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Golf Mind Guru to headline Thorpeness Festival of Golf

1.59pm 18th June 2015 - Travel

Karl Morris
Karl Morris

A golf mind coach, whose clients have included Major Champions and Ryder Cup Captains, is to deliver a mental game workshop at Suffolk’s leading festival of golf this Summer.

Karl Morris, who has helped Major Champions Darren Clarke, Graeme McDowell, Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel, will bring his Mind Factor workshop to the Thorpeness Festival of Golf this July.

Golfers taking part in the three day festival will benefit from Morris’ proven approach to the psychology of golf and learn practical ways to play better golf without changing their golf swings.

Karl Morris, said: “I’m looking forward to heading to Suffolk to help golfers simplify the way they think about golf and demonstrate proven and practical ways to play better golf without needing major surgery on their swing, changes in their equipment or physique.

My goal is that all those playing in the festival can immediately go to the course feeling clearer and more confident about their ability to play golf well.”

The evening workshop will take place on July 29th, the evening before the Thorpeness Cup, the main event of the festival, and will be free to festival entrants and golf break guests.

The workshop is called ‘5 Shots Lower WITHOUT Changing Your Swing,’ with Karl Morris and starts at 7.30pm in the Thorpeness Golf Club clubhouse.

It is the second golf festival to take place in the seaside holiday resort of Thorpeness and the only one of its kind in East Anglia.

Three days of competitions, coaching clinics and entertainment will take place at Thorpeness Golf Club and Hotel, with its 36-bedroom golf hotel, James Braid designed heathland course and 1920’s pavilion style Thorpeness Country Club.

A range of stay-and-play packages are available starting from only £199, with an added option for entrants to extend the stay and receive a free round of golf.

Golfers can also enter individual events in the festival on a daily basis, with entrance to any event including access to the Mind Factor Workshop.

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