Yes impossible to see the countless components that are involved in the above shot nor any shot some them are very important like the movements of the wrist and its components and movements in the mind.
Technical training -watching the body ,hand ,head movements to improve target hitting , the game, is futile.
these vital movements can only be felt by the player him self correctness is totally rest on where the ball landed. It is that simple.
Man has a tendency to complicate simple tasks -making mountain out of mole hills.
taking over training how to walk,how to smile etc will come one day.
Target hitting is a natural act that is present within us that came from our evolutionary ancestors where we survived throwing things at our predators. Lali.Elite.Golf
“MIND of A Champion Golfer”.
PGM TOUR is pleased to invite you to the upcoming PGM Academy Training entitled, “MIND of A Champion Golfer”.
This event will be taking place on 14th August 2013 (Wed) at the Kinrara Golf Club, Jalan Kinrara 6, Bandar Kinrara, 47100 Puchong, Selangor between .
This training is specially put together for PGM Tour professionals and talented golfers who would like to achieve greater heights in their golfing career. Attending golfers will be able to benefit from “Ian Triggs” a leading mental coach who had trained multiple LPGA and PGA champions.
Topics that will be covered during the training will include:
v " MY IDEAL MENTAL DISCIPLINES REQUIREMENTS for HIGH QUALITY SHOT & SCORING PERFORMANCE" , BY IAN TRIGGS
§ BEING IN THE ' NOW '
§ INVOLVEMENT & PROGRAMMING OF THE SHOT
§ PROGRAMMING FEELS RELATIVE TO THE SHOT REQUIRED
§ MENTAL QUIETNESS & RETAINING 3 RD EYE DURING THE SWING PROCESS
§ POST ROUND ASSESSMENT
This is the first and only Mental Golf Training programme for golfers in the country, so do make yourselves available for the event.
The event begins at so come early to secure your seats. Kindly RSVP by completing the following form.
exempt status system for PGM Tour cardholders
The Professional Golf of Malaysia is now in its third year of running the professional golf tour in the country. The tour has been vibrant, mainly due to the support of the Asian Tour which sanctions the PGM to jointly organize the ADT events. The staging of the ADT events has provided a boon to professional golf in Malaysia. The events have provided the opportunity for Malaysian professional golfers to compete with international golfers, as well as to earn World Ranking Points if they finish in the top six of any PGM ADT tournaments. Danny Chia, Nicholas Fung and Kenneth De Silva have now earned maximum World Ranking Points. The PGM Golf calendar is further augmented with the staging of a few jointly-organised PGM ASEAN PGA Tour events.
2. Up to date, the pool of available Malaysian golfers to participate in a PGM Tour tournament is between 70-80 golfers. Compared with some of our neighbouring countries, this number is rather small and needs to be increased by introducing new measures, without sacrificing current standards. The introduction of the “PGM Satellite Tour” has produced an additional 93 players for the Tour. This Satellite Tour which acts similar to a qualifying school will produce a continuous flow of golfers to participate in the PGM Tour calendar. With the establishment of the PGM Peak Performance Golf Academy at the Kinrara Golf Club, a reservoir of talented young golfers are being trained for participation in the PGM Tour calendar.
3. It is hereby decided that there will be an exempt status system for PGM Tour cardholders to participate in the PGM Calendar of Events. The system is as follows:
(i) Winners of the annual PGM Order of Merit starting from the year 2011 are granted a five-year exemption, effective from the following year.
(ii) Malaysian winners of Asian Tour and OneAsia events starting from the year 2011 are granted a four-year exemption, effective from the next day the tournament is won.
(iii) Multiple Tournament winners on the PGM Tour starting from the year 2011 are granted a four-year exemption, starting from the next day that the last tournament is won.
(iv) Malaysian winners of the Asian Development Tour and ASEAN PGA Tour events are granted a three-year exemption, starting from the year 2011, and effective from the next day that the tournament is won. If the golfer has won more than one tournament in any of the event, the period of exemption is effective from the next day the last tournament has been won.
(v) Winners of the PGM Tour Players’ Championship, starting from the year 2011, are granted a three-year exemption effective from the next day after the tournament is won.
(vi) Winners of the PGM Tour events (not including Asian Development Tour, ASEAN PGA) starting from the year 2011, are granted a two-year exemption and effective from the next day that the tournament is won.
(vii) Players finishing in the top 60 in the PGM Order of Merit in any year, starting from the year 2013, are granted a year exemption, effective from the following year.
4. It has also been decided that starting from the year 2011, any player in the Satellite Tour, a qualifying event, scoring 231 and below after 54 holes of play shall earn a PGM Tour Card for 2 years, effective from the next day after the event.
5. With the above system, a PGM Tour cardholder will be given a card which is most advantageous to him. Following changes to his status, his card will be updated from time to time by PGM.
6. The objective of this exempt system is to enable PGM Tour cardholders a longer time for tournament preparation and appearance. It is also hoped that with this system, golfers will be able to secure their sponsorships for a longer period in the interest of the sponsors.