Golfers Use Their Dreams To Lower Their Scores and Play in the Zone

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Attention Golf Lovers-Nervous On The First Tee? Tired Of Losing To Players You Should Beat? Sick Of Choking On Big Money Putts? Want To Win Your Club Championship? Golfer's use their dreams to lower their scores and play in the zone. Doctor develops a seven-step program to help golfers use their dreams to play to their fullest potential.

Now you can learn how to golf in the zone. And believe it or not, your dreams can show you how to do it.

Many golfers dream about winning The Masters, The US Open or their club championship. “These dreams, fantasies and daydreams can show golfers what they need to know, do and change to golf in the zone,” according to Dr. Jay P. Granat.

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., psychotherapist and founder of and has developed a simple, seven step program which teaches golfers how they can use their dreams to play and compete more effectively.

Granat who has been featured in Golf Digest, ESPN Magazine, The Golf Channel, and many other publications has helped thousands of golfers.

What Is The Zone?

"The zone is a state of mind which includes a sense of calmness, and a sense of relaxed concentration. Actions are effortless. There is no self-criticism. The athlete is playing in the moment, in the here and now. The is also an increased belief that your dreams can become realities.

Dreams give us insight into putting problems, tempo problems, confidence problems, focusing problems, anxiety and distractions. There are many sports psychology tools that we use to help golfers to avoid choking and to get in the zone when the pressure is on. Dreams teach us a great deal about our mental weaknesses and strengths.

Understanding one’s dreams can enlighten golfers about their psychological blocks and get them in touch with their athletic potential.”

Granat, who has also developed a twenty one day Stay In The Zone program, offers a free initial consultation and can be reached at 800 580-ZONE or at


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