How to Reduce the Number of Swing Thoughts When Playing

How to Block It all Out and Focus

Are you over thinking your golf swing when playing on the course by having two or three swing thoughts as you play shots? 

Often in our work as mental coaches, we find that golfers use too many swing thoughts on the golf course and this hurts their consistency during the round.

You only want to have one “swing thought” or trigger thought when playing to help you simply your golf swing.

Learn how to reduce the number of swing thoughts when you play and what are good swing thoughts.

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Golfer’s Mental Edge 2.0

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Do you suffer from fragile self-confidence after missed hitting shots or making mistakes, playing with strict or high expectations that undermine confidence, or the inability to play freely and relaxed on the course?

Successful golfers have learned how to perform with ultimate confidence in competition, so we’ve developed The Golfer’s Mental Edge 2.0 Workbook and Audio program to help you do this! 

The Golfer’s Mental Edge 2.0 program includes the top 11 mental training sessions I do with my personal students to help them boost their mental game and improve consistency on the course!

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