is having quite a negative reaction at the moment. What is amazing to most people is that he can leave that negative emotional reaction behind and completely focus on the next shot. How would your game improve if you had that same ability?
Who is the target audience?
Golfers who want to shave strokes off their game
Golfer who understand their mind makes a huge difference in how they play