Jul 15, 2007
Do you sabotage your mental game by worrying too much about your score and what you are shooting on the golf course?
This golf psychology podcast highlights why having a score orientated focus on the golf course keeps you stuck from playing your best. With a score focus a golfer stays in a comfort zone that is based on a golfer's expectations of score.
Golf Psychology expert Dr. Patrick Cohn explains why focusing on what you need to do to attain a good score will help you play your best on the course. By changing your mental game focus to playing golf shots and not trying to keep score you can break through mental game barriers.