Seattle University Men's and Women's on Campus Golf facilities

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Seattle University Men's and Women's off Campus Golf facilities

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Redhawk Fitness Center
SeattleU Athlete only Fitness Center
Redhawk Golf Room
Eisiminger Fitness Center at SU
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Golf Club of Newcastle
SeattleU Home Course
ChambersBay
Home of the SeattleU Redhawk Invitational presented by OGIO
Tacoma Country and Golf Club
Home of the Pat Lesser- Harbottle SeattleU Women's Redhawk Invitational
Broadmoor Golf Club
Sandpoint Country Club
Inglewood Country Club
Fairwood Country Club
Oakbrook Country Club
McCormick Woods Golf Club
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Seattle University Men's and Women's Golf Leadership Program

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Craig Elkins

Craig is a partner in The Gatehouse Alliance and Insights Seattle.  He is the author of the just released book The Gatehouse: A Book about Business, A Story about Life, a business novel that focuses on new business paradigms of the 21st Century as well as life lessons for personal transformation. The Gatehouse won the Writers Notes Magazine Business Book Award for 2004. 

Craig founded the Applied Thinking and Creativity Team at The Boeing Company, which provided tools and strategies to think more efficiently, effectively and creatively, and was also the Director of Quality Assurance for one of the three Boeing Divisions.  Craig is one of only a handful of Master Trainers worldwide in both Six Thinking Hats and Lateral Thinking and he was on Innovation ’98, a worldwide broadcast on creativity, innovation, and business strategy.  He is a regular speaker across North America and the U.K. on business topics such as communication, spirit and passion in the workplace, cultural transformation, and creativity to include the SAP Global Leadership Conference in June 2004, the Fortune Magazine Conference on Human Resources—The New Agenda, and the American Creativity Association National Conference, where he was the keynote speaker in 2002.

His interesting and diverse background includes being an intelligence officer—where besides “regular” intelligence work he served as the assistant to the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School—and a professional bowler.  He also served as the President of the American Cancer Society’s East King County unit.

His education includes a Bachelor of Arts in English with an emphasis in Written Communication from Santa Clara University where he was selected Phi Beta Kappa, and a Master of Science in Systems Management from the University of Southern California, which he earned with Magna Cum Laude honors.

Seattle University Men's and Women's Golf Performance Programs

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Steven Yellin began his athletic career playing tennis at the age of 12. He competed locally and nationally and won the Florida state high school singles championship in 1971 and was a member of the winning championship team. Recruited heavily, he chose the University of Pennsylvania where he was the number one player on the team. He was a member of the All-Ivy League tennis team in 1973 and had a win over John McEnroe in a dual match during his college career.

 

As a senior at Penn, Yellin had an extraordinary Zone experience that radically changed his understanding of sports. It was an experience unlike anything he ever experienced on the court before. Though he played on a level never before attained, he realized that the factors that precipitated this experience was something that was not taught in any lesson he had ever taken (and he had taken quite a few!), and for that matter not taught in sports anywhere.

For the next 35 years, he worked on developing a systematic program that allow athletes in every sport to set up the very subtle experience in their mind that allows for Zone experiences. Though he teaches something from a mental level, his program is not based on sports psychology, but rather on a crucial neurophysiological experience that has to occur in an athletes mind in order to play on an exceptionally high level. The inner feeling when athletes have this experience is that time slows down, the intellect becomes quiet and the motion becomes effortless.

 

Yellin's program is not based on sports psychology because it does not involve emotions, beliefs, attitudes, self-confidence or any type of visualization. Though all these elements are crucial for the development of an athlete, these attributes develop naturally and holistically when they learn his program. This is one of the reasons why the program is so revolutionary and successful. Its uniqueness lies in although it is a mental program and is based on the mind, it does not fall under the rubric of sports psychology. Essentially, the program teaches a golfer how to systematically access the muscle memory they already have.

 

Yellin's program takes the mystery out of that hit or miss affair and explains what needs to occur in order to play well. He considers himself a 'motion expert', a title that is opening up a new field in sports. A motion expert is someone that understands motion from the most fundamental level and teaches a program that allows someone to consistently repeat where motion originates.

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