"Thank you, Tim. I would have never been out here without your help."
Jim HermanPGA Tour, Winner of the 2016 Shell Houston Open
Thank you, Tim. I would have never been out here without your help.
Jim HermanPGA Tour, Winner 2016 Shell Houston Open
I have watched Tim’s group presentation and that was very informative and helpful. What really impresses me as I have watched Tim in action, however, is the way he works on the mind game with his students one-on-one. If you are looking to improve the mental and emotional parts of your game and take performance to the next level, this is the guy you want to see.
Warren BottkePGA Master Professional, President of the South Florida Section of the PGA
I have been using a lot Spirit of Golf techniques lately with many of my players who are ready to hear it. The ones who have embraced it are improving much faster and having more fun. One of the issues I believe we as teachers have is getting overly technical and too concerned with perfect mechanics. Mechanics are important but what you teach I believe is crucial to allowing the students to access the mechanics and their best stuff. I have found in my own game, too, as with many of my students, that when in the right mental/emotional state, learning can happen much more quickly. Keep doing what you are doing! It is really helpful to achieving not only peak performance, but having more fun!
Chris WalshGolfTEC Stonebrook Instructor, Middleburg Heights, OH
Tim has taken some of the latest and most advanced concepts in the new field of mind/body development and is making them available to golfers and others through Spirit of Golf. He offers a pioneering and leading-edge approach to peak athletic performance that will serve anyone extremely well. I believe that the information he shares will become the new standard for improvement in golf, and I encourage those who are interested in taking their programs or games to a higher level to attend one of his events.
Linda Vollstedt former Arizona State University Golf Coach, National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Hall of Fame
I have been following Tim and Spirit of Golf for some time now and have truly enjoyed and learned a whole bunch of great ideas that have helped me to play better. There is no substitute on Tour for a winning attitude and the belief that comes through the power of the mind. I believe that the real improvement in golf during the next several years will come from those who learn to harness their emotions and attitudes and imagine their success.
Chip BeckPGA and Champions Tours, who recorded the second 59 in PGA Tour history in 1991
Tim shares what I believe is an exceptionally powerful and innovative approach for anyone who wants to think or feel their way around the golf course with a better focused, less reactive mind. In fact, through Spirit of Golf Tim delivers some skills and techniques that are unlike anything I’ve heard or seen before. I have observed firsthand the incredible progress being made by many of our students who listen to and then apply the principles that are shared on the Spirit of Golf materials (informational CDs).
Nick Paezowner of 4 Ohio GolfTEC Centers, 2013 Golf Digest Top 40 Under 40, GolfTEC Teacher of the Year, NOPGA Teacher of the Year, Golf Digest Top 100 Fitter America
Tim is the first coach I have come across who has given me the practical skills I was missing to take my mental and emotional game to a really high level. Everyone out here talks a good game about better focus, not beating up on themselves, and one shot at a time; Tim actually teaches how this is done.
There’s nothing wrong with setting exceptionally high standards for ourselves and then working toward a goal. There is perhaps no better feeling than to set the bar very high and take the steps to achieve what we want. The problem is when we set the bar high and then contradict the energy of desire with disbelief. We then slow down – if not totally sabotage – the goal, simply because we are no longer performing at the frequency that matches success, but rather frustration, doubt, and disbelief.