Wouldn’t it be great to walk from the practice to the first tee knowing you had a swing you could trust…..knowing that you could manage yourself and your game….knowing you had a fail-safe pre shot routine…..knowing that you could bounce back quickly from mistakes.
To make that walk with a swing you can trust use Self-Coaching as your guide, which golfers across a wide range of ability levels and ages can apply. A commitment to its concepts can help free you from mental and emotional traps inherent in the game and build important habits for high-level play.
Golf’s advanced technology offers all sorts of ways, which promote equipment and swings as the surest path to high performance.
Developing a “repeatable swing” and finding matching equipment is an important starting point for improved performance, but it’s merely the price of admission to a higher level of play.
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Self-Coaching will bridge that gap from technology and technique to performance, by adding structure, discipline and mental skills to the way you practice and play the game,
For those who are looking for new ways to play the game, experiencing Self-Coaching, with Dr. Albaugh, can be a real treasure. Not only will you come away with new and refreshing strategies for practicing and taking your game to the course, you will make an extraordinary leap in enjoyment.
Drawing from a wide range of Winning The Battle Within concepts and techniques, which have roots in the best of sport psychology, Dr. Albaugh uses tried and tested Self-Coaching tools that work.
So here, without having to wade through pages of text, books or online websites, are guidelines for Self-Coaching guaranteed to create sustainable enjoyment and lower scores.
You will learn:
To assess your best performance profile
How balancing your conscious, imaginative and emotional minds impacts learning and performing golf skills.
How understanding the Brian/Heart relationship will help you manage your thoughts and emotions more effectively.
The difference among blocked, simulated (random and variable) and inner game practice methods and how each are most effectively applied.
What it means to trust your swing.
The importance of being in a present time state of awareness.
The difference between internal and external feedback and how internal feedback leads to automatic play.
How a consistent journal collection system records the most important information…your experiences.
How a post shot routine allows you to refocus quickly from missed shots.
How to be a Closer: seizing those pressure packed moments.
How a pre-shot routine puts you into a positive and imaginative frame of mind just before you hit your shot.
The power of positive self-talk
By understanding the links among the three stages of learning golf skills,you’ll learn skills more efficiently and perform them more consistently.
That insightful discoveries are abundant when the mind is totally aware and free from judgment.
That to understand and trust your own unique swing through a disciplined process is the foundation of consistent performance.
How inner game/trust drills will help you to trust your swing, play more fully in your imaginative mind, and swing automatically.
That mental toughness is starting out intently focused and sustaining this level throughout the entire performance.