How To Have Confidence and Trust in Putting

Golf Psychology Podcast

Dr. Patrick Cohn, golf psychology expert and author of the “Golfer’s Mental Edge” CD program, teaches amateur to tour professional golfers how to improve their mental game of golf using golf psychology strategies developed over the last 20 years of his career.

In this week’s golf psychology session, mental game of golf expert and author of The Mental Game of Golf, Dr. Cohn, answers a question from a golfer who is struggling with a fear of three-putting. Learn how to let the putter go with a free stroke.

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2 thoughts on “How To Have Confidence and Trust in Putting”

  1. Hi Dr Cohn..
    I really enjoy these little 5 minute coaching tips…… thing that has worked well for me with putting in the realization that I cannot focus on target and distance at the same time…..right before I putt. I trust my target skill and concentrate only on distance…….works well for me…….thanks, Jim Princeton.,

  2. Jim:

    Thanks for the feedback. Yes, it might be easier to focus on one or the other. However, often speed and line go together and it’s hard to pull them apart with a breaking putt.

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