Changing Your Swing in the Middle of the Game?

How to be Confident with Your Golf Swing

Do you ever doubt your swing and change it immediately when you hit a bad shot while you are already in the middle game, playing for the score?

In this week’s golf psychology session, mental game of golf expert and author of The Mental Game of Golf, Dr. Cohn, responds to a question from Rick who had this to say about his game:

“If hit a bad shot, I try to change swing immediately. I get distracted easily by focusing on too many swing thoughts. How do I stop my mind from spinning after bad shot?”

COHN: The Issue is, you are not trusting the swing you have that day. You have to understand that when you start manipulating your swing, when you start searching, when you start changing your swing, you’re no longer playing golf, you are playing “golf swing”… When you step on the golf course your swing is what it is…

Listen to the podcast now to learn what Dr. Cohn has to say about focusing more on playing the golf course.

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