When the Preround Warm Up Was Sub-Par

Your Preround Warmup is Influences Your Confidence

This week, I am featuring my brand new golf mental training program, The Golfer’s Mental Edge 2.0 available next week…

Does your preround warmup influence your confidence in the first tee? For example, do you lose confidence when you hit the ball poorly on the range and think this will transfer to the golf course?

Alternatively, if you hit the ball great on the range during your warm up, do you carry high expectations to the golf course?

Many golfers assume their warmup on the range is an omen for how they will play on the golf course. But this is faulty thinking because you don’t have to hit the ball great on the range to score well on the course.

In this golf psychology video, you learn what to focus on if your warm up was great or awful before the round. Watch my new golf video below:

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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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