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The Shot Routine

Golf is a game in which we need to be able to learn to switch from enjoying our surroundings and our playing partners into a highly focused state which connects us with the shot required. Learning how to practice this key part of the mental game will help us become better players. Unless we are able to give every shot our best effort and attention, we will not get closer to playing to our potential. The thing to recognize here, is that this relaxed concentration is something we can learn and and improve every time we play. Eventually, it will become part of our subconscious and we wont even realize we are doing it. The shot routine will help you do this. This is one of the integral parts of playing better golf and is one of the fundamentals of my mental game audio teaching.

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Dr. Patrick Cohn, author of The Mental Game of Golf at www.peaksports.com, helps golfer improve their confidence and success on the golf course. Learn how to focus on the target instead of the trouble. Visit www.peaksports.com to download a free report to improve your preshot routines.

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Dr. Patrick Cohn, author of The Mental Game of Golf at www.peaksports.com, helps golfer improve their confidence and success on the golf course. Visit www.peaksports.com to download a free report to improve your preshot routines.

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Dr. Patrick Cohn, author of The Mental Game of Golf at www.peaksports.com, helps golfer improve their confidence and success on the golf course. Learn how to focus on the target instead of the trouble. Visit http to download a free report to improve your preshot routines.

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Golf- A Mental Game

Had to tell a story without using dialogue for a class project.

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My Golf Rehab – Round 4

Well, today I had my first club match of the season, a team of 5 players against other local clubs, handicaps between 10 and 15, this is the first round of the knock out stages!

Hmmmm, I lost ! However, I put that down to a lack of match practise, it's been over a year since I played a competitive singles match.

The most intriguing thing is that my whole mental outlook has changed now. I went down quite early on after a shaky start,  she parred the first, I bogied, same on the 2nd hole. But intsead of thinking as I would previously of the whole picture and worrying early on about the end result,  I stayed really calm and was able to enjoy 'small victories' on the way.

What was even more interesting was that in the last 3 holes of the match, my opponent started to make a lot of mistakes, unfortunately I couldn't capitalise on them but instead of being devastated at losing, I find myself looking forward to my next challenge.

I've still only done a 10th of Wade's golf mental training course and I know that as I work my way thorugh I will really start to reap the benefits.

Onwards and upwards!

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