Dear Golfer,Despite the hope promised by ‘hot new’ golf products, the sad truth is that only a small percentage of average golfers ever improve.
Handicap statistics compiled by the National Golf Foundation and United States Golf Association show that most golfers establish their level of competency after a few years. After that, they seldom vary their scores by more than a stroke or two.
Now here’s the good news:
I guarantee that if you do the simple things I tell you to do in the next 4 weeks, you will make a quantum leap in your golf performance.
Skeptical? Maybe so. But what if what I’m about to tell you is true?
You are invited to join a NEW four-week, private, exclusive online mental toughness class led by me entitled “Mental Toughness for Golf: Perform Your Best Under Pressure.”
The reason I can make this promise to you is that most golfers’ lack of progress is due to improper training. Golfers tend to obsess over equipment and technique. They neglect the mental side of golf and their short game.
To play better golf, you need to build and practice a consistent swing that you trust. Forget the right forearm and the left hip. Forget pushing, pulling, and rotating. Make your game as simple and repeatable as possible. Focus solely on doing what is necessary for you to square the club to the target line at impact.
To square your club to the target line at impact, the following four ingredients are a must:
1. A good grip 2. The proper set up 3. The right swing speed 4. Gaining a feel for the swing
The first two ingredients are easy if you don’t already have them. A good pro at your club can give them to you in a few minutes.
The second two are tougher, because your mind can creep in and create errors. A common cause of errors in your swing is over-tightness in the muscles, which happens when you tense up.
When your muscles tighten, your swing slows, you cannot connect to the feel of your swing, and your drives get shorter and shorter.
This is why it is so important to be confident on the golf course. Not only do you enjoy golf more, your drives become longer and more consistent.
I’m crazy at fifty – I’m loving mental toughness training. I feel like a kid again at golf. Also I’m relaxing more and learning more about myself and my emotions. I feel that what I enjoy most is the inner confidence that I get from your techniques which allow me to enjoy life to the fullest when golfing. It makes me appreciate who I am and how great life can be.Rick Grafton, Golf
Genuine confidence is an absolute necessity if you want to reach your potential. I’ve worked with Lisa as a personal mental training coach and have accessed Lisa’s talents in training teams I have coached. Lisa’s work is very effective because she delivers the training at the level the clients need…and it’s the type of training that you take with you and use on a daily basis towards success.Shannon Miller, former Coach, Olympic Women’s Hockey Team
Here’s What You Will Learn in Mental Toughness for Golf:
Week #1 How to Achieve Maximum Confidence
Being mentally tough is about one thing: how to handle fear and performance anxiety in your most important rounds.
You’ll get step-by-step instructions by me on how to create positive emotions and master negative emotions using the latest cutting edge research.
You’ll check and re-fine your existing strategies for dealing with emotions. If you don’t have any strategies, this course will help you create some.
You’ll also start to look at what’s working and what’s not working for you to create and keep maximum confidence in big games right away.
You will discover the following:
How Vijay Singh focuses on his own game instead of getting the #1 spot on the leaderboard
Mark Tewksbury’s mental secret for capturing an Olympic gold medal in swimming (it will surprise you!)
