Upcoming Mindful Golf Classes
Mindful Golf: $240. Junior Golfers – $180
6 Week Program for Motivated Players at the UW Range.
1.5 hours/class – 6 players
Session 1: Saturday 10-11:30am: December 3, 10, 17, 31 & January 7, 14. No class December 24
(If there is sufficient interest, I will open up more sessions)
To book your spot, click here or on “Book a Lesson” above. You will be directed to my scheduling system. Once you register/login, click on Groups/Camps/Clinics and find the listing on the date of the first class. There is only space for 6 students in each session so if you are interested, don’t delay. If you have questions, please send an email me at email@example.com.
- Train with other motivated players
- Integrate regular mindfulness practice into your golf game (and your daily life)
- Play transcendent golf
- Maximize joy and self-growth
- Thrive under pressure
- Learn to self-diagnose
- Get the most out of practice
- Reduce stress, frustration, fear anxiety and other interferences. We love to break “slumps”
- Produce success in other areas of your life
How It Works
- Practice in accordance with the most current research on learning, performance and neurophysiology
- It is not required that Coach Elaimy is your swing teacher to participate in these sessions. He will dovetail your practice to help you to improve faster with almost any approach to your golf swing
- At times, we will emulate the pressure conditions that you will face on the golf course so that your practice is more realistic and transferrable
- There will be an emphasis developing a better short game
- We engage in mindfulness practice in each session, including meditation, active awareness, kinesthetic awareness and other proven techniques.
- Our coaching is designed to help align your spirit, mind, emotions and body – resulting in heightened performance a richer experience
Husky Women’s Golf Coach Coach Mary Lou Mulflur provides an example and sums up the role David’s coaching on the team’s victory in the 2016 NCAA Championship in an interview at espn.com
ESPN: You also have David Elaimy as the girl’s mental performance coach. What role has he played in the success of the team?
Coach Mulflur: I call him our secret weapon. He has helped these girls in a way they won’t realize until they’re older. He’s been able to get them to understand their fears over the ball and to figure out why they’re not performing to their potential. When you think about the pressure shots we had to hit this week, especially in the final round, the work that he has done with us has everything to do with our success. You don’t stand over the shots the freshman stood over without needing to be being confident. He told them, “You’re going to take some punches out there.” So he gave us tools on how to respond to them.