Matt Kuchar Revealed Long Held Secret Now Playing In Masters — Bert Seale
Professional golfer Bert Seale revealed a long held secret that has surprised many in the golfing world on the day before The Masters. Having more than 29 years of experience in the golfing world, Bert knows this game. Seale revealed that he taught pro golfer and PGA star Matt Kuchar the techniques that helped make Kuchar one of the top earners on the PGA tour ranked 7th in the world rankings.
Bert Seale has held this secret for 18 years but has now decided to talk about his interaction with Kuchar so that others will benefit from the techniques Seale offers. According to Seale, “I never really talked about how I helped Matt Kuchar because I respect his privacy and I don’t like to toot my own horn, but after so many years have passed and with Matt’s blessing I decided to speak out so that others can benefit from the technique that worked so well for him.” Incredible details about this radical technique can be found at bertseale.com.
The technique Bert Seale refers to his innovative closed eye technique. Also used by his son Joshua Seale who plays on the Thailand PGA tour. As Seale describes it, the closed eye technique allows individuals to change a behavioral outcome by mentally changing their visual perceptions. The result is total harmony and control over their mental approach to a problem or process. The closed eye technique lets individuals develop new and exciting ways of looking at things, and as a training tool it helps them boost performance and concentration.
This is why Matt Kuchar was drawn to the closed eye technique and why he sought out Seale’s program. Seale teaches the technique through a two-day workshop and then three months of close interaction with his select golfers. During the two-day workshop, clients receive an audit and evaluation of the processes they currently employ and then Bert Seale develops a multi-solution profile for the client. Over the next three months, Seale works closely with the client, providing constant feedback until the client masters the closed eye technique.
Matt Kuchar went through this process and now employs the closed eye technique to great success. As a young golfer, Kuchar made his mark Kuchar succeeded Tiger Woods as U.S. Amateur champ in 1997, then dazzled the golf world a year later at the Masters and U.S. Open, the experience turning bittersweet only when the media vilified his father, Peter, for parental enthusiasm considered unbecoming for a caddie. Currently Kuchar is one of the most consistent players on the PGA Tour and a top prize earner. Kuchar has endorsed Seale’s closed eye technique and credits that technique with helping him achieve success.
Bert is now giving back what he earned from this game and the good news for his students is that he has is now giving his own experience to the world. Besides his success in the golfing career, Bert always welcomes any amateur or professional to ask and learn.
More information about Bert Seale and his closed eye technique is available on the Bert Seale website at bertseale.com. Bert is also available via phone at 954–536–0486.