Golfers Who Play Down to the Level of Competitors

Learn to Play Your Game

In this episode, Dr. Cohn answers a question from a reader about Golfers Who Play Down to the Level of Competitors.

SCOTT: I play better when I compete with better players, but I also play worse with higher handicapped golfers. I find myself losing focus and not using the same pre-shot routine. I’m disappointed when I don’t use a consistent pre-shot routine when playing with golfers below my ability. Thank you so much for your response and keep up the awesome work in the golf psychology podcast!

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know you are frustrated with your putting, chipping, or pitching and have considered giving up the game you once loved to play. But before you make that decision, read what I have to say about how I help golfers overcome the yips….

The first place to begin to break the Yips Cycle is to admit that the yips are a mental issue. Stabbing or flinching at impact are symptoms of bigger issues: fear and over control. Changing your grip, putter, swing, club, or routine are only temporary Band-Aids to a mental game issue.

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