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PGA Tour coach partners with ProGolfIQ
July 20, 2011

PGA Tour swing coach Mark Blackburn, one of Golf Digest's Top 40 'Teachers under 40' and a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher* and have teamed up to deliver golfers worldwide with the revolutionary mental training instruction product that has taken the international golfing industry by storm.

According to Blackburn, who has instructed several PGA Tour stars including Heath Slocum, Robert Karlsson, Boo Weekley and Nathan Green, the product has revolutionised the way students can learn to focus their game.

"ProGolfIQ's simplistic delivery of a skill set to focus and block out unwanted distractions is excellent. Removing interference is the first step to a more positive mindset and Pro Golf IQ helps you achieve that," he said

"I am confident in the product's ability to improve the performance of golfers of all levels."

Blackburn and have been brought together by Nick Biesecker, Managing Director at global sports talent agency Blue Giraffe Sports who has tested the product on several of the tour professionals currently on his company's books.

"We kept hearing about this new product and its ability to dramatically improve golfing handicaps, so we decided to investigate further," he said.

"And after getting some of our tour professionals to test the product, we realized that they were onto something special, something that golfers all over the world should experience as a first step to improving their game."

Launched in 2008 is a golf-training program which develops a golfer's psyche to the point where they can utilize the 'mind' to generate the skills a professional golfer employs in every game.

In just over two years, the program has established itself as the definitive tool for improving a golfer's game. Its ability to create a focused and calm demeanor on the course and the proven results it is achieving, is what attracted Mr. Blackburn's interest.

Research shows the average golfer only uses the left side of the brain when contemplating a shot. This is the side that is preoccupied with half-remembered tips, advice and repetitive drills - the unwanted 'noise' that clutters the mind and hampers good golf.

Professional golfers use both sides of the brain when setting up, successfully including the creative right side which deals with rhythm, balance, timing, coordination and imagery. And in doing so, they achieve perfect mental stability.

The secret to lies in its ability to teach golfers of any level this skill.

*(Denotes Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers Adjunct List)

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