Focus on the Process, Not Target Scores

Do you start the golf round with a target score or range in mind? Do you know what a good score is for that day given the conditions? And do you expect to shoot that score or better on that course?

This is very common for golfers–they focus on what they think they should shoot based on their expectations and recent scores. But target scores are limiting for golfers because they make your score conscious during the round.

In this golf psychology video, you learn what to focus on instead of target scores to help you play your best golf using your mind effectively.

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