Setting a Proper Mindset During the Round

Are You Tripping Yourself on the Golf Course?

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 Maggie who had this to say about his game:

“I have too much intensity while playing because I want to succeed too much. And want to win badly. Then, when I don’t play well, I have destructive self-talk, lack of trust in technique, tightening up while playing. How do I deal with this?”

Listen to the podcast now to learn what Dr. Cohn has to say about high intensity in the game not being a bad thing but it should help the athletes even more.

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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?

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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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