Overcome Fear of Failure and Stay the Moment of your Game
Do you want to win so badly and you’re out there 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 talks about how to set a proper mindset into the golf course.
The pressure of wanting to win so badly affects every athlete in different ways. Most of the time they get distracted and lose their focus and hurts their performance.
In addition, Dr. Patrick highlights “fear of failure”, how most athletes are affected by just thinking about the outcome of the game and their scores. Getting ahead of yourself while in the game is a mental game challenge that you can overcome.
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