Entries by Ronald Mann

KidStar Radio Interview

Dr. Mann is interviewed on “Bouncing Back: How to Recover When Life Knocks You Down” by XANA, a high school radio broadcaster. This is a really good interview by an exceptionally gifted young woman.

Golf in the Spine

Are you ready for a revolutionary way to think about the game of golf?
Do you want to find out how to integrate your mind and body for a better golf swing?
Do you want to find out how to reduce injury?
Do you want to learn one central concept that will relate to all swing mechanics and […]

The Power of a Spiritual Life

Why does research show that people who have a spiritual life lead happier, more resilient lives; are there things that non-spiritual people can incorporate into their own lives to obtain a similar result?
I am not surprised by these findings. They are certainly consistent with my personal and clinical observations over the last thirty years and […]

On Gun Control

The recent shooting of Representative Gabrielle Giffords and a number of other people including a 9 year old child here in Arizona has created a lot of conversation about gun control. Since I live in Phoenix Arizona, not too far away from Tucson, I have some thoughts about all this.
I own a Glock 17 which […]

Mastering the Mental of Golf

Find the Zone: Master the Mental Game Golf Coaching
by Dr. Ron Mann
What is this approach?
What does it take to play great golf? Good equipment? Good swing mechanics? A strong mental game? All of the above! The mental game is probably the least understand and the least addressed aspect of the game, […]

YouTube video from Freeman Michaels Show

This is a great part of an hour interview on the Freeman Michaels Show.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOe7eUT2Q0g    
We talk about the difference between religion and spirituality and how to gracefully move through life’s greatest challenges. The interview focused on the information in Bouncing Back: How to Recover When Life Knocks You Down.

Play to Win!

This will appear in the September issue of Arizona Golfer.
I have the all too common experience of watching people who are serious about their game, want to score low, but don’t know how.  They make decisions about club selection and execution as if they were either ten years younger and had the skill of a […]

Tiger’s Path to Recovery

The spotlight is back on Tiger.  I remember Nick Faldo’s comments months ago stating that he thought Tiger should just get back into the Tour and start playing again.  I think the challenge for Tiger is much greater than just not playing enough competitive golf. Tiger has a lot of personal healing work ahead of […]