Do you believe that having high expectations are good or bad for your golf? I will show you how to deal with your expectations in a more manageable way.
It is so important to get your head right and focused into your golf when you play.
Because if you are not mentally prepared to compete or play golf then you won't perform the way you want. I will share with you in this episode strategies to use to help you prepare better to play better golf.
There are 3 words that you want to utilise before you tee off to play your golf game. I can't tell you here but if you listen to the podcast episode I will show you exactly how to do it.
We live in a fast pace world, it's rush here and rush there, 'I've gotta go go go!" Then there is you golf. You rush through your golf game, speed of play, gotta go quick, no time to line up your putts, quickly let's get it over and done with and then move on. Listen to this episode I will show you how to take the rush out of your game.
Be careful of the thoughts you have and the words in which you use to describe yourself because the Universe is listening and it will give you what you want, what you are saying and what you are thinking. In this episode I have covered in much detail how you can be the golfer you want to be and the consistent golfer you want to be.
Why must you have routines in your golf? The simple answer is that it keeps you steady and it keeps you consistent. Let's settle into playing steadier for better performances in practise and when on the course.
This episode is a follow on from the How To Recover From Bad Rounds episode. We had identified through 2 questions on how to improve your golf and keep on improving your golf.
Have you ever played a bad round of golf, played a bad hole or played a bad shot.
Of course, we all have. But it's how we recover from a bad round, a bad hole or bad round which is key. In this episode you will discover how you can recover from bad rounds, holes and games.
The key to your consistency believe it or not is what we have discussed before.
That is why in this episode we are going to have a chat about how you can get consistency in your golf and what your focus must be on.
Here's a question for you. What do golfers look at when they are finished their round, or what do they look at when they are playing during their round? They look at their score and their handicap. It appears that it is the be all and end all, your score doesn't tell you everything about your game and here's why.
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