The TBGA mental golf training program will develop our students in 3 areas necessary to become a superior golfer: Attitude, Process, and Preparation.
Sport psychology is a specialized form of coaching – coaching the mind. To be mentally strong, a player must determine how he or she thinks and feels at all times. A player cannot allow outside occurrences to determine their mindset.
Reacting to situations (bad shots, results, luck, etc…) and allowing obstacles to change their mindset places an athlete at the mercy of outside forces. Mentally weak competitors lose focus and performance suffers. Becoming mentally tough is a process that cannot just be talked about in an office – it is a skill that must be learned, practiced and implemented on the course.
Great athletes, performing at the top of their game, know themselves. They know how to prepare themselves for competition, handle obstacles that will get in their way and get their minds prepared for game day. This typically takes years of experience, trial and error, and much frustration. Many athletes simply ride the ups and downs never learning how to prepare and focus their minds for competition. Our acclaimed staff sports psychologist will work with you to develop a strong and focused mind required to perform under the pressure of tournament golf.