Beating the handicap – the PAR game
Duration: 8 weeks
Format: On site 1:1 or in a group of four (max.)
The program is for all the golfers, whether a beginner or seasoned, amateur or pro, and has mostly been at the receiving end of this extraordinary love affair. Remember the feeling of loss of control or frustration when you hook; fade; top, or slice the shot, or miss that all crucial putt due to overthinking or doubt in your mind. If you have thought many times of giving up this beautiful game but the call of the course keeps on attracting you to try one more time – come on board, and we will show you how to beat the game at its own game.
This unique program will help you understand that golf is not about finding that one perfect swing or overanalyzing different techniques or biomechanics instead of realizing that the way to win is already inside you. It will help you to make those inspired shots more often by understanding the importance of remain open. The program’s focus is on the psychological aspect while making you aware of the game and life. During the program, you will figure out your inner game and understand the gap between potential and performance. The sessions use golf’s analogy and help you calm down your inner noise to feel the bliss and calm, so essential to playing that perfect round.
The program reveals the secrets of the mind game, which will help you be in control on and off the golf course as you confidently move towards that elusive par game.
By the end of the eight-week program, you will surely bring your handicap down and find the essence of living. So, Sign up if you are an avid golfer and love life as much as the game, and be ready to surprise your partner in the next round.
Keep in mind “Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work.”
Note: This program is normally conducted on the course. The sessions can be 1-1 or in a group of 4 (max.) as desired.
There usually is limited availability due to high demand, so be sure to book in advance.
If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done.