Aug 22nd, 2016
Paul McKenna launches golf success App
'I can make you play great golf' ?
Words: John Dean
Paul McKenna, the world’s leading self-improvement author and sports mind coach, has created a system based on how the greatest golfers play which is available to download on Android and iPhone, priced at £4.99.
And according to Sir Nick Faldo: “To play your best you need a clear picture of what you want and a positive plan of action. Paul’s App will guide you to achieving this!”
The App is designed to psychologically reboot your Golf game by altering your thoughts, habits and patterns related to every aspect of the game. Over seven game-changing days, Paul serves as an interactive virtual hypnotherapist, guide and mentor, with daily customized coaching to serve your needs.
Paul also studied the techniques and mind-set of other great golfers such as Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods.
Using proven visualisation techniques and hypnosis – Paul McKenna will put you in the zone of peak performance.
The App consists of key focus points:
1. Getting in the Zone
2. Teeing Off
3. The Perfect Shot
4. Precision Putting
5. Overcoming Obstacles
6. Learn from the Champions
7. Play your Best Round and Win the Tournament
These are covered in a personalised ‘7 Day Plan’ that consist of daily video and audio instruction.
Each day the user is prompted to move through the plan and key learning points are highlighted and reinforced.
There is also a ‘Plan Your Next Round’ method where the user selects a key focus point based on the course that they are going to play and then has three days of techniques to reinforce their game plan.
Also there is an ‘Immediate Help’ function where the user can access a specific focus point on demand to help them overcome an issue or quickly get in the zone.
Included is a success tracker where the user keeps a track of their scores over time and shows a history of focus points and courses played.
We know that he has written books on ‘I can make you smarter’, ‘I can make your rich’ and ‘I can make you thin’, but has he bitten off more than he can chew by going down the ‘I can make you good at golf’’ route? We will have to give it a try.