(PRWEB) June 24, 2004
On the wake of Tiger Woods' disaster at the US Open, a Florida Hypnotist, Dr. Harlan Kilstein, challenged the slumping golfer to return to his roots.
"At the US Open, Tiger's caddy had a better swing than he did," said Dr.Kilstein referring to an incident at the Open. A frustrated caddy kicked at a photographer taking pictures of Tiger.
Kilstein claims Tiger's slump stems from the fact that Tiger has abandoned the use of hypnosis to control the mind game. "What we see here is someone who has taken hypnosis for granted and was never taught a basic fact - hypnosis requires practice and reinforcement."
Formerly, Tiger used a post-hypnotic suggestion when addressing the ball. Recent video suggests the former champ has halted this practice - perhaps subconsciously.
Tiger was taught hypnosis by Dr. Jay Brunza who caddied for him at an early Masters. Kilstein noted, "Brunza never kicked away anyone's camera."
Kilstein is going to prove the power of hypnosis to increase the distance of a golf drive on a teleconference call on Wednesday, June 30. Kilstein guarantees that adding a 10 second addition to addressing the ball will add increased distance to a golfer's drives.
For further information, visit http://www.golfersmind.com/teleconference.html
Kilstein is one of the nation's leading hypno-coaches for golf and tennis.
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