Sports psychologist Karl Steptoe on why we need to be writing our own golf books to find out what works for us

So how do skills break down under pressure when at any other time they are repeatedly executed with apparent ease and precision? Karl Steptoe explains

Karl Steptoe BSc, MSc, works with club golfers and European Tour professionals through his sport psychology consultancy, a mind to perform ltd www.amtp.co.uk. He is also a PGA Advanced Professional and is involved in doctoral research looking at performance under pressure in golf

Karl Steptoe BSc, MSc, works with club golfers and European Tour professionals through his Sport psychology consultancy, a mind to perform ltd amtp.co.uk. He is also a PGA Advanced Professional and is involved in doctoral research looking at performance under pressure in golf

Sports psychologist Russell Murphy, the man behind personalmindtrainer.com, helps us to regain our concentration on the golf course when it matters most

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Following a hugely successful opening week, Bond Fitness, trainers to European Golfers Paul McGinley and Becky Brewerton plus LPGA player Beatriz Recari, is extending the open format for the whole of February

Golf Monthly's assistant editor Alex Narey caught up with mental game expert Gary Leboff to see if he could learn to overcome his on-course demons. Here are some mental tips for golf

David McGill: Functional training for golf

David McGill explains how strength and flexibility training can help with posture and in doing so aid your muscles to function correctly, with the goal of improving your golf swing.

David McGill explains how strength and flexibility training can help with posture and in doing so aid your muscles to function correctly, with the goal of improving your golf swing.

Tiger Woods is doing it. So is Justin Rose. Here Jayne Storey talks about meditation and how this simple practise can enhance and improve your golf game

Mental golf expert Gary Leboff shows you how to achieve perfect focus whenever you need it to make distractions on the golf course a thing of the past. Learn the Black Box Recording technique

Great vision does not simply come with knowing what is in front of you, for spatial awareness skills allow sportsmen to visualise a complete picture of their surroundings, says mental expert Gary Leboff.

Learn this technique and on-course (and off-course) distractions will become a thing of the past. Mental golf expert Gary Leboff shows you how to achieve perfect focus whenever you need it by using the Black Box technique

There is no such thing as ‘finding your level and playing to it’. Golf is about constantly striving to get better and to succeed you must learn to take more risks, says mental game expert Gary Leboff.

Your round of golf starts well before the first tee – you need to prepare correctly and learn to keep your anticipation reined in to reach your potential. Mental game expert Gary Leboff explains.