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Golf Tips: Nervous On The First Tee?

Golf Tips: Are You Nervous On The First Tee? Simple Hypnotic Technique Helps Golfers To Remain Relaxed On The First Hole   Lots of golfers report feeling anxious or nervous on the first tee. In many instances, they are concerned that they will embarrass themselves while their group looks on. Others are worried about the […]

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Golf Tips: Free Golf Lesson In New Jersey

Do You Dream Of A Single Digit Handicap?   -Nervous on the first tee? -Do you want to hit it straighter and further? -Are you a champ on the range but a chump on the course?         -Sick of slicing the ball? -Tired of choking on three foot putts? -Frustrated because you are losing to players […]

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Golf Tips: Lower Your Golf Score In 90 Minutes

How To Lower You Golf Score In 90 Minutes With Sports Psychology And Self-Hypnosis            On Thursday, June 8th, at 6:00 P.M. at the Cresskill Library, Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., Psychotherapist, Author and Founder of StayInTheZone.com and Jon Manos, PGA professional will show golfers how to master the mental and mechanical parts of  golf […]

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Golf Tips: Why You Should Never Choke Up On Your Golf Club

Want to hit your sand wedge thirty yards? Choke up on your club. Want to hit a low shot out of the woods? Choke down on your seven iron. While there are many instances in which golfers are taught to “choke down” or “choke up” on a golf club, this advice may be very dangerous […]

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