Visualizing a Good Shot in Your Mind
Do you visualize your shots before you hit them but then freak out when a shot doesn’t come off accordingly?
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 Juan, who had this to say about his game:
JUAN: “I’ve been told to visualize my shots during my preshot routine. But when I visualize a shot and I don’t pull the shot off that I just visualized, I start to get disappointed and question why. Should I visualize a good shot every time?”
In addition, you will also learn how to stay composed when the shot does not go the way you visualize it.
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