If You Want:
- To overcome problems that limits you from having lower scores.
- To play well at crucial moments, especially on the last few holes.
- To win against a player that you are close to beating, but rarely do so
- To concentrate better & not let bad shots subsequently cause your play to deteriorate.
- Benefit more quickly from whatever instructions or lessons that you are taking.
- Simply enjoy the game you love.
Peak Performance Optimization can help you reach these goals and do so in one to four sessions.
How important is it to you to improve your golf game?
- Do you think about your golf game quite a bit when you are not playing?
- Do you think the mental game of golf is important?
- Are you the type of person who strives to play better?
- Do you think there is room for improvement?
Many books and teaching pros emphasize the mental game of golf. Johnny Miller won thirty tour tournaments and says that “When it comes down to it golf is the ultimate mind game.” Negative emotions and reactions can interfere with you playing at your best, whether it is frustration, tension, or anger. You can be playing well, hit a bad shot, and subsequently have your game not be at its best. Greg Norman. winner of seventy tour victories said “The mind has a greater effect on your putting than anything else.”.
You are the type of person that Peak Performance Optimization is for if you have been successful in some aspect of your life, profession, business, or family. It is usually somewhat frustrating to not obtain the kind of success in golf that you think you are capable of. It can be perplexing when you do not improve at a faster pace, especially if you have been taking lessons. Due to the effects of motor memory, more sessions are sometimes needed when you want to improve more than one stroke, and obviously to lower you handicap. The combination of lessons from your teaching pro and Peak Performance Optimization are very effective and greater improvement occurs more quickly.
Many of you do not recognize that your pace of improvement is slow because you have not experienced great improvement in a short amount of time.
Read the questions above. Does one or more apply to you? Is there one big reason why you do not consistently play better? Negative and distracting thoughts affect your concentration, hurt your shot making, cause doubt, and make bad decisions. The more confident you feel, the more clearer that you concentrate, and the better you play.
You have read about Peak Performance Optimization and may doubt that it could not bring about the quick and substantial improvements described. I want you to know that I have conducted research in psychology as far back as 1974 and it was for Martin Seligman, a Past President of the American Psychological Association. I restarted conducting research when I discovered psychology methods to bring about Peak Performance Optimization dating back to 1997.
I make it very convenient to do these sessions. They can be done on the Internet so that we can see each other or be sessions can be done on the phone. All services are confidential.
I highly recommend that you download the concise, free report that describes this great method. If you do not read it, you will not know what you are missing. Peak Performance Optimization is a different way of improving your game and only takes a few sessions.