Still frustrated by the inconsistent nature of your game? If you’re stuck in a loop of trying the same things again and again, perhaps a new approach is in order. From high handicap golfers to touring professionals, the solution is the same — you will lower your score when you embrace a mindset change.
Some people think that mental training is only for “serious golfers,” and they are sorely mistaken.
In my work with golfers of every level, there’s never been a case where a client didn’t see radical improvement by applying my proven mental game strategies to their game.
It’s not rocket science, but it’s also not a quick fix. The direct benefits are in proportion to the amount of consistent effort you put toward improving your thought habits.
Mental game training isn’t something you do separate from working on the technical side of your game. It’s something that enhances your technical skills. The hardest part is consistently applying the step-by-step strategies so that you don’t fall back into old habits. You have to be persistent and do the work.
Think about every time you try to improve a mechanical element in your swing. Just having your swing coach TELL you what you need to do is not sufficient. You must spend consistent time working to apply the new changes to your existing swing.
It works the same way when you are learning how to leverage your mental tools. First you have to understand what they are and what they can do. Then you must learn how to apply them to your game day after day, until they have become a habit.
Changing the way you are used to thinking or doing something requires you to be open to change, and a solid 90 days of application to make it stick. Even though growth may come with some short-lived growing pains, you must ask yourself which is more painful — staying stuck right where you are, or embracing something new.
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