golf psychology

Golf Yard Card

A little trick I learned in college was to make a “yard card” to stick in my yardage book for tournaments. On the yard card I have little reminders that meant the most to me when doing my mental game training. I would like you to revisit the confidence section and the “Self Talk, Affirmation” …

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Focus Drill for Golf

Circle 18 Game for Focus I challenge you to do something you’ve probably not done before while playing golf. During your next round, I’d like you not to make a good score your goal. Don’t even write any numbers on the scorecard. Your goal will be hitting every shot as best you can. I’m sure you’re thinking this sounds counter-intuitive. …

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Lesson 1 Setting Goals

Objective create a plan through goal setting and assessments Goal setting is key to improvement and reaching your potential.. Establish a road map for where you ultimately want to go. Instructions Download and write in your answers to the worksheets listed below. Remember, writing it down helps you learn faster! Detailed instructions will be on each …

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Lower Your Scores

Lower Your Scores by Learning Your Game Before constructing a game plan to lower your scores and become a better golfer, you need to fully understand yourself as a golfer before you can make improvements. Lets get start your golf improvement by answering a few questions: Who are you as a golfer? Personality traits should …

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Golf Swing Changes

Getting comfortable with golf swing changes

When making golf swing changes, most people revert back to what’s comfortable.

A few things you need to know before giving up on your new golf swing changes that will make you a better player in the long run:

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