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You and Tiger Woods Have More in Common on the Golf Course Than You May Realize

What You have in common with Tiger is that you also have negative thoughts on the golf course, perhaps before you even get to the first T and if you’ve had a bad round then a whole lot more after you leave. It’s not the having of negative thoughts that’s the problem really but how you deal with them and how long it takes you to do it.

James Braid – More Than Just a Golfer

James Braid is perhaps one of golf’s first great pioneers for the modern game. However, Braid was not just a sublime golfer in his day but also a renowned golf course architect and many of the UK’s golf courses have been touched by his hand.

Putt to Hole Everything – Anything Else is Complete Non-Sense

Does an archer shoot better scores by aiming at the board as a whole or do they focus in on the very spot in the middle that they want their arrow to hit? Does it make any sense at all for any sports person who needs to hit a very specific target to just aim in the general direction and try to get the distance control reasonably accurate?

Something Very Strange Happened on the Way to the Golf Course

This happened to me some number of years back now, I forget how many, but it was one of those moments, you know? An epiphany moment – a sudden intuitive leap of understanding seemingly out of the blue but really arising from the mysteries of the deep unconscious. Whoa, easy boy… just tell me how this can make me a better golfer!

Golf Course Score and Performance is a Reflection of What’s Going on in Your Life

Just as you can’t separate the mind/body connection you are also very likely to perform in a manner on the course that is congruent with what is going on in your life at the time. If you are having trouble off the course then you are going to be very distracted and “out of sorts” on the course, this will reflect in your golf scores.

Golf Anger Causes Aren’t Always Obvious – Identify Some, Deal With Them & Play Better Golf

You don’t get angry because you’ve hit a bad shot. You don’t get angry because you made a bad decision which has put you in trouble for your next stroke. You get angry because of what you have associated to that event. Let me repeat that. You don’t get angry because you play a bad shot, you get angry because of what you think playing that bad shot means.

Golf Hates Fear – How Many Shots is Fear Of Failure Costing You?

Humiliation is worth than death to some and pretty darn nasty to the rest of us. Humiliating oneself on the golf course is an event we would all rather avoid. It’s that fear of failure thing and chances are it is eating up a lot of shots around the golf course. Well, if you are anywhere near normal, average human it probably is. Let’s discuss it a little further and see what you can discover which may help change all that, give you better scores and more enjoyment next time you go “adventuring” on the course.

Golf Hazards Aren’t Just Bunkers and OB’s, They’re in Your Personality Too

Harry was playing in the Saturday medal with a troubled mind and it was really affecting his game. He was making more poor shots than normal and as his embarrassment rose, so did his anger. By the 8th hole he was on the verge of disaster. On the 9th he hit a decent drive and then topped his second into the lake. It was the straw that broke the camels back and in a rage he took his bag of clubs and heaved the whole lot into the water and stormed back to the clubhouse, quite a walk as the front nine went away from the buildings.

How to Practice With Your Golf Irons

The best thing to do is go to the driving range and take a seven iron first. Get a comfortable stance and make a few rhythmic practice swings grazing the ground to establish your “bottom of the swing.”

Spike Options For Women’s Golf Shoes

When you’re looking to purchase a pair of women’s golf shoes (whether for yourself or for a female golfer in your life), there are many factors that you’ll need to consider to decide which type of shoes is best for your needs. Depending on the type of course you play, the rules they have, and whether you walk or take the cart (and if you walk, how many holes you play). One of the factors that will more than certainly be a part of your decision process is what type of spike (if any spike) you will want …

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