The Importance of Developing Your ESP Self-Coaching Technique Forum in Your Golf Game
Remember the famous quote from Bobby Jones, Sr.- Golf is a game that is played on a five-inch course – the distance between your ears.
Most high-performing athletes who perform flawlessly contribute their performance to what they call, being In the Zone. The Zone is an ESP– ExtraSensory Performance. The Zone can be a great self-coaching technique used by golfers, on and off the golf course. An athlete occasionally describes this high level of performance as being in a tunnel. The tunnel is actually the ability for the athlete to have a high degree of focus on one point.
This high degree of focus allows the athlete to cause their conscious mind to be subordinate to the subconscious mind, where 90 percent of the golfer’s capability is located. This is the same technique used in yoga and meditation techniques. These type of athletes develop an ESP Focus Factor, where everything else around the golfer becomes out of focus, like photographers use in portraits where just their subject is in clear focus.
We all have experienced, to some degree, the ESP Focus Factor before, but might not have been aware of it at the time to use it effectively in our golf game. If you have been driving a vehicle for a period of time, especially on the Interstate System or along a scenic highway, you have experienced this condition before in a short period of time. I will elaborate on how this ESP Focus Factor occurs in this article and how a golfer can develop it. This type of training is very useful for the golfer to develop in their golf game, especially between their ears.
While this ESP Focus Factor is unsafe for driving a vehicle down the highway, it works great for driving a golf ball down the fairway and onto the green.
To develop your ESP Self-Coaching Technique Forum in Your Golf Game, please select to download your E-Copy of this Online Golf Self-Coaching Training Procedure (STP). The advantage of the online Golf STP is it a training procedure that you will have in your electronic files for future reference and NOT a one-time lesson where the presented material will be forgotten later or once on the golf course.