Changing Your Swing in the Middle of the Round?

Using a Swing that will Get the Job Done

Do you ever doubt your swing and change it immediately when you hit a bad shot while you are already in the middle game, playing for the score?

In this week’s golf psychology session, mental game of golf expert and author of The Mental Game of Golf, Dr. Cohn talks about how you should not be changing your swing in the middle of the golf round or golf game.

Putting a high amount of expectation, like hitting a perfect shot all the time during the entire period of the game will put a lot of pressure and will make you lose your focus.

In addition, you should tweak your golf swing during your practice and not during the competition. You need to learn that, using a swing that will get the job done and make you score at your best is better than changing and playing golf swing.

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