This has been a year punctuated by surprise turns . . . It has proven that you can’t take your game for granted, no matter how skilled a golfer you may be
Manchester, United Kingdom (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
Ultimate Golf Advantage today announces an exclusive end-of-year interview with Lee Crombleholme, renowned coach of tour-winning pros, on lessons from this year’s best and worst performing players. More information can be found at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com.
As fourteen players are added to the Masters field this week, after ending the year in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR), Ultimate Golf Advantage representative Alex Davidson speaks to coach Lee Crombleholme on the lessons from this year that the world’s top players can take into 2014.
Lee Crombleholme has coached tour-winning pros including Matthew Baldwin and Branden Grace, the latter of whom was added to the Master’s field this week after finishing sixth at the Nelson Mandela Championship in South Africa on December 14. Mr. Crombleholme commented:
“This has been a year punctuated by surprise turns, from Rory McIlroy’s crumbling mental game on one end of the spectrum, to dark horse Henrik Stenson’s flawless tour-winning performance on the other.”
“This year has proven that you can’t take your game for granted, no matter how skilled you may be,” he continued. “Rising talent like Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose and Branden Grace understand this and, with the help of their mental coaches, practice confidence-building techniques off the course as much as they practice their game-play,” he added.
As players like Woods and McIllroy fight their way back to the top, they’ll be up against rising players like European Tour Golfer of the Year, Henrik Stenson, and 2013 Masters Winner, Adam Scott. Coach Lee Crombleholme explained that the biggest key to these resurgent players’ success in 2014 will be maintaining their confidence and clarity on the course.
“There is a big difference between confidence and entitlement,” said Mr. Crombleholme. “Success comes down to having a winning mindset and, fortunately, there are a lot of ways you can train your mind to improve your confidence – like using mental programming techniques to shut out distractions on the green, for example.”
Lee Crombleholme has taught such techniques to professional golfers, who have gone on to win European Tours and rank in this year’s OWGR’s top 50 golfers. Lee is now sharing his pro-level training in a series of videos, which include pre-shot routines and mental programming techniques to help harness on-course focus. Lee’s training videos are now available at the UGA Website: http://www.ultimategolfadvantage.com/wgm-free-video/.
Ultimate Golf Advantage representative Alex Davidson commented: “Lee’s training videos offer the same step-by-step training that he has typically reserved for his private clients, including tour-winning pros, and the advice is instantly applicable on the course.”
Mr. Crombleholme concluded the interview by saying: “This year has hammered home just how critical the mental game can be, but not just for pro-level golfers.” He continued: “It is my hope that these training videos help amateur golfers to get a mental head-start in the new year and to start playing to their true potential.”
Lee Crombleholme’s training is available for download at the Ultimate Golf Advantage Website: http://www.ultimategolfadvantage.com/wgm-free-video/.
About Lee Crombleholme:
Lee Crombleholme is a golf psychologist (Bsc (Hons) PGdip) and a neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) master practitioner. Recognized as the United Kingdom’s leading Golf Mind Coach, Lee has helped professional players including Branden Grace and Matthew Baldwin go on to achieve tour-winning success.
About Ultimate Golf Advantage:
Ultimate Golf Advantage was founded to cut through all the noise that exists in the golfing world these days. 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/.