PGA Pros Find New Supplement Improves Golf Game

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New training aid improves golf swing through better muscle memory.

Golf legend Bobby Jones once said, “Golf is played on a five and a half inch course, the space between your ears.” But what Bobby knew way back then is that your physical skills alone can’t make you a better golfer. In fact, most golf professionals train very hard everyday to harness the proper mental skills.

Most golf pros talk about the mental game being more important than your physical game because the mind/body connection is so critical in the game of golf.

In fact, most golf professionals train just as hard mentally as they do physically. But they report that it takes extreme focus, concentration and dedication if you really want to improve your golf game and lower your score.

It is on this premise that dietary supplement company, Mind Sports Nutrition has forged forward and developed a revolutionary training aid that actually increases the mind/muscle connection better known as “muscle memory.” It has been tested for over a year and the results show the product actually works.

The all natural dietary supplement called Mind Drive contains nutrients, herbs and amino acids that scientists have determined contributes to calm mental focus, clarity, concentration and improved muscle memory.

Dr Taras Kochno of Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation in Bradenton, Florida tested Mind Drive to see if it actually worked and he said “The product performed amazingly well during testing, and the results were outstanding. The nutrients in Mind Drive actually increase neuro-communication in the body and create a clearer picture in the brain. This benefit of mental clarity from Mind Drive can help you to remember movements, and increase consistency of the golf swing.”

The product has gone through rigorous testing over the past year and numerous pro golfers on the PGA Tour are now using it. They claim it is giving them an advantage like they have never felt before.

PGA Tour Pro Ryan Palmer said “It’s tough out here playing with these guys every weekend and if I lose focus for just a couple of holes it can cost me a golf tournament or missing the cut and I think Mind Drive can help me avoid that.”

Mind Drive believer and PGA Tour Pro D.A. Points has been using the product and has seen the benefit in his golf game as well. “Having something that helps the mental and the physical side of your game is going to make you a better and much more consistent player and that’s what I noticed about Mind Drive.”

While Mind Drive has helped golfers immensely, company CEO Dan Maiullo says they have tested it on professionals in other sports and the results have been outstanding, “We’ve tested Mind Drive on pro football players, bowlers, baseball pitchers, tennis players, college swimmers and even just people taking yoga and the feedback we received is that they feel calmer and more focused. Their ability to visualize and concentrate has increased the accuracy of their movements and the clarity helps them produce better muscle memory.”

PGA Golf Instructor Matt Killen may have said it best: "Mind Drive really turned out to be an amazing product that I now recommend to all my students specifically because it helps them learn faster. I've noticed when they take Mind Drive that they come back the next day with the new movement I just trained still intact. Taking Mind Drive helps them retain learned movements longer so that the proper muscle memory could be ingrained. I recommend Mind Drive to anyone who is looking to increase calm focus and concentration to lower their score."

Golf Amateur Harold Lindamood of Green Valley, Arizona said the Mind Drive took five strokes off his game in just two weeks “I was shooting 88’s and 85’s and now I’m consistently shooting 82 or 83. I changed nothing except taking Mind Drive, and while I was skeptical in the beginning, I am now a believer.”

The innovative product has just been released on the internet last week and the company reports a major marketing effort on the Golf Channel in July.

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