The Mental Game is FAR more important than you think it is…

But Have You Ever Been Properly Taught How to Improve It Through Practice?

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Does this sound familiar?

You’ve bought the best clubs you can afford: a putter with laser sights, a driver with a head the size of a grapefruit and irons with a sweet-spot so large it has its own zip code.

Then each Christmas you have to extend the house to accommodate your ever-growing library of instructional videos and books. Perhaps you’ve got your own parking bay at the driving range.

But despite all this money and effort, your handicap won’t budge. Frustrating, isn’t it?

The equipment manufacturers would have you believe that perfection is only a new set of irons or a fancy driver away. In fact, all the new golfing technology hasn’t helped us much at all: the average handicap in the US has hovered around the 15/16 mark for the past 30 years.

It’s time to think differently about your game. Literally.

You already possess the most effective tool for improving your game beyond what you ever thought possible. It is also, in coaching terms, the most neglected.

That’s because the most important item of golf equipment is the one between your ears. Your mental attitude is the most fundamental part of your game. Every other aspect, from your swing to your decision-making, starts with your mental approach.

It’s obvious when you think about it.

Imagine you are addressing the ball on the edge of the fairway, 30 yards from the green. On the practice green, these are a cinch – but this isn’t the practice green. You need to hole out in two to save the match. Your last shot onto the green was a disaster. You really don’t want to think about the bunker to your left… so of course it’s all you think about.

You get the picture. Now imagine addressing that ball with laser-like attention, freed from nerves, niggles and anxieties. Imagine playing on the course the way you do on the driving range. Imagine playing each shot with total confidence.

It’s not a fantasy. It’s the Golf State of Mind. Using our drills and techniques you will train yourself to prepare for and play each shot on its own terms. The shots you’ve played previously, or your score, or your opponent, will cease to matter. Because once you start to concentrate on the process rather than the result – to focus only on the shot itself – your game as a whole will start to fall into place.

For the price of a couple of drinks at the clubhouse bar you can gift yourself the most effective set of tools for improving every aspect of your game – and that is guaranteed. If you are not 100% happy, we’ll refund your money with no questions asked.

What’s in the book?

The Golf State of Mind e-book is the culmination of thousands of hours spent working with top players and interviews with golf’s leading coaches. It contains 50 pages of tips, drills and lessons based on extensive research and analysis that will set you on the path to continuous improvement and lower scores from the moment you start reading.

By learning the right mental habits and routines you will take control of your thoughts, manage your emotions and take full advantage of your natural skills to play better golf. Once you have developed the Golf State of Mind, you will unlock your true potential and lower your scores – and you’ll have more fun on the course, too.

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In This Book You Will Learn

* The 20 most Important Mental Game Fundamentals (based on interviews with players from novice to tour pro) and How to Practice them. These include:
* How to Use Nerves to Your advantage
* Developing a Killer Pre-shot Routine
* Increase confidence with Every Shot
* How to accept bad shots and quickly forget them
* The perfect pre-round warm-up
* What to do to relax in between shots
* A strong course strategy
* A post round analysis and what to practice

* Over 25 Mental Game Practice Drills for the Driving Range, Short Game and Putting to sharpen your skills and make practice more fun
* An hour long audio session to listen to on the way to the course and during your practice

What are they saying about the Golf State of Mind?

“The mental game is without a doubt the area that golfers will most benefit from improving. The Golf State of Mind Practice Drills are a great way to learn it.”
– Adam Gee, European PGA Tour player and fmr World Amateur No.1

“David Mackenzie has a subtle yet genius approach toward the mental game. I got the chance to work with him and his knowledge of the mental game really helped to change my thought process on the golf course. After working with him, I felt more confident and I look forward to working with him in the future!”
– Aubrey McCormick, Big Break Atlantis 2012 Competitor

“David’s eBook highlights the difference that makes a difference. When you practice these fundamentals you not only remove self imposed interference, but it returns you to your natural brilliance. Simple and deceptively brilliant.”
– Peter Taylor, Golf Mind Coach, English Golf Union

“The more I listen to the Golf State of Mind the more focused I feel on the course. The eBook is filled with easy to follow instructions on how to help your mental game. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to achieve their maximum potential on the golf course.”
– Chris J Smith, Yorkshire, British Boys Champion

Golf State Of Mind heavily concentrates on helping the player stay in the moment, and helps the player overcome the ghosts of shots past and shots future. To date, I’ve read the eBook three times all the way from beginning to end. I have much work to do on my mental game, and much more time to spend working on refining it. Golf State Of Mind will be in my iPod, in my computer and in my car to help me get my game on the right mental path.”
– Tony Korologos, The Golf Space & Hooked On Golf Blog

“MacKenzie’s Golf State of Mind will certainly help you learn the finer points of controlling your mental state and should help your scores. It’s another tool we can use to master those five and a half inches between our ears.”
– Jeff Skinner, LinksLifeGolf.com

“Played today with a consistent routine for the first time in my entire life (thanks to you). I just won my Club’s 40th Marathon–a one-day, 72-hole slog through the pouring rain this year–and I attribute my success to the mental discipline your eBook has helped me to develop (77!!!!). Thanks!”
– James Long Hale, Author of Golf Sonnets

“After listening to and relistening to the Golf State of mind on my MP3 player I have a diffrent clarity about how I prepare for rounds and how i practice certain drills and the focus that I attain now.
I have had an exceptional year of golf results with a Club championship win, two other trophys and my handicap reducing by 1.2 so whatever is in your state of mind program, with my experience it is working. Thanks again and look forward to more of the good stuff.”

