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The Arousal Problem And Your Golf Performance

The Arousal Problem And Your Golf Performance

Optimum Arousal for Performance is one of the Sport Psychologists favorite concepts. It was developed through work with athletes in other sports. It is incredibly important for your golf performance. One of the most subtle and destructive game ruiners is over-arousal. You don’t recognize when it is happening, things just don’t work right. Your thoughts […]

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A Good Mental Pre-Shot Routine

A Good Mental Pre-Shot Routine

If You Don’t Have a Good One, You’re Not Playing Your Best Golf! Learning a strong mental pre-shot routine is the single most important thing you can do to improve your mental game, and your golf. But not just any mental routine. Your mental routine must: Compliment your learning style Ease you into narrowing your […]

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Golf Mental Game

Golf Mental Game

How many times have you heard various well-known tour pros say: “golf is 90% mental”? Many great tour pros over the years have declared that the golf mental game rules. But, many teaching pros have countered, “what good is the mental game if you do not have the physical skills to play golf?”. Then we […]

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