Golf Concentration

Use Visualization to Improve Your Golf Game

visualization in golf

Visualization Helps Increase Confidence Can you remember a time when you hoped to shoot your lowest score, but you were over-excited or nervous and couldn’t focus? Have you ever stood over an important putt that you over-analyzed? Second-guessing your decisions interferes with getting into a rhythm and freely swinging your golf club. When you question your decisions, you are indecisive … Golf Psychology Article>>

How to Play Great Golf on New Courses

US Open

Learning to Play Consistent Golf Golf is a unique game. No two courses are alike. No two holes are alike. Many times, a golf course itself may not be what it was a few months previously. Think of how those course changes present challenging circumstances for each golfer. Look at some other sports where field dimensions are constant. A football … Golf Psychology Article>>

Is Your Putting Holding You Back?

Golf Mind Podcast

Overcoming Putting Woes Does your putting hold you back from playing your best in tournaments? 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 Connor who had this to say about his game: “I played in my State Am the other week and … Golf Psychology Article>>

How to Avoid the Bogey Mindset

Golf Mindset

Why Golfers Turn Bogeys into More Bogeys “Mistakes happen.” “Mistakes are a fact of life.” “We all make mistakes.” Most people generally accept these common sayings as true… except if you’re a golfer! How many times has your play spiraled downward during a golf game after you made a mistake? Why does your golf game suffer after a mistake when … Golf Psychology Article>>

Golfers Who Are Intimidated By Their Competition

Golf and Intimidation

How to Stop Focusing on Your Competitor Do you see playing against top competition as a threat or a challenge? Against top-tier golfers, are you able to rise to the occasion or does your game spiral downward? Some golfers feel intimidated when paired with top competition. Playing against a rival or a golfer with a high ranking can be stressful … Golf Psychology Article>>