Category Archives: Mental Game

Mental Strategies

FOCUSING ON SUCCESS OR FAILURE?

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How you prepare for each and every shot will have a major effect on your performance. When you are standing behind your ball preparing for the upcoming shot… what are you looking at?  Are your eyes wandering and glancing at trouble ahead?  This may lead you into hoping to avoid trouble. When you are standing […]

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Improve Your Driving

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Do you stand on the tee with driver in hand and hope to hit the fairway? Driving seems to be most of my students main concern and the recent poll on this site saw 29.17% of responses say that driving was the worst part of their game.  Irons came in 2nd at 18%.  Click HERE […]

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Confessions of a Yipper

There are a few words and phrases which golfers not only don’t like hearing but don’t like experiencing. The phrase “Still your putt”, the words “Shank” and “Yip” are all part of the golfing vocabulary and when mentioned in a sentence often produce anything from a laugh or a cringe depending on whether you’re witnessing […]

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Achieving Greatness this Year

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So now that we have ticked over into 2010, what goals are you setting to achieve this year with your golf?  I’d like students to post here their 2010 goals and we’ll check back and see how we’ve all done. So is your goal to reduce your handicap by 5 shots this year?  Just setting […]

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Hit More Fairways

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There will be a time when you reach your nemesis hole every round…  For some it might be a hole with water on it or a bunker they just can’t seem to avoid. DON’T LET YOUR NEMESIS HOLE CONTINUALLY BEAT YOU!! It’s not actually the hole beating you… it’s your approach to the hole which […]

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