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Do I have your Attention?


If you have ever witnessed a Tiger hunting its prey, you will have marvelled at its ability to focus its attention. It is fortunate for it can keep its eyes locked on its Target. Golf presents its players with a much greater challenge which takes you beyond the eyes and into your brain...

HOW to Train & Trust


For many golfers, the practice facility is seen only as a place to develop their technical skills. Most end up playing how they practice, riddled with swing thoughts and doubting their ability to swing consistently. HOW can you ever Trust in competition that which you continue to doubt in your practice....


Pathway to Performance



Comprehension ---->

State Management ---->

Attentional Focus ---->

High Performance Golf.


Your journey begins here....

Lessons for Golf and Life


Target Oriented Golf is not just a set of products designed to change the way you practice and play golf. It is supported by people dedicated to helping you understand your self and the game of golf beyond the swing. If you love golf but struggle to enjoy it, invest some time and talk with us...


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Attentional Focus Coaching

Golf coaching practices worldwide do not SYSTEMATICALLY explain and train Attentional Focus when learning, practicing and playing resulting in many persistent and frustrating SYMPTOMS, both physical and psychological. Why? Attentional Focus lies at the heart of successful motor skill acquisition AND psychological performance. You should discover why Target Oriented Golf is NOT being taught or coached by swing coaches and psychologists.

If you often struggle to enjoy your game of golf why not invest some effort to switch your attention from destructive swing analysis and discover HOW to TRUST it. When you really understand the relationship between vision, thought and action you will stop trying to control your swing but gain control of your game. The elusive skill for high performance golf is ATTENTIONAL FOCUS. Take time to uniquely learn it here. You know the alternative.

There are approximately 86 billion neurons in the average brain. Different patterns of these neurons link and form memories which support all of your TRUSTED physical actions in life. Think of a life skill you perform successfully today and you created a memory for it. Your golf swing and putting stroke SHOULD also become TRUSTED but you will have to significantly improve how you are PRACTICING to play golf. Trust needs deliberate practice.

The golf swing and putting stroke are just 2 of 100's of physical tasks you carry out in your life. When you attempt to develop a golf swing your goal should be to try to build a trusted memory in your BRAIN. Neurons begin to link up and fire your muscles appropriately, the more you repeat the action, the stronger become the interaction between those neurons.

What do you think happens if you do NOT repeat the same move when you are trying to hit balls or you attempt to modify your swing? Different neurons are introduced in order to fire the muscles differently. What about the next swing change? I hope you understand why lifetimes spent modifying technique is the primary reason for NOT developing trust in it.

HOW is TRUST in your swing or putting stroke achieved in golf? When you STOP striving to control them. Keeping your Attentional Focus occupied with where you wish to SEND your ball (the task) as you look down at the ball allows your NON-conscious brain to perform the physical actions. You experience what if feels like to play golf FREE of swing thoughts, just like you perform every other life task successfully today. You experience what it means to PLAY golf, not consciously control your golf clubs. Take time to learn Target Oriented Golf.

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