The Mental Game of Golf
I have a few simple questions for you.
Are you frustrated with scores?
Do you practice a lot but feel like you’re getting worse?
Is your mind cluttered with swing tips?
Have you lost all self belief in yourself on the course?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you’re in the right place. Being here and reading the articles requires an open mind though.
All of the principles and topics discussed here are being used by the worlds best golfers on a daily basis. But for some reason they’re not openly discussed in golf magazines or on other websites.
Let me explain the Peerless Golf approach and why you should never pick up another golf magazine again.
There’s more to golf than the swing
Peerless Golf exists for the golfer looking to become a better golfer. Ok, so that’s basically every golfer who’s played this humbling game.
But Peerless Golf is not your typical golf instruction source and Peerless Golfers are not your typical golfers. Almost all golf instruction websites and magazines provide tips on the swing. No doubt the swing is an important component to becoming a better golfer. But with so many theories on the swing, you get nothing but conflicting advice.
From this conflicting advice come endless swing thoughts. Having too many swing thoughts is no way to become a better player.
When it’s all said and done you’re left with no self belief that you can become a better golfer. You seek out the quick fix and dabble with training aids and new clubs. Doing whatever you can to “buy a game”.
Look where this has gotten you?
Would you agree that it’s time to try a different approach?
Great! It’s time to focus on the mental game of golf.
Peerless Golf is where you’ll learn:
- How to develop more awareness in your swing
- How to rebuild your self belief
- How to develop the mindset of tour professional
- How to practice and play with a purpose
- How to play a course based on your abilities
The time is now to become a Peerless Golfer. Join the other Peerless Golfers and subscribe to my FREE email updates from one of the best golf blogs.
About Jordan J. Caron
Like most young boys I copied my dad. When he want to play golf I would follow him around and look for balls. I was six at the time and had to wait a couple of years to join the club.
When that day finally came, I feel in love with the game instantly. I’m pretty sure I played every day that first summer.
This worked out well because I started to get pretty good. At the age of 12 I was shooting in the high 70′s. Four years later I was playing alongside future PGA Tour winners Kevin Na, and Camillo Villegas at the World Juniors in San Diego.
I was able to achieve this despite only taking two lessons. Yep. Two lessons.
I learnt a lot on my own and I wanted to help others learn the way I did.
In early 2010 I was offered the position of Vice President at Jenahura Golf Holidays. That same year I received Class A status from the PGA of Canada. Things weren’t what I expected as I missed coaching golfers.
That leaves us to present day. I don’t teach at a club anymore and I gave up my PGA of Canada status due to hefty association fees.
But that means I can concentrate my efforts to online golf coaching and this website. No one is discussing the different approach to playing golf I talked about above in the online world.
View my credentials below. They’re to show you I am legit both as a player and teacher/coach. Not many of the other online instruction bloggers/writers can rival me when it comes to playing and coaching experience.
After all, shouldn’t you being accepting advice from someone who been a coach and player?
1998 British Columbia High School Individual Champion
1999 World Junior at San Diego T-40th finish Field included Kevin Na and Camillo Villegas.
2001 RCGA Western Future Links Champion
Teaching & Professional
Just writing to say that I enjoy your material very much. I just started following you but I have always believed that awareness is the missing ingredient in many of our golf games.”
- Paul Staley – Why We Golf
“Great advice, Jordan; strategy is something too many keen amateurs ignore. And it’s a crying shame they do – because there’s a lot of strokes can be saved by playing smart.”
Allan MacDonald – Dr Golf Geek
“I really like this concept Jordan. More than anything, it will relieve a lot of the pressure we as amateurs put ourselves.”
Dexter Francois – Golf Tips & Quips