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Putting yips are all in the mind
June 16, 2011

So says sports scientists. Reported this week, biomechanics expert Douglas Baumgarten confirms the view that no-one has proven that the yips are not a purely psychological or psychosomatic phenomenon.

He goes on to say 'the fact that some golfers experience the yips and then miraculously recover certainly suggests a strong psychological component.'

This is what top golf coach Stephen Ladd and sports psychologist Bill Gladwell have been teaching since their 'Mental Golf' training programme launched in the USA.

The technique has to be learned of getting your unconscious mind and your 'awake' brain on the same team. Mental or Mindset techniques for golf is a combination of three of the most powerful mental game technologies on the planet, all designed around one goal- to make you a better golfer.

Stephen and Bill looked at how the ancient Zen archers tricked their minds into believing it was impossible to miss. They put together golf routines to eliminate all tension and anxiety, and install unstoppable confidence. They teach how to effortlessly link up mind and body every time you approach a green - how to programme the mind for success.

They looked at NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and included it in the programme, as well as 'energy psychology' to eliminate fears and negative belief systems to quietly and quickly get you into the 'zone'.

Launched in the USA, this powerful system is being trialled in the UK, and here's what some users say:-

Davie Kinloch, Glasgow: Thanks to mindset golf I'm swinging better, feeling better, and playing better than ever.

Fred Iles, Bedfordshire: This innovative product is already proving beneficial in helping me prepare for matches in a positive and focused manner.

For more information go to www.foxhatgolf.com or contact H. Stirling on strictlyfoxhat@aol.com who promotes this innovative system in the U.K.








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