I help professional golfers who are struggling with consistently playing their best, under pressure, in competition.
That's a problem with the mental game.
I fix it by solving problems with the mental game, to get you past what is holding you back, and *consistently* bring out your best when it counts.
The result is you get into the zone for every shot,
You let go of every negative experience, play golf one shot at a time, don't worry about your opponents or score, boost your recovery and much more.
Fast results, guaranteed, even if you are choking, have the yips or are in a slump.
That's how I get you get the competitive edge.
How can I do that?
I created the method to do that - which I custom-tailor to every player's unique and specific needs - to fix your problem with the mental game and bring out the potential inside you, quickly.
I work in-person, one-on-one, at my Sacramento, California office or at your location. All work is confidential. Exclusivity is available.
Even if you've tried everything else, because what I do is so unique and powerful - this time you'll get the results you want.
This is different from sports psychology, in fact, I'm light years beyond sports psychology. Basically, my work begins where sports psychology ends.
How do you know if you have a problem with the mental game?
Simple. If you have the skills, ability and talent, do good in practice, but can't *consistently* play your best, under pressure, in competition - if you can't bring it out when it counts - then you have a problem with the mental game.
I say *consistently,* because there are always professional golfers who have flashes of brilliance on the course, but they lack consistency, and consistency is what builds successful and profitable careers, and creates legends, in the world of golf.
If you have an "unlucky" course, event or hole; if there's a player who always beats you, even though you are better; if you are choking, have the yips or are in a slump; then you have a problem with the mental game.
If distractions from your personal life, spectators, officials, the environment or the media "set you off," or are affecting your play in competition, then you have a problem with the mental game.
If you can't stop thinking about bad shots, or experiences, then you have a problem with the mental game.
If you aren't consistently playing your best, shot after shot, then you have a problem with the mental game.
If that's the case, then problems with the mental game are holding you back from being the best professional golfer you can be, and from bringing out the potential inside you.
The key is overcoming what is holding you back
I know that every player who has earned their right to play on a professional golf tour, has the skills, ability and talent to consistently make the cut, have top 20 finishes (or better), and even win.
If you aren't doing that, then something is holding you back from bringing out the player you deserve to be.
How long do you want to wait to get past what's holding you back?
How long can you afford to wait?
You need to ask yourself two simple questions.
FIRST: Do you want to be free of what's holding you back, so you can consistently bring out your best, when it counts?
SECOND: Do you want the competitive edge?
If the answer to both those questions is yes, then call me, and let's talk about it.
NOTE: Agents, teams and coaches don't pay for my services (players do), but they benefit (and profit) from them.
I believe public service is important. As a former U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman, my public service is helping combat veterans control negative stress and chronic pain - at no charge. Know a veteran in need? Pass along my name.