– Craig Morrison, 1 handicap, Edzell Scotland.

“The simplicity of the techniques used means golfers of any level will benefit from the Golf State of Mind. Whether you are a club player or touring professional, I would recommend these audio sessions to greatly improve your mental approach to the game.”
– Karen Quinn, ALPG Professional, Ladies European Tour caddy

“The Golf State of Mind eBook will give you a new dimension to make your time spent trying to improve much simpler and more effective. As psychologist, I can say with certainty that learning these techniques will enable you to perform better on the golf course.”
– Dr. Matt Andrews, Psychology phd, Surrey University. Former British Universities player

“At last. An approach to golf teaching that is simple, non-technical and emphasizes what is most important to improve – The Mental Game. Golf State of Mind is a well structured way to learn the optimal mind set for golf.”
– Richard Hanna, PGA Professional

“There is no doubt at all that by reading this eBook my whole game has turned around – all I think about now is where the ball is going to, forgetting all about the physical game, and its so easy! Many thanks David.”
– Hilary Thornhill, Merrist Wood Golf Club.

“There is so much benefit to be had from learning a better mental game whatever your handicap. I have recommended the Golf State of Mind to my students and it is helping them simplify the game and think more positively.”
– Ben Sargent, PGA Professional, The Wisley Golf Club.

“Golf State of Mind really made me start to think about the game in a different way. I now make my practice sessions more about visualization and feel and it has helped me in pressure situations.”
– Martin Woodbridge, British National Assistants Finalist.

“Thought I would let you know that I played a quick 9 this morning on my home course and shot a 4 under par “32” with 4 birdies and no bogies. The part about feeling the shot, visualization and just enjoying the round helped me “go to the next level”. Just the tone of the voice in it sets you up for a relaxed focused round. Last year at this time I was shooting in the low 80’s and upper 70’s most of the time. Although I have been playing for many years, this year has by far been my best with 2 sub par 70’s just in the last month. I will be 57 next month and feel like my best golf is yet to come.”
– Dave Davison, Lawrence, KS, USA.

“Golfers are always searching for an extra edge. A swing thougt or key word or code. Golfers buy into the Marketing Man’s Dream of extra yardage, spin, feel, fade or draw. We buy putter and drivers, change balls and wear lucky charms. But how many ever realize the secret is there for the taking – the key to good golf lies not in the elusive search for clubs, balls and charms, but in one fundamental used by every Professional Golfer. Without exception. The Pre -shot routine. Listen to the words. Burn them on your hard drive. Leave the Marketing Man’s Dream to others. This is the secret which leads to the promised land. Better golf, solid strikes and lower scores. It just takes practice and application and those words become your fifteenth club in the bag.”
– Sara Woodward, The Golf Police

“For me the mental game is the most over-looked aspect of golf teaching. This audio session is a great insight into why golfers under-perform and the disciplined shot routine reminds us of what a visual and feel based game this really is.”
– Christopher Ellis, Pyrford Golf Club, Surrey, UK.

“As a result of listening to the Golf State of Mind Audio Teaching, I’ve noticed a huge difference in my short game. The visualization and feel exercises have made me more creative around the greens and I am seeing the results in my scores. My driving range and practice sessions generally make me feel like I’m progressing. Thanks David!”
– James Hardy, 14 Handicap, Sydney, Australia

“Thanks, David, for your indispensable guide to the mental game. Before your help, apprehension was my dominant emotion when addressing the ball. If I’m truthful with myself, I never knew where it was going to go. Your CD has given me the ability not only to visualise each shot as I want to play it, but also to hit it there.”
– Jonny Goodman, 22 Handicap, London, UK

“What has struck me about the Golf State of Mind teaching is how simple it has made the game for me. I’ve started to think less about my technique and more about what I want the ball to do. My visualization of good shots is improving and I feel I am growing in confidence which is being reflected in my scores.”
– Simon Brandon, 18 Handicap, London, UK

“This is probably the best golf lesson I’ve taken. I feel that every time I practice and play, I’m getting better.”
– Felix Von Knorring, IEC Sports, Geneva, Switzerland.

“Dear David, since I recieved The Golf State of Mind, of my last 10 rounds 83 was my highest. Half were in the seventies with 76 the lowest. Thanks Allen”
– Allen Peltier, Abbeville, LA

“Yesterday I purchased the GSOM and read it already 2 times. It fits perfect in my effort of improving my golf game on both fundamentals. Thanks! Will keep you updated on progress and enjoymentof my golf game.”
– Guenther Petrovitz, Vienna, Austria

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About David MacKenzie: mental game coachDavid MacKenzie is a mental game golf coach and lives in Washington DC. He currently coaches golfers of all levels on how to improve and maintain confidence on the golf course and enjoy the game, irrespective of score. David has devised a unique, yet simple, way to learn golf that does not involve any technical game learning. He teaches drills to improve powers of visualization and feel, how to switch on and off on the golf course and maximize a player’s potential.