Sometimes golfers can put up mental barriers built out of past performances and how they view themselves as a golfer. As they play more rounds they start to establish a range of scores in which they tend to shoot most often. This is what is commonly referred to as the "comfort zone". This term has … Continue reading The Improvement Zone
So what is confidence and where does it come from? Or even more importantly, why can we lose it and where does it go? One definition of confidence is "the belief that one can count on something". When it comes to confidence in golf, it isn't always as easy to explain ...
We were all beginner golfers at some point. It's easy to get off on the wrong track in golf when you're a beginner. Here's 10 beginner mistakes to avoid when you start your golf journey. 10. Buying expensive equipment Sure, equipment technology has come a long way. However, it can be daunting getting equipped with all … Continue reading Golf Tips for Beginners: 10 Mistakes You Can Avoid
You often hear amateur golfers say that they play their best golf once they stop caring, or at the beginning of the year after a bit of lay off from golf. Often attributing it to not having any expectations on the golf course and therefore being more relaxed and loose out there. Then once they … Continue reading Expectations in Golf
How many times have you seen someone berating themselves on the course after a poor shot? It happens all the time, whether it's yourself or your playing partner. The words "way to slice it in the water you idiot" or "leave another putt short you chicken" are heard echoing down the fairways. We've all been … Continue reading Be Your Own Caddy