Trusting Swing Changes on The Course – Video

Why Swing Changes Are Hard to Trust on The Course

In “Sports Psychology Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from Karl about taking your practice swing to the course.

Have you made any swing changes recently that have improve your swing in practice, but can’t take it to the course?

Karl wrote in and said: “I stopped playing golf in 2004 because of injuries, but I started taking lessons again in 2009. My swing was completely torn down and rebuilt. Now my instructor says that my swing is better than most tour players and I should be a scratch golfer but I don’t trust my swing on the golf course, especially after a bad shot or two.”

Watch the video below to learn about Dr. Cohn’s philosophy with mental coaching and how he thinks it can help:

Video on Golf Swing Changes

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