How to Reduce the Number of Swing Thoughts When Playing

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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Mental Game Coaching for Golfers

If you’re not shooting the scores you are capable of on the course, most likely your mental game is holding you back…

Our certified mental performance coaches can help you uncover the beliefs and attitudes that keep you from performing up to your potential. You’ll learn proven mental strategies we use to help Tour professional golfers get into the winner’s circle.

Golf mental game expert, Dr. Cohn, has helped golfers win at all levels including junior golfers, collegiate golfers, mini- tour golfers, Canadian Tour, PGA Tour, and LPGA Tour golfers.

Whether you’re an AJGA junior golfer, college player, serious amateur or seasoned tour pro, golf mental game coaching can help you improve golf confidence, focus, and composure on the course and boost your on-course performance.

You can get expert mental coaching with us from anywhere. You’ll work one-on-one with us in Orlando Florida or via Skype, phone, FaceTime, or GoTo Meeting. With today’s video technology, we are able to connect with athletes and coaches all over the globe.

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