Holey Club is unique in ownership. Not only was it co-founded by two and developed by five best friends, but the Club’s CEO Alan Jaziri happens to be an MD. He has more than half a decade of experience in a specific kind of brain stimulation that uses magnetic waves to active and exercise brain tissue called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). By targeting specific networks, TMS can increase neuroplasticity and stimulate growth, leading to an increase performance across all aspects of life. Including golf.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is widely known for it’s role in Psychiatry for treating depression. It’s efficacy is undeniable, and it’s safety is unmatched. It has many other uses, and incredible potential. Al’s family owns a local Psychiatric Center that specialized in TMS for mental illness.
Have you ever found yourself on the golf course with your heart pounding, palms sweaty, with a scattered focus? Have you noticed how poorly you play when you fall into this state?
Fight or flight (or freeze) is a well known phenomenon that all humans experience. When we experience something in our senses that causes a fear response, our body naturally goes into this state for survival. When some of us approach a difficult hole or shot, our nervous systems can potentially go into this state and wreak havoc on our swings.
Enter TMS. With just a few minutes of stimulation per day or every other day for several weeks, TMS has the potential to help you keep your major brain activity in your cerebral cortex, where it belongs, to help you regulate, visualize, plan, and execute.