Seth Kaplan, M.Ed, Director of Mental Conditioning for Elite Performance Coaching and Competitive Golf Advantage, will teach Sports Psychology at Duke University on November 9th, 10th in 2013 and February 22nd, 23rd in 2014.
I often say to my golfers, “You go for the reward, you get the reward!” However, too often competitive juniors, collegiate players, and pros do not trust in their shotmaking abilities, especially when they have opportunities to score.
CHARLOTTE, NC – The eGolf Professional Tour announced today that Seth Kaplan, M.Ed., the Director of Mental Conditioning at Raleigh, NC-based Competitive Golf Advantage, has been named as the official mental conditioning coach for the tour, effective immediately.
Golf history is abundantly filled with victories claimed as a result of another golfer’s failures.
Few can forget Rory McIlroy’s final round at the Masters two years ago. He began the day with a four-stroke lead, but starting with the 10th hole, made triple bogey-bogey-double bogey en route to an 80 as Charl Schwartzel slipped on the green jacket.