Enneagram Training Intervention’s Effect on College Golfer’s Scores
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The purpose of this study was to determine whether MAC-based sport psychology training intervention would help improve college golfers’ performance in tournaments. The instrument used was the WEPSS Enneagram Personality Profile. The study used a quasi-experimental pretest-posttest design to compare tournaments scores in six men’s golfers from Fall 2017 (before intervention) to Spring 2018 (after intervention). Improvement was significant, although this improvement could be attributed to a number of factors. Results were significant enough to suggest that continued research be conducted implementing the Enneagram into MAC-style sport psychology.