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SENIOR Tour professional
Terry Price has hailed it as a
breakthrough for golfers of all
standards, but just how far the Pro Golf
IQ program can take amateur golf is
The gap between amateur and
professional golf has always been seen
as huge, but as Price points out, that gap
can be reduced significantly by simply
training the amateur mind to think like a
professional out on the course.
Peter Nicholson is the creator of Pro
Golf IQ and has seen thousands of
customers worldwide reduce their
Using guided imagery brain-
training techniques, he believes the
methodology will change every golfer’s
game forever, regardless of their ability.
And he is so confident with the
‘brainwave’ that the program is backed
up with a money-back guarantee.
The five-week course, which requires
the golfer to listen to audio tracks that
teach the mind the same skills used
by the professionals, has seen golfers
boost focus and confidence resulting
in game improvement they previously
could only dream about.
“Research proves that the average
golfer uses only half the brain when
contemplating a shot,” Nicholson said.
“Unfortunately, this is the side that
is preoccupied with worrying about
hazards such as water, bunkers and
trees - the unwanted noise that clutters
the mind and hampers your game.”
“Professionals use both sides of the
brain when setting up, so they can use
the creative right side, which deals with
rhythm, balance, timing, co-ordination
“In doing so - they achieve perfect
By training your mind to be in the
Zone on every shot, hazards and other
dangers amateurs face on the course
suddenly become oblivious, according
“The worlds’ top Professionals are
perfect examples because of their
incredible mental strength under
pressure,” said Price.
“You see them make those clutch
putts and big shots all the time...why?
Because they are in complete control of
their mental state all the time.
“So it’s not rocket science when you
think about it, but what this program
does is give everyone an opportunity to
experience how pros play golf.
“The results speak for themselves,” he
Price admitted it was easy to be
skeptical of such a program, but after
using it himself he sees Pro Golf IQ as
the future for golfers looking to get that
mental edge over their mates.
“As we get older the demons set in from
bad experiences in the past, but this
program has helped me eliminate all the
negative thoughts I used to have.”
“At my golf schools on the Gold Coast
always encourage my students to take
a positive approach to the mental game
so Pro Golf IQ really is a must have
for anyone who wants to improve their
The audio program takes just five weeks
to complete, with golfers simply needing
to sit back and relax for around 30
minutes, three times per week all in the
comfort of their home.
Nicholson said future users of the
program won’t be disappointed.
“We regularly see customers report
drops of 4 and 5 shots in a short space
“Pros pay thousands of dollars every
year for sports psychologists to get
their mind ready for play, but this
program allows everyday amateurs an
affordable way to gain improvement
in their game they never thought was
possible,” he said.
“We’ve all hit perfect shots so the brain
and body knows what to do...by getting
the brain into optimum shape we
train the mind to replicate these great
shots time and time again providing
“Along with the supplementary sessions
Putting IQ, Driving IQ and Pitching IQ...
the complete suite of sessions delivers a
full range of mental coaching for players
of all levels.”
Price: This will blow your mind
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Powerful training program allows amateurs to think like pros on the course
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