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Performance

Golf

Golf improvement--from the mid 90's to the 70's

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated. It provides practical uses for EFT Tapping but you should also explore our newest advancement, Optimal EFT, by reading our free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™, and/or get help from a Certified EFT Practitioner.

by Gary Craig

Hi Everyone,

I recently noticed that Ron Johnson, a golfer from Seattle, WA, placed a new listing on the "Find an EFT Practitioner" section of our web site. Since sports and other performance issues have been largely overlooked by EFT practitioners, I chose to call Ron and inquire of his experiences. As it turns out, he used EFT to go from being a 95-100 golfer to one who has had many rounds in the 70's. This level of improvement rarely happens with conventional instruction and thus sticks out like a mountain on a prarie.

While Ron used EFT consistently on the golf course for each part of his game, he often zeroed in on particular types of shots. Here for your perusal is how he used EFT to improve his putting...

My statements began something like..."even though putting is extremely frustrating, I still completely accept myself." I would practice on the putting green with 10-twenty foot putts, 10-ten foot putts and 10-five foot putts. Each time, I would go through the nine-step process with the same statement..."Even though these putts are nerve-racking, I still completely accept myself." I found that I began to feel much more confident over the putts and some actually went in the cup. Three-putts to get the ball in the hole began to disappear and, within three months, my average scores went from 95-100 down to 85-90. I've had many rounds in the 70's during the past year and I am now setting a goal of shooting below 70. The process works equally well with each shot in the game, not just the putter. In fact, I now use the process before beginning the round with the following statements: "Even though I am filled with apprehension on this round, I completely and totally accept myself."

Ron also coaches other people using EFT for golf. One of his students, a gentleman, dropped his "average putts per round" from 37 to 29 while a lady golfer knocked an average of 5 to 6 strokes per round off of her score.

Hugs, Gary

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