MENTAL GAME

Golf Pre shot practice swings

Feel Your Golf Practice Swing Golfers struggle to be athletic when playing golf because they have a hard time transition from their analytical (think too much) side of their brain to their athletic side of their brain. The most common error I see when working with players is that they have “mechanical” (technique) related swing …

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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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Post Round Stats

As we discussed throughout this program, getting feedback is very important for learning and development. Generic stat sheets track fairway, greens, putts each round. This does not show the entire story. Example, what if I hit 15 greens but average 40 feet from the hole. The percentages tell us I will probably 3-putt before I …

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Golf Yardage Books

For competitive golfers, making your own yardage books is very beneficial to saving strokes on the course. You can buy yardage books in most pro shops but those are generic, at our golf school we buy blank yardage books and teach players how to map the course. Main keys when mapping the golf course: → …

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