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Prepare yourself for Competition Teach yourself to sink putts without fear 1. Use 1 ball 2. Putt 9 times from 4-12 feet around 1-3 practice holes with relatively flat, straight putts alternating distances. Level I Goal: Sink at least 5 putts while having the missed putts finish within the length […]
Business is Business …. A Tough Competition I had a friend (former college player and LPGA Tour player) play against her own daughter (college scholarship player at a major D-1 school) in a state golf championship. The mother won the hard fought competition. At the end, the daughter said, “Mom, […]
Are You a Competitor? If you want to play high level collegiate golf and maybe beyond, you have to love competition. And I mean really love competition. You have to want to compete at everything from a paper toss into a trash can to a pitching contest with your friend. […]
Competition is a Good Thing Don’t shy away from competition. Better to learn now than later how to compete. Life is full of miniature competitions every day. When you feel stressed or nervous or uncomfortable, tell yourself that competition is a good thing. The stress will help you grow and […]
How Resilient are You? ….Golf requires a lot of it! First let’s start with a definition: (of a person or animal) able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. synonyms: strong, tough, hardy 2. (of a substance or object) able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, […]
FEAR ….False Experiences Appearing Real I was listening to a podcast on National Public Radio about fear. This study was an attempt to show whether things are real or just being set up to APPEAR real (think haunted house). Fear occurs when you move from the present (real) to the […]
Just when you think you are completely prepared for anything, you get a shot or situation that you have never experienced. Two important things to remember: 1. Always be prepared to expect the unexpected. This mindset will lower anxiety when you get into an unknown situation. 2. Golf […]