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Golf Psychology Webinar Gives Great Education Opportunity

12.22am 19th October 2011 - Management Topics - This story was updated on Thursday, October 20th, 2011

Brian Hemmings

A 45-minute webinar entitled ‘The Golf Psychology Coaching Certificate: Information, Questions, and Answers’ will take place on Sunday 6th November (19.00hrs UK time).

A fully on-line course (www.golfpsychologycoaching.eu), it is packed with practical activities for the PGA professional to guide players through the specialist process of improving their mental game, and is endorsed by some of England’s finest experts.

One of the prime benefits of the webinar is that coaches can complete the course at home, or in their office, and thereby avoiding travel costs and absence from their normal duties.

All that coaches require is a player to work with, and the time to complete the course activities.  It takes, on average, 25 hours to complete. The course is part of the PGA of GB&I’s member education programme and is also a PGAs of Europe-approved education programme.

Dr. Brian Hemmings has been lead psychologist to England Golf for 15 years.  During this time he has helped develop the mental skills of the best emerging English golfers including the likes of Ross Fisher, Richard Finch, Danny Willett, David Horsey and Chris Wood.

He is author of the best-selling book Mental Toughness for Golf: The Minds of Winners.

Pre-registration is not required. Delegates will be able to log-in from 18.50hrs on the day by clicking the link below and following the instructions.

Golf Psychology Coaching Certificate

Requirements: A PC with speakers on/volume up and a recent version of Flash player installed.

 

       

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