Boost Confidence For Game Time
In “Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers your sports psychology and mental training questions about improving confidence for competition.
Here’s the question Dr. Cohn answers this week about being confident in both practice and competition:
JOHN ASKS: “I play golf and my confidence is usually high when I practice but when I go to play around for a score in a tournament I tend to doubt myself often and feel I can’t hit my shots as well as I can in a practice situation. How do I take my practice confidence to tournaments?”
Watch the video below to hear what Dr. Cohn has to say to John about how to improve his confidence when in competition.
Video on Taking Practice to Competition
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