Dec 23, 2007
Today's golf psychology session helps you understand how to find your 'A' game on the course! On the range, one should practice one's swing and focus on mechanics, but on the course, one should not be thinking about mechanics, but rather just on hitting the ball to the target. On the course, your shot should be automatic and you should trust your game and not over-analyze, as this will simply distract you from focusing on the here and now of your game.
Dr. Patrick Cohn, author of The Mental Game of Golf and The Mental Art of Putting, helps you think like a winner and gain confidence in your putting routine.