The PGA of Spain are offering places for registration to a seminar with sport psychologist and business expert, Dr Rick Jensen, on June 8-9.
Find out more information by reading below or visiting PGASpain.es | SEMINARIO DEL DR. RICK JENSEN.
TAKE YOUR GOLF INSTRUCTION TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Are you looking to . . .
- Develop World-Class Coaching Skills?
- Accelerate Your Students’ Learning and On-Course Performance? Gain Recognition as a Leading Golf Instructor?
- Differentiate Yourself from Less-Qualified Teachers?
- Make a Better Living & Live a Better Life?
If so, come meet with renowned sport psychologist and business expert, Dr. Rick Jensen, and you will learn what it takes to become world-class. Through the use of outdoor demonstrations, discussions, video demonstrations, and case studies of touring pros, Dr. Jensen will provide you with practical coaching strategies that are proven to work. You will learn to differentiate yourself from traditional quick-fix teachers by understanding how to facilitate the mastery of golf skills, design effective practices, and help players take their game from the range to the course.
Additionally, you will learn the specific programs and business models used by instructors who consistently earn more than six-figures annually. Spend time with Dr. Jensen in the classroom, on the practice range, and on the putting green as he shares with you the coaching strategies used by the world’s top golf instructors. The two-day program, scheduled for April 20-21, 2015, will focus on the following three coaching topics:
TOPIC #1: SHIFT FROM TRADITIONAL TEACHING TO MODERN GOLF COACHING
Around the world, teachers and golfers realize that traditional golf instruction is ineffective. Players hit the ball better during a lesson, yet the skill doesn’t transfer to the golf course when it counts. Dr. Jensen will explain “why” and provide you with advanced coaching tools and strategies that will take your golf instruction to the next level. You will learn:
- The four steps to mastering golf
- Research-based coaching strategies that accelerate skill acquisition
- Understand why players choke under pressure and what you can do about it
- Strategies to help players transfer their skills from the practice range to the golf course
TOPIC #2: PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE
The research is clear – what separates the best golfers in the world from the rest is the quality and quantity of their practice. Dr. Jensen will teach you everything you need to know about designing and supervising player’s practice programs. You will learn how to:
- Create effective practice programs and training schedules
- Utilize video, training aids and effective feedback to accelerate swing changes
- Provide and get paid well for group supervised practice sessions
TOPIC #3: THE BUSINESS OF COACHING GOLF
Unfortunately for most golf instructors, they work long hours and make too little money. Dr. Jensen will share the business strategies used by golf instructors who earn over six-figure incomes annually. You will learn business techniques that will help you:
- Work less hours while doubling your income
- Promote and differentiate yourself as a modern golf coach
- Start running your business so it doesn’t run you
Rick Jensen, Ph.D., is the founder of Dr. Rick Jensen’s Performance Center and a nationally recognized performance consultant and sport psychologist. Dr. Jensen is the author of Easier Said Than Done: The Undeniable, Tour-Tested Truths You Must Know (and Apply) to Finally Play to Your Potential on the Golf Course. In golf, his clients include more than 50 touring pros on the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tours. Dr. Jensen’s clients have won a total of 199 tour victories. Fourteen of his clients have won at least one major championship and have combined to win a total of 33 majors.
Dr. Jensen is a performance consultant to the PGA of America, the LPGA, the Canadian PGA, ESPN Golf, the Women’s Tennis Association, and the United States Olympic Training Center. He has been featured on ABC, ESPN, CNN, and the Golf Channel, and he is also a contributing writer for GOLF Magazine.