Attentional Focus Coaching for Golfers.
Traditional golf coaching practices worldwide do not SYSTEMATICALLY explain and/or train the golfers Attentional Focus when learning, practicing and playing resulting in numerous frustrating problems, both physical and psychological, for the golfer. TOG closes that significant education gap. No tips. No quick fixes. This program is for the dedicated golfer.
ALL golfers, Pro and amateur, hate inconsistent performance but do not receive coaching in this psychological skill. Endemic instruction focusing on ball, grip, alignment, stance, posture, club path etc. has your attention everywhere other than on target. Consequently few discover HOW to TRUST their technique, employing destructive swing thoughts with limited success.
Playing a golf shot IS psychologically challenging. You have to look away from your target prior to executing a physical action towards it. That is Golf. A Basketball free-thrower, Rifle Shooter, Archers do not. They focus their eyes and attention on the target. Just like Tigers. Now, go and throw a ball WITHOUT a target in mind - it may look similar to your golf game.
Serving a tennis ball, rugby goal kickers and golfers have to look at the ball but lock their attention on where to send it. Without systematic training in this mental skill golfers, prior to execution, switch their attention to the ball, club, body, swing, outcome and potential hazards. Consequently the target is frequently missed. SINGLE POINTED CONCENTRATION is essential and a fundamental skill for playing golf learned uniquely within our golf coaching program.
If you believe there must be a significant piece missing from your golf instruction jigsaw, you have come to the right place and if you've ever heard yourself utter those immortal words after a great shot: "Why can't I do that all the time!?" - Welcome to Target Oriented Golf.
Please take a moment to consider valuable words of wisdom before you enter this site:"We CANNOT solve our problems with the SAME thinking we used when we created them."
- Albert Einstein