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In the absence of receiving cumulative data on their performance, my research shows that golfers, including super stars, overestimate their performance, often by wide margins. What data golfers now record – fairways and greens hit, total putts taken, the number of holes where you take only one putt after a chip, pitch or sand shot- are almost useless in diagnosing the exact error and correcting it. This booklet tells you what performance to record, the benefits of receiving data on your cumulative performance and the process of recording the data simply and quickly.

002  The Mental Side of Golf – Introduction  
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Do you need to improve your mental game? To find out, answer the following questions:

  • Do you feel you should make more short putts when the match is at stake?
  • Do you want to play at least as well or better during tournaments as you do in everyday rounds?
  • Are you a beginner who would like to feel comfortable playing with skilled golfers?
  • Would you like to feel comfortable teeing off on the first hole and hit a good drive?
  • Would you like to repeat or improve on your best round and be more consistent?
  • Do you want to play smarter golf to shorten the time it takes to improve your game?

003  The Mental Side of Golf – Before The Round  
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Golfers can improve their mental game before the round. They should do this while imagining playing a round successfully and in rich detail before they even get to the course and while practicing, where they spend most of their time thinking only of mechanical moves.

004  The Mental Side of Golf – During The Round  
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Golfers spend much of the time during the round thinking of what mechanical moves to make with their body. Research shows this often causes them to tighten up, become mechanical and score higher. Instead, they will benefit from visualizing two objects that are external to their body: where the ball should fly and roll and where the club should move, especially at impact.

005  Behavioral Golf Instruction Booklet For Teachers  
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This is a booklet and/or two summaries written for golf teachers that presents all of the Behavioral Golf Instruction steps and comments. You use this process on all lessons and to all students. The objectives are to (1) lower the student’s average score, (2) to improve all students, (3) improve performance immediately and (4) sustain the improvement long term. Download and read at your convenience. No charge.

I measured the student’s performance before, during and after the lessons given by me or by a professional instructor. Therefore, I know that Behavioral Golf improves performance of all students, achieves it sooner and sustains it long term. It takes less time to read this than a foursome takes to play nine holes of golf.


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