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“Golf is 90% mental. Once you know how to hold the club, swing it, it’s all in the mind.” – Dan Jenkins

Welcome to what's in the bag your guide to better mental performance.

The time is NOW. Its competition day. Are you ready, and have you done enough? 

Its the night before a big competition; you have cleaned your clubs, everything is ready, clothes ironed, and you've had loads of practice rounds up until this point. You've had all the lessons, you've read all the books, and you can't think of anything else you could do to prepare more.  

You turn up at the golf course, and you go into the clubhouse its time to soak in the environmental space, and become grounded, ready to step onto the first tee. 

You're up for the challenge! But are you mentally prepared? Everything else is taken care of, but have you ever considered that tapping into the mental game will support you first.

We all go through different feelings and emotions. These change regularly leading up to a tournament, even more so during your playing round.

If we do not learn to take control of these emotions, we will carry with us the burden of these thoughts and feelings, equalling a dip in our overall performance.   

Preparation speaks volumes.

This is where what's in the can help you get prepared, We will look at what needs changing so you can adopt a systematic approach to the game.

What's bothering you most. Tell me I want to know. I want to learn about your struggles pit falls and how we can convert this into success.

How we deal with and manage the lows increases our opportunities to face and embrace the highs. 

What do you want?

Lower scores.

More Composure

Less Frustrations.

Start your true golfing potential with one phone call.

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Golfers living in abundance

I have now had a couple of sessions with John, he is very personable, a great listener and delivers his program in a professional manner. I  have really enjoyed the i3 has really resonated with my characteristics and raised my awareness of how I can be more productive and efficient.
I would highly recommend John and look forward to continue working with him.

James Scade Owner of SkylineFX & Pro Golfer

Having spent time with John, he’s a very different “mindset” coach to others I’ve met. His tone and ability to relax the situation came across very early and I’d trust him to help “fix” my golfing demons. I’ve no doubts the exercises and experiences will also help me in other parts of my life. I appreciate the time John, thank you.

Steven Logan FISM

I found the experience with John very enlightening and enjoyable! The more you put in, the more you get out ! Highly recommended the process and John is terrific!.

Arthur Jupp 14 Handicap

Had several coaching sessions with John and he has helped me in a number of areas for both my personal and business life would highly recommend to anyone looking to achieve there goals

Ian Ogle Golfing Nut

I have known John for almost 10-years, he supported Veterans at Ease as a NLP practitioner back then however he always aspired to help business owners and professional golfers. In recent years I am delighted to see he has manage to engage in both those sectors with an expanding portfolio of clients. John continues to push the boundaries in his personal development as well as those that engage with him. John is one of the most personable and engaging guys I have met

Kevin Maddison Consultant

I completed my i3 profile assessment session with John. wow, amazing results and the support and coaching offered is one of the most directional and useful I have had. I feel focused and ready to go!

Silvia Mather

John has a friendly, helpful manner and I found the profiling experience very valuable and informative. It will help me to be more effective in business and has given me a couple of things I need to think about from a personal development perspective.

John Moody 12 Handicap

I have been working with John since last year. Never heard about NLP before but after our sessions I feel much more confident.

Raphael Kling David


“Golf can be a relaxing stroll or a stressful competition, and a golfer’s performance level will change, often dramatically, during a single round. No matter how sophisticated their knowledge about the swing, if golfers don’t know how to work with their minds on the course, they are subject to mental obstacles such as performance anxiety, emotional reactions, and distractions.”  

Zen Golf: Mastering the Mental Game by Dr. Joe Parent


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