“In golf as in life, the bigger the battle the sweeter the victory.”
At GGGA, the training is intense. We pay incredible attention to the details that matter, which is the foundation of the learn, prepare and perform model at GGGA and part of our unique player development approach. The focus is on training and preparing for the ultimate objective: achieving peak performance during competition.ary personally oversees all aspects of every student’s development from assessments, creating the student development plan and ensuring that a student is building confidence through consistency.
Golfers with a champion’s mindset have confidence, resilience, focus, and patience. They can envision success and imagine creative solutions when faced with tricky situations. A champion’s mind not only creates goals but spends time mapping realistic plans to achieve them. They work with a purpose and find ways to learn and enjoy every minute of the process. It takes concerted effort to achieve a champion’s mindset, on and off the course.
The mental aspect of training is often the most difficult to see because it’s not just about hitting the ball or building physical strength. Thinking like a champion is about staying positive through adversity, being creative with solutions and having the passion it takes to self motivate.
There is a psychological element to golf and the entire staff and coaching team at GGGA operates in ways that reinforce the champion mindset. At GGGA, all of our coaches are well versed in mental strategies that enhance performance. Whether being coached to visualize a successful putt during afternoon training or reviewing performance after a recent junior golf tournament, junior golfers are surrounded with opportunities to step up their own game.