The Yips Clinic of Phoenix

There is a new sheriff in town. He wears a signature cowboy hat but don’t let that fool you. Rod Lidenberg knows exactly what he is doing when it comes to solving the riddle of The YIPS. What he is preaching is that there is HOPE for those who have given up the game and others who are struggling. 

Rod has been teaching the game for over 45-years and during that time he has developed a solid track record of success, with students of every age and ability, including PGA and LPGA tour players. 

His new company, The YIPS Clinic of Phoenix, will begin providing services to the Valley after the first of the year. A unique feature of the business is that he comes to your door with the necessary equipment for your session. 

“This approach is not only convenient for our clients but insures their privacy during the time in which they are learning,” says Lidenberg. 

Did The YIPS drive you from the game?  Do you have a sense of dread when you think about playing?  

I know exactly how you feel because I’ve had The YIPS twice. I found that the first and most important step is to give way to them. Yes, that is not a typo. You read correctly. Wave the white towel. Surrender. This is a battle that you will never win.

Here’s what Jay Fogelberg had to say, “On the recommendation of a friend, I called Rod. He immediately diagnosed my problem and after only six sessions he helped me find an alternative approach or what he calls a ‘work-around solution’. I’m playing golf again – and most importantly Enjoying It.” 

The “work-around solution” allows for an uninterrupted path of communication between the player’s brain, their nervous system and their muscles, thus counteracting The Yip motion.

Would you like to know more? You are invited to attend one of Rod’s free informational seminars during the months of November, December and January at the Hilton/Embassy Suites in Old Town Scottsdale At that time, Rod will be introducing his new book THE YIPS: DANCING WITH THE DEVIL: “Rewiring Your System for Success”.

You can register for the seminar on-line at www.theYIPSclinic. Class size is limited. 

Rod is also available for private lessons. He is based out of Coronado G.C. located near Miller Road and Thomas in 

Scottsdale, AZ. For more information, or to book a lesson on-line, visit