Lower Your Score with Obedience Training for Your Golf Brain
What you'll learn
- How to manage your mind and emotions so you can play your best golf
- How to avoid choking under pressure
- How to stop chronically underperforming because of negative thinking
- How to get into the Zone more often and play to your potential
- How to quiet your inner critic and stop self-interfering
- A willingness to learn skills used by PGA and LPGA Tour players to play their best
- A desire to learn new practices that allow you to leave behind old self-sabotaging behaviours
Are you tired of choking and being inconsistent? Do you chronically underperform? You can turn that frustration into lower your scores—and more fun—by learning the mental awareness skills of elite golfers. This course will teach you the mental game skills used by PGA and LPGA Tour golfers to manage their thinking and emotions under pressure, deal effectively with nerves, and calm themselves to play their best golf. This course teaches you how to apply practices of mindfulness specifically to golf. Taught by golf and performance coach Tim O'Connor, the course contains a mixture of video content, guided meditations, practices and activities that are engaging, relaxing and game-changing. Unlike most golf content which provides tips and things to think about, this course teaches golfers how to change their relationship to their thinking so they can stop self-interfering and enter states of flow. These activities allow you to play with a sense of ease and freedom, identify why you’re underperforming and give you tools to perform when it counts. You will learn skills and techniques that allow you to take advantage of your innate talents, rather than trying to think your way through golf, which is a recipe for paralysis by analysis.
This course is welcomed especially by golfers who are frustrated that despite working on their mechanics and trying to do everything right, they feel mired in mediocrity. If you are willing to learn new skills employed by the best players in the world, and you truly wish to change your game, then this course is for you. Using the activities in this course to train your golf brain, you will learn how the skill of awareness can help players take their game to the next level, have more fun—and lower their scores.
Who this course is for:
- Golfers of all levels
Tim O’Connor is a golf and performance coach based in Guelph, Ontario. He is co-host of the Swing Thoughts podcast, and head coach of the University of Guelph golf team. An award-winning writer, Tim is the author of four books, including The Moe Norman Story: The Feeling of Greatness. He plays bass in Guelph-based punk band CID.