Category: Inner Game

Swing into spring

Get Your Game in Gear Now for 2018 JUMP START YOUR GAME with the Winning The Battle Within mental training program.  If you’ve read Winning The Battle Within, or worked with Dr. Glen Albaugh previously, it’s...

Play with your imagination

Play With Your Imagination  Stop thinking and play with your imagination! While the players at East Lake this week understand the importance of technique as the foundation for improvisational golf, they also know that technique...

Flowing Swings and Focus

Flowing Swings and Focus

Take a look at this interesting study done with experienced amateur players. Players were divided into four groups and asked to complete an accuracy test using a 7 iron. Group one did nothing new...

Staying in the Present

Staying in the Present

Being present centered is characterized by an ability to focus with clear attention and vivid awareness – to fully experience the moment. PGA tour players know the importance of being in the present to...

Rhythm and Tempo in Golf

Rhythm and Tempo in Golf

Whether you are a tour player or a once per week middle to high handicapper, during on-course performance, swinging with rhythm and tempo are the key to consistent swing execution. Get to know the...

An Image In Your Mind Forms an Irresistable Path

An Image In Your Mind Forms an Irresistable Path

Next time you practice, create an image of your intended shot in your imagination, lock into that image and retain it while you swing. Not only will the image of the shot create visual...

The Walk of the Matador

The Walk of the Matador

The walk of the matador is deeply entrenched in the lore of Winning the Battle Within. While El Matador faces possible death on the horns of the Bull, a golfer faces the challenge of...

Manage Your Emotions and Manage Your Game

Manage Your Emotions and Manage Your Game

By learning to manage your emotions you’ll give yourself the best chance for extended periods of optimum play. That should come as no surprise to you, and here are some tried and true methods...