How to Embrace the Preround Jitters

This week, I am featuring my brand new golf mental training program, The Golfer’s Mental Edge 2.0 available next week…

Do the pregame jitters hurt you ability to play well on the first few holes of the golf round because you think you’re anxious?

Many golfers interpret the pregame jitters as feelings of anxiety. But this is faulty thinking because the pregame jitters do not indicate that you are anxious.

In this golf psychology video, you learn how to manage the preround jitters and perform well on the first hole.

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Discover How to Break the Yips Cycle

Breaking the Golf Yips Cycle

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.

Breaking The Yips Cycle” is a complete brain dump of the TOP NINE mental training sessions I do with my personal coaching students to help them overcome the yips and play with freedom again!

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