How great golfers create an internal environment for themselves in which they do not feel pressure
How Tom Kite prevents golf frustration from setting in
The 10 strategies to gain confidence that never work—yet golfers always try
Four killer strategies to reduce your performance anxiety in golf
The truth about negative emotions in competition and how you can use these emotions to your advantage
Why criticizing yourself destroys your confidence
Who the best ball striker in golf is and his cardinal rules for avoid self-criticism
What your competitors are doing to put pressure on themselves—and how you can avoid this trap
Lisa, I have a Monkey in my head…you know what mean, I’m sure. So, when in your ebook you tell me I should trust my mind, my Ego is full of doubt. I overruled my Ego, let the Monkey do the deed…and it worked like a treat! Actually, I visualized the shots, then let the Monkey loose. That was yesterday. But today I was so full of confidence thanks to you that I took the short putter out for the first time in 50 years and didn’t twitch a single putt! I rest your case M’Lady.John Blades, Golf
Have you ever heard the adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”? Well, I was broke and I knew it. I knew in my heart I had what it took physically to do my job on the pitching mound. Emotionally and mentally, I was taking myself out of any chance of peak performance. Just as I knew I needed a jump start to my mental game, I knew Lisa was the person who could help me identify the root of my downward spiral. The mental game is not a ‘sometime’ thing. It must be on an all the time thing if you are to find success. Lisa helped me “cut to the chase” and identify those things that were holding me back from attaining the mental edge I needed. Together we created a mental plan of attack that allowed me to stay empowered regardless of the circumstances.Lori Sippel, former Captain, Olympic Women’s Softball team
Week #2 How to Deal with Distractions, Adversity and Bad Shots in GolfIf you’ve been playing for any length of time, you’ve had bad things happen to you: a poor start, or having a fellow player discourage you.
Most golfers are not in control of their performance. If circumstances are good, they perform well; but when things don’t go their way, they tend to perform poorly. The very best golfers know exactly how to re-focus when bad things happen to them in competition.
This course will show you exactly how to identify your stressors and how to overcome them so you can stay on your “A” game no matter what.
You will discover the following:
Which stressors or “distractions” bother you the most
Tiger’s pre-tournament mental toughness routine for blocking out fans, reporters, and other annoying distractions
How Arnold Palmer learned to concentrate during the Masters
Four breakthrough methods for handling adversity when you encounter it in golf
A simple, yet surprisingly effective method for staying resilient in the face of bad shots
How Tom Kit’s money winnings soared after he mastered the art of optimism
How Fred Funk mentally handles tough courses
How to channel frustration and disappointment and turn them into a peak performance
Week #3 Play Your Game with Total Focus
All golfers know that there’s nothing like an excellent start to put them in a confident, relaxed frame of mind. A great start takes pressure off you and allows you to have fun while competing. This course will help you develop a customized, dynamite pre-golf routine that will get you psyched right from the very start of your event.
How to Handle Golfers Who Treat You Poorly or Underrate You
No matter how mentally tough you are, your environment affects you. You need to feel that you have the support of your coaches and family in order to pull off consistently great performances.
This course will give you specific strategies for gaining the trust of the people around you – and for handling any problems they might throw your way.
You will learn the following:
How to “psyche up” the day of the game so you are relaxed, confident, and totally prepared to win
What your “second reaction” is and how it can suck you of confidence and energy
What to do if you lose your confidence the day of the game
A professional musician’s method for laughing at negative emotions (that he learned playing the Grammy awards!)
How to get the support of your coach, parents, and even competitors
How Jack Nicklaus pulled himself out of a slump by changing his mindset towards golf
Exactly what to say and do if a coach or parent is being cold to you when you need their support
How Mike Weir exercises patience when he does not start well
What you should be paying attention to during your most important competitions to win
…This season is a breakthrough for me – I read your book and until I did, I never thought that it was possible for me to get over my negative feelings. For the first time since I was a teenager, I’m enjoying golf again and achieving better scores more consistently than I did even at my peak as a junior player. Thank you for giving me the tools to feel good about how I play this truly excellent sport…Jackie Richards, Golf
This whole concept of me being able to manage feelings of low confidence is very timely for me. It’s nice to be reminded that doubt and fear are normal. It has taken some pressure off of me.Susan O’Connor, Curling
Mental toughness training gives you confidence. It’s helped me play well under pressure and cope with injuries. I think it’s essential if you want to perform to your potential. You owe it to yourself to do mental toughness training, and Lisa Brown’s work is so practical because she teaches you skills you can use right away.Stacy Wilson, former captain, Olympic Women’s Hockey Team
Week #4 How to Handle Failure So You Come Back More Confident Than Ever
I’ve been in private practice with athletes for over 10 years, and their pattern is always the same: they call me about 3 weeks before their provincial, national, world, or Olympic championship to prepare for it.
