THE CLUTCH GOLFER FORMULA
We love clutch moments: the drama, the anticipation, the thrill of seeing athletes come up big in the face of extraordinary challenge. Golf Digest’s Jaime Diaz even calls clutch “the most admired attribute in sports.” Who wouldn’t want to be the hero who delivers when it’s all on the line?
But will you be ready when its your shot?
Two years in the writing, the book identifies the key skills used by top players to succeed under pressure: focus, intention, and trust. The book reveals how these key skills can be developed through deliberate practice, and then systematically deployed in a structured routine. Follow the four steps of the Clutch Formula to:
LOCK into the target, shot, and swing
LOAD the feel and set-up
FIRE with confidence, belief and freedom
HOLD to review, reinforce or adjust
The book a collaboration between legendary sport psychologist Dr. Glen Albaugh and Eric Jones, one of the PGA’s top teaching professionals. Dr. Albaugh and his contemporaries like Bob Rotella, Ken Ravizza, Bruce Olgivey, are the founding fathers of Applied Sport Psychology. Nearly every player on Tour today has a mental skills coach on their support team with roots tracing back to Dr. Glen.
Every chapter begins with a story by superstars from the PGA, LPGA, and Champions Tour, plus coaches and golf luminaries. The chapters are all summarized with practical Coach’s Advice you can put into action today. By the time you are done reading the book you’ll have have a clear idea of how to improve your playing skills, not just your swing skills.
The Clutch Formula takes the mystery out of knowing what you should think about, how to manage your emotions under pressure, and what it takes to release the club with confidence. Whether it is nailing a drive, sticking an approach, or draining a putt, making those pivotal shots under the gun is what fuels our passion, inspires legendary post-round stories, and creates our most memorable golf moments
This is what you’ve been missing to take your game to the next level. Break out of the snake-pit of endless swing changes, focus on your playing skills, and start playing the game you love the way you know you can.