Does gender have an impact in the effectiveness of imagery as related to golf putting and driving? Ten collegiate golfers (5 men and 5 women) were divided into imagery and non imagery groups by gender. Each of the golfers completed a pre and post treatment putting and driving exercise. The male imagers showed significant differences in the putting exercise but not in the driving exercise. There were no significant differences found for either the putting or driving exercises. Both the male and female non imagers showed no significant difference in the putting or driving exercises. There is not enough evidence from this study to make any conclusions on the effect of gender on imagery effectiveness as related golf putting and driving.