G'Day Fellow Golfers,
One aspect of the game of golf that remains a mystery to most golfers is the inside game. You know that dreaded 6 inches of space between the ears that can make your round of golf pure pleasure or a total nightmare! I sincerely believe that correct mental decisions made with a relaxed mind will hold you in good stead when the cannons are going off out on the golf course. Golf sometimes is a mind battle, if you are participating on the golf course with a mind full of self doubt and unable to focus in a relaxed manner be ready to take some big hits in your score.
Over the last six months I have been trialling a new mental golf program, in fact it has been working so well (it actually works!) that I have recently been selling it to my students with fantastic results. The program is called ProGolf IQ and I will hand it over to the experts in this field to deliver their message below.
A message from the Experts at ProGolf IQ
You can have all the latest gear, take lessons from the most accomplished coach, practice until your hands blister and your shoulders burn – but if your mind's not right, it's not going to make any difference. Pro Golf IQ gets your brain into top shape for golf. Based on rigorous scientific research, it helps you balance and de-clutter the mind at the crucial moment – just before you take your shot. So like all the top pros, you'll be able to instinctively get into 'the zone' when it most matters.
In a nutshell
Natural talent? Good luck? Powers of concentration? Are these the qualities you need to be a good golfer? To a degree. But your greatest friend (or greatest foe) is right between the ears.
Whatever level you play at, you will have experienced this:
When you're shaping up to take a shot, every piece of advice you've ever been given suddenly floods into your head. Grip, stance, swing, follow through, wind, trajectory, direction, water, bunkers, trees ... it's far too much information to compute in a split second, so no wonder it sends you into a blind panic. And no wonder you mess up your shot.
Golf ball in the rough
The science part
Research proves that the average golfer uses only the left side of the brain when contemplating a shot. This is the side that is preoccupied with half-remembered tips, advice and repetitive drills – the unwanted 'noise' that clutters the mind, and hampers good golf.
On the other hand, professional golfers are trained to use both sides of the brain when setting up. They successfully include the creative right side, which deals with rhythm, balance, timing, co-ordination and imagery. So they achieve a perfect mental balance. What's more, top golfers can 'switch off' the mind just before swinging the club. This allows the body to do what it has practiced a thousand times before – without the mind meddling.
Pro Golf IQ uses a unique and patented process called Inter-hemispheric Synchronic Mediation (ISM) ,entrainment plus several other key techniques, to give you the necessary skills to get both sides of your brain working together – and create that essential 'quiet time', just like the pros do. After a while, this state of mind will become second nature, and you'll be striking the ball like you've never done before.
This is a completely safe, scientifically based program, which involves one 20 to 30-minute session, three times a week for five weeks. Each week you will relax and listen to a powerful new track. Rest assured, Pro Golf IQ is not another hypnotherapy-based relaxation course – there are too many of these on the market already. Pro Golf IQ will not teach you how to play golf but will coach your mind to improve your game.
Free Advice #5
So do yourself a favor and check out this exciting new mental golf program. What I like about ProGolf IQ is that you can continually use it throughout your golf career and it really makes it easy to focus during the process of playing a golf shot.
To make the pill sweeter to swallow if you post this link on to your browser and they will give you a fantastic 20% off the retail price. https://www.progolfiq.com/buy-it-now.php?tc=pga1107
Regards and good golfing,
Copyright © Grant Westthorp 2009