This is a good idea, but what’s equally important is doing mental toughness training after a major failure.
All good athletes experience failures; however, it’s how you emotionally handle these losses that will determine whether or not you will leave them in the past…or re-create failure for yourself over and over again.
You will learn:
Michael Jordan’s secret to creating unstoppable self-confidence
A world class athlete’s technique for staying motivated
How pro golfers, including Vijay Singh, interpret failure so it flatters them
Why most athletes refuse to visualize success in their minds
A unique way to program yourself for immediate success
Why the very best golfers lose confidence and how to avoid this syndrome
How to respond to failure so you are more motivated than ever, including what Tom Kite does on the course when he’s not having any fun
Here’s exactly how the class will work:
After you register, you will receive an e-mail from me containing your online course instructions. After that, you receive a lesson a week for 4 weeks complete with mental toughness assignments. These lessons are designed to help you lower your score immediately. To gain full benefit, you’ll want to devote 1-2 hours to this training each week for 4 weeks.
How much will this cost? If you attended one of my seminars, the training would cost you at least $500. If you came to me for in-person coaching, the fee for 4 weeks would be $2000 and up, because my hourly fee is $300.
But for this exclusive, new online Home Study program, you can gain my in-depth insights and perfect your mental game for only $97 plus GST.
Imagine waking up every morning knowing exactly how to play your best golf…how to approach your most pressure-filled situations…how to re-create your best swing and attitude…how to become more mentally tough each season… and exactly how to reach your potential as a golfer.
You probably spend 10 times this much each season on equipment, coaching, and travel expenses. Isn’t it time to invest in your mental game too? Aren’t your golf-related goals and dreams worth it?
100% Money Back Guarantee
Is the course guaranteed? Absolutely. Sign up now. If you’re not happy with the course, tell me and you can have ALL your money back – no hassles.
The only request I have is that you participate in the entire course before deciding.
Think about this guarantee for a minute: it’s exactly the same as taking home a new car, test driving it for 2 weeks, then returning the car and have the dealer say to you, “OK, here is all your money back… and, by the way, you get to keep the car too.” It’s the same thing, because I can’t take back from you what you will learn from me in 4 weeks.
To register, simply click on the link below and fill out your information. Or, phone us at (403) 261-2726 and we’ll send you my Mental Toughness for Golf Home Study Program immediately.
If you have questions, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You don’t need to do any teleconferencing, videotaping, or attending expensive lessons from pros. You can sit at home, or even at a beach or in a coffee shop and conduct your e-class from wherever you can get email!
To your success, Lisa Brown, M.A. Author, “Breakthrough Golf!”
p.s. Join me in this course, and I will teach you EXACTLY how to apply mental toughness training to golf for maximum results.
What would your life be like if you had the ability to perform at the upper limit of your talent—consistently? This is the mental toughness ability that separates golfers who reach their goals from golfers who do not.
“It’s a day and night success story. I bought your book, Breakthrough Golf. It was interesting and I skimmed through it pretty quickly, then read the putting tips. I had to hurry because the following day our Club Championships were being held…a two day pressure packed affair guaranteed. I tried just ONE tip from the book on the weekend. My score was 81 — my lowest score of the year!I had the first day lead. I was in a zone — relaxed — having FUN! Sunday I stayed right there and shot 82 — to win by two strokes. Hey, a nice trophy and gift certificate. Big thanks to you–the lovely Lisa Brown for flicking the switch.
Amazing. My handicap fell to 14.
