We’ve all heard a lot of tips and tricks about putting, but what actually makes a good putter good. Today we talk with leading biomechanist Dr Rob Neal as he shares his research and experience working with the best players and putting coaches in the world.
College Golf Camps is on a mission to improve junior golf. What if you could predict future performance? What if you could identify areas for improvement? What if you could measure the “it” factor?
Every junior golfer sends college coaches their resumes filled with relatable data about their golf games. Swing profile, tournament profile, stats, test scores, videos, etc. Almost never do you see junior golfers measuring their mental game or their competitiveness. What if you could provide your swing coach or college coaches your mental framework. In terms of, how do you best respond to direction? College Golf Camps research team has found a way to help identify your mental holes and more importantly how to fill them.
How would you respond to the following comments:
“I am more concerned about details and take more time to polish and perfect my skills than most people I know.”
“I am more capable of staying focused on the game in pressure situations than most people I know.”
“Other people in my life have to accept the fact that my education, my sport, or my career comes first.”
“Others would describe me as a person who performs extremely well under pressure.”
“I compete with myself physically.”
You need to take this test. It will blow your mind. Your development will soar to new heights. More importantly, your trajectory for improvement will increase dramatically.
Would you like to take this test?
Dr. Nick Molinaro, a College Golf Camp associate uses this test to improve player performance.
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Athlete’s Mental Edge (AME) Fact Sheet
WHAT is AME?
AME is an innovative Web-based program designed to provide athletes with detailed mental toughness assessment and training strategies to help them perform better in competitive, pressure-filled situations. Critical performance factors include focus, confidence, discipline, and leadership. AME is based on the internationally respected and widely used TAIS (The Attentional and Interpersonal Style) test, which was developed by Dr. Robert Nideffer in 1976. Every athlete, from the high profile professional to the weekend warrior, can now Perform Under PressureÔ by participating in the program and comparing their results with top athletes in various sports.
WHO can use AME?
Any recreational, amateur or professional athlete interested in performing at their fullest potential.
Coaches at any level interested in getting maximum effort out of their players.
Parents who want to help their sons or daughters to focus on success.
HOW does AME work?
Participants answer an easy-to-understand on-line inventory that measures attentional strengths and weaknesses, decision-making style and interpersonal preference. Based on TAIS technology, AME provides a direct link between concentration, personality characteristics and performance. AME provides a detailed diagnosis of the individual athlete and provides vital feedback that teaches users how to better concentrate and focus their minds in pressure-filled sports scenarios. Aside from on-line instruction, users can take advantage of a team of leading sport psychology professionals that offer personalized face-to-face evaluation and assistance for athletes and teams.
WHERE does AME draw its information from?
Winning Mind has collected over 25 years of TAIS data from comparison groups including Olympians, professional athletes, coaches, high-level amateur athletes, military leaders, business executives and sales managers. AME comparison groups include MLB 1st Round Draft Picks, NBA players, coaches, NCAA football players, elite and amateur golfers, Olympic basketball, hockey, skiing, cycling and volleyball athletes and tennis pros.