MindTRAK Golf Inc., a training system for golfers designed by former PGA Tour player Richard Zokol, has signed noted instructor Sean Foley as a partner in the company and a member of MindTRAK’s Board of Directors.
“Richard Zokol is incredibly accomplished in the game of golf, and his work with MindTRAK is about sharing proven methods with golfers,” said Foley in a released statement.
“MindTRAK’s methodologies – to encourage athletes to perform ‘in the moment’ – align with studies that show the most successful executives, entrepreneurs and athletes aren’t outcome-driven; they are committed to their process.
“I’ve trusted the tenets of MindTRAK long before Richard and his team developed the platform, and I know this app and the process it instills will help all kinds of golfers play and score better.”
Foley is coach to a host of tour golfers, including LPGA star Lydia Ko, Cameron Champ, a two-time PGA Tour winner, and is also known for his work with Tiger Woods and Justin Rose, among others.
“We are delighted to benefit from Sean’s passion and knowledge as he becomes a partner in MindTRAK Golf,” said Zokol.
“Given Sean’s authenticity, conscientious nature, and his distinct perspective in coaching, we gratefully welcome Sean to the team.
“We believe Sean brings a great deal to MindTRAK and will continue to do so as we accelerate our product development. The future in golf performance hinges on a mindset-driven perspective and we appreciate that Sean leads as a life coach as much as he is a golf coach to his players.”
The MindTRAK Golf mobile app, according to Zokol, is designed to be a coaching tool that helps coaches analyze their player’s performance in addition to allowing users to access and remain “in this moment” on every shot.
Developed and tested in competition by Zokol, and a team of business, IT and golf experts, MindTRAK Golf ingrains techniques that strengthen attentional-focus to optimize performance on the golf course.
Using the MindTRAK Golf mobile app during each round will help the golfer tune out negativity and play the game “freed up” to perform instinctively.