Much thanks and love,
Tom Leparskas, Windsor Ontario
The course was excellent. I learned so many things and look forward to using and improving on the tools you have given us. I have a much better understanding of myself as an athlete as well as my emotions. The lessons went beyond my expectations!Marcus Kennedy
The course has been very insightful for me as a competitor and as a person (in relationships either with my spouse or fellow teammates or competitors). Forcing me to become aware of my emotions and how to deal with them in a real and positive way has been the most rewarding.Gord Dewar, Curling
Lisa, I can honestly say that this course has taught me a lot about myself as a player. It has opened my eyes to a lot of things I do when I play, after games, before games. The whole blame and suppression and just mental control are things that I knew I was doing but not to the extent that you helped me to see.Chantal Corbett, Basketball
This course is changing me. It is changing everything about my life. I have learned how human beings work… not just in sport but in life in general. I have taught my family about the things you teach me. They are mesmerized by what I read them. To understand human emotion changes the way I think and look at myself, and others around me. I am growing.Leah Hepner, Figure Skating
Mental toughness training for sport was a great course!I really like the way Lisa explained all the concepts–they are easy to read and understand.I loved the examples from other athletes. Many were the same as mine, and I liked knowing my answers weren’t weird. This course has helped me gain a lot of confidence in every day life and in my sport. I wouldn’t change anything about this course.
Marliese Miller, Curling
…So much time is spent on the technical aspects of golf…perfecting the grip, the stance, the swing. Lisa’s approach is entirely unique—one that uses your best instincts to improve your game. Since buying her book, I find myself naturally applying her techniques with no extra effort—and getting the results I want!…Maureen Mallmes, Golf
Lisa Brown has worked closely with me and my teams and I can honestly say that the work she does Is very different from other performance consultants. That’s because Lisa has the athletes look Inside themselves rather than outside themselves to solve their performance problems. She has them confront their Inner barriers and access their self-confidence. In my experience, most performance enhancement work Is really a compilation of nice words on a piece of paper from an Intellectual perspective. I’m a better coach today because I know how to look beyond the x’s and o’s of the game and can relate to my athletes better.Shawnee Harlee, Head Coach, University of Calgary Women’s Basketball Team
Working on my mental toughness with Lisa, I discovered some underlying thinking patterns that were keeping me from getting the results I deserved in competition. With Lisa, I got in touch with my desire, my motivation to win, and ‘the dream’. I was able to focus intensely in training and realized how much I love my sport. Lisa really listened to me…because of her competitive background, she really understood what I was going through.Brooke Harris, former National Badminton Champion
The course has been very enlightening and gratifying. It has moved me further along the road to success and will help me for years to come. I have enjoyed the assignments and the feedback provided. I know that the work I have done with you over the past month or so was part of the reason for my success my most recent high performance camp!Keith Uthe, High Performance Basketball Official
…Golf was always frustrating for me because I spend too much time on the technical aspects of the game and over-analyzed my swing. You go me away from analyzing myself DURING my swing, and I never felt so enlightened on the golf course. You showed me the weaknesses in my mental game, allowing me to dramatically lower my score and enjoy golf at the same time. I am having a blast out there!…Shawnee Harle, Golf
I thoroughly enjoyed this course. The part that I appreciate the most is the feedback on my own specific assignments. I found that to be so valuable. I also really liked lesson #2 that offered a whole array of different techniques for getting “back on track”. The more tools I have in my arsenal, the better!Cori Bartel, Curling
The lessons were amazing. I have learned a lot about myself and how to deal with certain situations in a different manner. I’ve learned that being upset with yourself is a natural reaction and there are effective ways to deal with that. I can’t think of a single thing to change in this course. Thank you.Jennifer Vejprava, Curling
Lisa’s course was incredibly helpful. It’s odd because psychology is my favourite subject in school, but my mental game was seriously lacking. My favourite part would be doing the assignments, I find that they ensure that I’m taking in what is being taught and that I’m applying the lesson on the court.Michelle Stiphout, Basketball
Your book on putting changed my game. With your one tip (where you don’t look at the cup all the time but take a mental picture of the cup and focus on the ball instead) works great. I live and play in Victorville California–from the white tee box, the front 9 is 3236 yards. Yesterday on a par 36 I shot 41 with NOT three putts. My golfing partner (Terry) is amazed how much my putting has improved. Today I had 3 straight putts. I just want to say: thank you, thank you, thank you!Jim Manning, Golf