Why do you think so many sports professionals use sports psychology?
Do you use it in your game?
I am already benefitting more than I thought. I didn’t realise how much it would help my golf. I knew it was in my head but didn’t really ever think about what to do.
- Mark Robson
An online learning experience.
Simple, easy to follow and effective.
Most people complete in 4 weeks.
Each step takes around 1-2 hours.
Once one step is completed, the next step is unlocked.
We have taken the best from the world of sports psychology and worked with top golfers to give you a distilled, practical and straight-forward learning experience - fast access to all the best bits.
Once you sign up, you will log in and begin your journey.
Each step includes engaging content, video presentations, case studies and exercises to help you learn, and create a personal toolkit to use in your game.
1. The starting blocks.
Assessment of where you are now and where you want to be.
2. Understand your mind.
Neuro Linguistic Programming.
3. Routines and quick fixes.
Start to develop your pre-shot routine using simple, yet incredibly effective techniques.
4. Getting in the zone.
Anchoring. Learn how to create any state using simple anchors.
5. Winning mindset.
Change your language and impact your beliefs and performance.
6. The power of your imagination.
Mental Rehearsal. This will improve your technique more than hours on the driving range will.
7. Your path to success.
Goal setting and paving your way to achieve your ultimate performance.
On top of this, we will keep you inspired by posting regular articles and videos full of ideas, news, interviews and updates that will help you to maintain your winning form.
Amazing. I’ve just won and it’s because of your course. Can’t believe the difference its made. I played at Monte Rei in Portugal which is a famously difficult course. I started Brilliant Golf a couple of weeks before going out there. The three guys I went away with kept saying that ‘you’re in the zone’. Any professional will tell you that to come off with 24 or 23 is good and I scored between 30/31 every day, constantly. My friends were anywhere between 18 and 24. They wanted to know how I was doing so well. I was just hitting everything right!
- Ian Kendrick