McCarron, Redman, and Dooley Excel with help of Fluid Motion Factor


It was a strong week in the Senior Players Championship and Senior LPGA Championship for LGA Mental Coach Steven Yellin.

Veteran Scott McCarron took home his first Major victory with a bogey-free 6-under 66 in the final round to come back from a 6-shot deficit and defeat Bernhard Langer and Brandt Jobe by just 1 stroke. McCarron lept into contention with four straight birdies on the front nine and finished strong with eight straight pars, which was enough to earn him $420,000, his biggest payday on the 50-and-over tour.

McCarron learned the Fluid Motion Factor Program from Certified Master FMF Instructor Buddy Biancalana in 2015. Here’s what he had to say about the program:

“We all have been in the zone before but the Fluid Motion Factor program can get you there more often. FMF is a subtle system that teaches you how to play more consistently. When I have won tournaments on the PGA Tour, I always had a difficult time describing what I was feeling and thinking. FMF fully explains what I was going through and helps me recreate that thought process. We have all hit shots or had rounds that were great. They felt fluid and effortless. Steven can teach you how to get there more often with FMF.”

At the Senior LPGA Championship at French Lick Resort, FMF student Michele Redman finished 2nd and FMF Instructor Wendy Doolan in 3rd.

“Fluid Motion has changed the way our program (University of Minnesota Women’s golf team) teaches the mental side of the game,” Doolan said. “It’s transformed not only our players’ games but our coaches games. I wish I would have known this while I was still playing golf professionally. Steven is a joy to work with and really understands how the game needs to be played.”