MANAGE YOUR MENTAL GAME


Full Golfer’s Mental Game Indicator

The GMGI creates a profile of your mental game. It provides the information needed to fully understand, discuss and improve upon 7 crucial psychological aspects of your game.

Use the GMGI® profile and your 28-page Player’s Feedback Document as tools to:

  • Analyze your mental game
  • Discuss your scores with your coach or instructor
  • Design a mental game improvement strategy
  • Continually improve the mental functions of your game

The GMGI® Player Feedback Document provides mental game improvement techniques such as:

  • Achievement Drive Amplification
  • Focus Drift Correction
  • Task Relevant Cue Identification
  • Limiting Beliefs Identification
  • Overcoming Negative Self-Talk
  • Imagery-Based Relaxation
  • Formulating Relaxing Verbal Cues
  • Plus many more

Price: $150

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Step 1: Submit your payment information and you will be re-directed to the full 30 question survey. The survey will take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Step 2: Submit the survey and allow 2-3 business days to receive your personalized assessment of your mental game. If you have any questions contact the AGA at (602)-944-3035.


“Golf is a game of emotion and adjustment. If you’re not aware of what’s happening to your mind and your body when you’re playing, you’ll never be able to be the very best you can be. ”


Jack Nicklaus -18-time major winner

30 Second Survey

Click the link below take a 30 Second Survey on seven aspects of your mental game. Then, use the analysis below to rate yourself on how satisfied you are with these aspects.

30 Second Survey

RankParent

42-49
No major changes likely to your mental game as it exists today. Your score indicates satisfaction with your mental game as is, however a bit of tweaking may serve you well.

15-41
Your satisfaction is low in two or more mental game skills. Your mental game may be interfering with your effort to 1) reduce your handicap, 2) perform better in competitive events and 3) relax and enjoy your game.

1-14
Your rating indicates you are not presently satisfied with nearly all aspects of your mental game. Given the impact of your mental game on your performance and satisfaction, devoting time and effort to your mental game is likely to bring many rewards.