For over 20 years Richard Lally has been helping golfers of all standards improve their confidence.  

 

Qualified in NLP, a psychological technology of better thinking, Richard's passion as a professional coach is in witnessing his students improve as a result of better thinking habits.

 

See below which type of mind lesson will help your game most.

30 mins = £40 or 6 for 5  =   £200

45 mins = £50 or 6 for 5  =   £250
1 hour  =  £60 or 6 for 5  =   £300

 

Possibly the most important aspect of your golf is your routine.  It's one of the few things you are in control of and can rely on under pressure.

The corner stone of a good routine is your mental routine; the consistency of your thoughts and your concentration. Richard can teach you a routine as good as the best players in the world! 


Your Routine

30 mins = £40 or 6 for 5  =   £200

45 mins = £50 or 6 for 5  =   £250
1 hour  =  £60 or 6 for 5  =   £300

 

 

The good news is that you can increase your confidence through simple mental exercises.  Many people think that in order to feel good you must do something good first.  Thats not true and very boring!

You can practice feeling confident just in the same way you would practice hiting balls.  Crucial to work on this!

Confidence Training

30 mins = £40 or 6 for 5  =   £200

45 mins = £50 or 6 for 5  =   £250
1 hour  =  £60 or 6 for 5  =   £300

Pressure Putting

99.99% of golfers on the planet have or will struggle with short putts.

It's all about expectations.  

But just imagine how good you would feel if you looked forward to a short putt rather than dreading it?!  Anyone can learn this!  

"Its not about talent its about commitment."  RL

30 mins = £40 or 6 for 5  =   £200

45 mins = £50 or 6 for 5  =   £250
1 hour  =  £60 or 6 for 5  =   £300

Anger Management

If you're an angry golfer you're not just ruining your chances of playing well you're more than likely damaging your health.

Its no good people telling you to calm down.  That makes it worse!

Richard can teach you simple exercises to practice ahead of time that enable you to relax and 'see things through a different perspective'.