Golf POP™ is a state-of-the-art profiling tool that assesses the character traits, attitudes, and opinions of the golfer. It provides personal self-knowledge and other insights to help maximize the performance potential of a golfer.
Use the Golf POP™ to:
- Gain insight into the golfer’s strengths and how to capitalize on them
- Benchmark against top golfers on the mental aspects of the game
- Assess competitiveness, mental toughness, confidence, and motivation
- Get self-coaching and personal development strategies
- Maximize success and enjoyment
More Information about Golf POP™
Use the Golf POP™ to gain insight into the athlete’s strengths and how to capitalize upon them.
What Does the Golf POP™ Do?
- Identifies strengths and how to use them to lower a handicap
- Provides insights into emotional control, which is essential for top performers
- Assesses competitiveness, mental toughness, confidence, and motivation
- Highlights self-coaching and personal development strategies
- Helps achieve a relaxed state of concentration
- Maximizes success and enjoyment
What Does the Golf POP™ Assess?
- Mental toughness/Focus
- Overcoming adversity
- Lifestyle considerations
- Attitudes about golf
Achieve Top Golf Performance
The Golf POP™ is specifically designed to provide a golfer with insights into mental and emotional strengths and how to leverage them to achieve top performance.
The result of extensive research on competitive individuals in both sport and business, this assessments measures the factors that predict survival and success in highly competitive environments. A number of top professional athletes have been assessments by the Self Management Group using the Golf POP™ methodology.
The extensive report is divided into several sections that describe the golfer’s character and personal approach to golf, competitiveness, and other issues important to enjoying and succeeding in golf.
The Golf POP™ is ideal for improving the performance of individual golfers as well as creating teams ranging from a charity scramble to a competitive university team. It can assist with self-coaching or help a coach or teaching professional understand the unique learning patterns of a golfer.