We all spend a lot of time analyzing the physical part of our games with the different assessments, tools, and data software like Trackman, FlightScope, BodiTrak, etc. All great tools and are hugely important to performance improvement.
But what are we doing from the mental side?! How are we assessing our mental games? As coaches, how are we assessing our students/players? That is why I developed my Player Evaluation System.
Knowing your player is more than understanding their swing – it is knowing their unique, psychological fingerprint and what makes them “tick”. Unfortunately, there are not consistent and effective evaluations from a psychological perspective that provide insight into the player… until now!
The tool I developed not only provides insight into the player, it gives a look into the competitive mindset that drives that player.
The ATTACK-R Golf Training System is my online training course to take you, as a player, through a 7-step process for better practice structure in order to shoot the lower scores you desire.
I say this all the time, golfers are the WORST practicers in sports. Their practices usually involve trying to fix problems and not for performance improvement, leaving themselves in a constant state of frustration. This will change that!
ATTACK-R is an acronym for the 7 steps of the system.
Assessment, Testing, Training, Anticipation, Competition, Knowledge Building, and Reinvestment In Your Game.
It also serves as way for players to think “attack” on the course rather than playing defensive and to avoid mistakes.
The online platform to get my most exlcusive golf content and direct access to me so that I can give you the best chance for success on the course; Here are some of the things you will have access to:
In this course, I discuss the 5 most important things I see players struggle with on the golf course and how to manage your mental strategy with your physical game.
In the course I will discuss:
1. Why landmines (or break downs on the golf course) happen
2. What to do when they are happening
3. What to do after they happen