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The Mental Game of Golf

Do you allow your opponents or your playing partners to get in your head and affect your mindset?

Being affected by what others think about your game is a mental game challenge some golfers experience during their game. But, most of the time, it begins when you are thinking how your opponents are playing and become pumped up when they make their mistakes.

It is a mindset that certainly creates a distraction because it will have a mirror effect within yourself. You will then think that they are all focusing on how you are playing when it is not actually the case.

In this week’s golf psychology session, mental game of golf expert and author of The Mental Game of Golf, Dr. Cohn, responds to a question from Sarah, who is generally affected by what others think and loses her focus in playing her own golf game.

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