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The IMGCA Certified Golf Psychology Certification Curriculum

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The IMGCA Certified Golf Psychology Coach Program is designed to give you both a broad overview and also a deep dive into this specialized area of golf.

This program covers every facet of golf psychology you will need to help your students overcome their mental obstacles and to help them grow and excel in golf learning and performance.

Once you graduate you will have a robust golf psychology knowledge base and a wide array of proven mental game tools and methods you can use to help your golf students. If you are taking this certification program primarily to improve your own mental game, you will discover a multitude of ways you can "get out of your own way" to play better golf.

This is what you will learn in this specialized golf psychology program:

ASSESS YOURSELF BEFORE YOUR ROUND

  • Stress Symptoms In Golf

  • Pre-Round Assessments

ASSESS YOURSELF AFTER YOUR ROUND

  • The Mental Game After Your Round: Assess Your Mental Mastery

  • Golf Performance Analysis Chart

LEARNING AND PRACTICING

  • Find Out How Well You Learn

  • Practice Does Not Make Perfect: Comparing Learning And Performance Mindsets

  • How Well Do You Practice? The Art And Science Of Improvement

MYTHS ABOUT THE MENTAL GAME OF GOLF

  • Self-Limiting Beliefs To Overcome

THE MENTAL GAME OF PUTTING

  • The Mental Factors In Putting

  • Mental Traps To Avoid In Putting

THE YIPS

  • What Causes The Yips?

  • How To Minimize And Stop The Yips

  • Case Studies

STRESS CONTROL

  • Stop Choking And Start Performing: Know Why Chokes Happen and How To Prevent Them

  • Centering

  • Stress Control

THE ZONE

  • Golfers Talk About The Zone: Nuances And Paradoxes Make It A Unique Experience

  • Zone Checklist

  • Seven Steps To Golf Zone Success

  • Golf Control Factors Exercise

  • How To Use The Control Factors In Sport Exercise

  • Use Your Mind The Right Way At The Right Time: The Learning Mind vs. The Performing Mind

  • Process Focus Versus Outcome Focus: Let The Little Things Take Care Of The Big Things

CONCENTRATION

  • How To Tell If You Are Not Concentrating

  • Ten Strategies For Better Concentration: Manage Your Mind to Lower Your Score

  • Golf Focus Technique Checklist

  • The Psychology Of Concentration In Golf

  • Mistake Management Strategies: Overcome Errors And Keep Going

MENTAL PREPARATION

  • Pre-Round Readiness

  • Routines And Rituals

  • 43 Pre-Shot Routine Mistakes Golfers Make: How Many Of These Errors Do You Make?

SPECIAL ISSUES IN GOLF PSYCHOLOGY

  • Traps Of The Lead, Going Low, And Maintaining Momentum

  • The Paradox Of Success In Golf: How Many Of These Issues Affect Your Golf Achievement And Performance?

  • How Well Do You Handle Golf Success? Discover Your Paradox Of Success Quotient

  • Dealing with Distracting People In Golf

  • The Entitlement Syndrome In Parents And Coaches

  • Coaching The Child Through The Parents

  • Coaching Sessions For Parents Only

  • When To Refer A Client To Mental Health Professionals

  • Tim Gallwey’s Inner Game Approach

  • Target Golf vs. Swing Golf

  • How To Create And Structure A Mental Game Of Golf Workshop

  • The Appreciative Inquiry Method



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