Dr. Debbie Crews Ketterling | 705 South - El Dorado| (Broadway & 101) | Mesa, AZ. 85202 |
(t) 602-361-5355 | Email: GREATGOLF@cox.net | © 2010 All Rights Reserved
Arizona State University:
Debbie is a Faculty Research Associate in the Professional Golf Management Program at ASU. She teaches Sport Psychology in the
Program and works with interns interested in research.
Debbie is the sport psychology consultant for the ASU Men's and Women's golf teams. She has been with the Women's team on and
off since 1979 and with the Men's team since 2007.
Golf: Energy in Motion I, II, and III are provided to golf courses for players of the game. This is a 3-day series that can be presented one
day at a time or in succession.
Golf Mind Management is a one day seminar teaching players, teachers and coaches to synchronize the conscious and subconscious
mind for best learning and performance.
Yes I Play Successfully is seminar that provides the definitions, research and application of the latest techniques to assist yips
golfers. It is also designed to help people with shanks and manipulators of the club! The goal is to keep all golfers playing successful
Imagine That! A panel of professional athletes discuss the use of imagery in practice, preparation, performance, competition, and
self-image. Imagery is one of the most powerful techniques we have in sports and the seminar offers ways to use it to perform our best.
Debbie Crews is a TOP 50 Women Teacher (#8) by Golf Digest, she has been a Top 100 Teacher by Golf for Women and
Private and group sessions provide evaluation and application of psychological and motor learning and control principles to improve
performance. The sessions involve all aspects of the game and are usually conducted on the putting green and the golf course. Motion
changes as a result of our state of mind. Using this approach can shorten the learning curve and transfers well to the golf course!
Debbie works with all ages and skill levels. She has worked with players from every Tour and she also works with special populations
(ADHD/ADD, autism, emotional disorders).
Debbie is a Class A - LPGA teaching professional. She serves on various committees with the LPGA T & CP and presents in each of the
teaching and coaching National Education Programs. She works with various golfers on the LPGA Tour and was voted 2000 LPGA
Western Section - Teacher of the Year.
World Scientific Congress of Golf:
In 2008 Debbie was named the Chair of the World Scientific Congress of Golf. She had served on the Advisory Board since 1995 in St.
Andrews, Scotland. Debbi e hosted a WSCG conference in 2001 called the Future of Golfers and again in 2008 (World Scientific Congress
of Golf V). The next Congress will be March 25-31, 2012 in Phoenix, AZ. Please visit www.golfscience.org for further information.
Alternative Intervention Research Clinic (AIRC):
This non profit 501 (c) (3) was started by Debbie in 2009. The purpose of AIRC is to conduct research, education and service using
alternative (nondrug) programs, products, etc. to help humans and animals. The primary program in AIRC is AIRC Carriage. We provide
horse and carriage rides to hospitals, nursing homes, and the general public. Please visit our website at www.AIRCcarriage.org.
2010 America's Best Women Teachers (#8) was awarded by Golf Digest Magazine.
2003/2010 Golf Digest Top Teachers in Arizona was awarded by Golf Digest magazine.
2003/2008 Golf for Women Top 50 Teacher was awarded by Golf for Women magazine.
2000 Science in Golf Prize was awarded by Golf Magazine for the best science in golf. The prize was a featured article
in Golf Magazine and the award was $10,000.
2000 LPGA Western Section - Teacher of the Year was awarded by the membership of the Western Section - Ladies
Professional Golf Association Teaching and Club Professional Division.
Dr. Debbie Crews - Performance Mind Management
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Dr. Debbie Crews