Ultimate Golf Advantage Today Release New Infographic Illustrating the Importance of Timing in Mastering the Mental Side of Golf

Founder of Ultimate Golf Advantage and author of “Think to Win: Mastering the Mental Side of Golf”, Alex Davidson, today publishes a new infographic to illustrate the significance of timing in the mental game of golf. The infographic, which also contains ready-to-apply tips for improving the mental game, is available now at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/infographic-why-your-mental-golf-game-matters/.

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Ultimate Golf Advantage Release New Infographic on the Mental Game of Golf

Of the average 270 minutes that it takes to complete an 18-hole round of golf, a mere three minutes of it is spent actually swinging the club...numbers like that [bring] home just how significant the mental game of golf is."

Manchester, United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 29, 2014

Founder of Ultimate Golf Advantage and author of “Think to Win: Mastering the Mental Side of Golf”, Alex Davidson, today publishes a new infographic to illustrate the significance of timing in the mental game of golf. The infographic, which also contains ready-to-apply tips for improving the mental game, is available now at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/infographic-why-your-mental-golf-game-matters/.

The mental game is an element of golf that professional and amateur players alike struggle to perfect. While it is easy to understand why professional golfers have mental coaches to prepare for high-pressure tournaments, practicing the mental game is equally as important for amateur golfers. Ultimate Golf Advantage founder, Alex Davidson, explained:

“What a lot of people don’t realise is that, of the average 270 minutes that it takes to complete an 18-hole round of golf, a mere three minutes of it is spent actually swinging the club.” He continued:

“When you hear numbers like that it brings home just how significant the mental game of golf is. After all, 99 percent of the total time that a golfer is on the course is spent in his own head - only one percent is actually technical.”

While the average amateur golfer may not have the same financial means as a PGA pro, fine-tuning the mental game doesn’t require having a dedicated coach on call. In fact, there are simple exercises that any serious golfer can use to improve their mental game almost immediately. The new infographic from Ultimate Golf Advantage includes three “quick-fire” mental game tips from professional golfers, each of which can be used for immediate results.

These tips are discussed further in Alex Davidson’s new book “Think to Win: Mastering the mental side of golf”, which offers practical advice and step-by-step practice routines for golfers struggling to lower their scores on the course. The new book, available now on Kindle, includes:

  • Quick-fire mental game tips from professional golfers
  • Simple steps for calming your mind on the course
  • Common mental mistakes and how to avoid them
  • Four key thoughts for getting around the course

More information about Mr. Davidson’s “Think to Win” book is available at http://www.ThinktoWinBook.com.

The infographic is available in full at the Ultimate Golf Advantage website, at: http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/infographic-why-your-mental-golf-game-matters/.

About Ultimate Golf Advantage:

Ultimate Golf Advantage was founded to cut through all the marketing and training noise that exists in the golfing industry.

The team behind Ultimate Golf Advantage is committed to offering genuine advice and insight to passionate golfers around the world who are serious about improving their game.

More information can be found at the Ultimate Golf Advantage website: http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/.