Golf Psychology Articles

The Secret to Playing Relaxed Golf

Overcome Badshots

Overcoming Anxiety on The Golf Course Sinking a putt on the 18th hole, just when you need it most, can be challenging. As all golfers know, anxiety is your enemy on the golf course… Anxiety causes your body to be tense or shaky. Anxiety forces your shot off line, throws off your approach shot and, in the worst case, could … Golf Psychology Article>>

Playing Golf With a Lead

Playing Golf With a Lead

Staying Focused With a Lead in Golf Have you ever been leading by a comfortable margin heading towards the last few holes, you started to think ahead about the consequences of winning, and your lead disappeared by the 18th hole? Maybe you have played a tournament where you had a 4-stroke lead going in to the final round and blew … Golf Psychology Article>>

How to Follow Up a Low Round

Going Low After a Low Round

Going Low After a Low Round There is nothing in golf more exciting than shooting a career low round. When you’re playing great and scoring well, golf is fun, immensely satisfying, and feels second nature. To shoot a personal best round, it takes a hot putter, a short game that is more precise than usual, plus a modicum of luck. … Golf Psychology Article>>

Goal Setting for Golfers

Goal Setting for Golfers

Setting Good Goals in Golf Should golfers engage in goal setting? Yes! Having goals is important for golfers at any level of the game. Setting goals is one of the most important components to success in golf and in life! Every great player sets goals covertly or overtly. When Tiger Woods was a young boy, he set a goal to … Golf Psychology Article>>