Today, I launched my new CD golf psychology program, "Golfer's Mental Edge." Do you have a good mental game for golf? Too often, I hear golfers say things such as... "I can't have fun anymore; I never play up to my expectations." "I get so frustrated with hitting bad shots and it snowballs." "When I hit bad shots I lose confidence so … [Read more...] about Golfer’s Mental Edge CD Program Released Today
Archives for January 2009
Preshot Routines in Golf Believe it or not, your preshot routine is very important to shot making and consistency. But guess what? Far too many golfers just go through the motions physically without mental focus. Here's the thing: You really don't have a preshot routine if you perform your routine mindlessly without mental focus. Now let's … [Read more...] about Golf Psychology: 3 Preshot Strategies All Golfers Must Do
Keeping Your Composure And Letting Go of Mistakes Do you get upset with poor shots and your frustration causes more mistakes that leads to a string of bogeys? Many of my students struggle with their composure after hitting bad shots. Hitting a bad shot is not what’s costly to your score… A poor reaction to a bad shot is costly because it can … [Read more...] about Golf Psychology Video: Letting Go of Mistakes
Mental Game Success Story I'm honored when experienced mental game experts – people who have been mental coaching for eight or more years – contact me to help them improve their ability to help students. Dr. Kevin Roby, of Golf Psychology Consultants, worked with a few golfers a year for about eight years prior to enrolling in my MGCP … [Read more...] about Sports Psychology: Another Mental Game Coach Success Story
What to Focus on in Golf I just posted my latest golf psychology video. Do you focus on where you want to hit the ball or where you don't want to hit the ball? I know many of my students focus too much on where not to hit the ball... “Don’t miss the green and have a tough up and down,” they might be thinking. If you do this, you focus too much … [Read more...] about Golf Psychology Video: Do You Think About the Target?