May 27, 2023 at 06:28 PM
By Guy W
Guy WStatesville, NC
Recently it seems like my game has become bipolar. One hole I'm striping it then the next it looks like I've never played before. I have recently decided to get serious and have been practicing more as well as working out regularly (well almost regularly). I guess the question is what can I do to get through this rough patch. I feel it's more phycological than swing related. When I start getting frustrated my mind seems to loose focus. Looking for tips to help me get my thoughts under control and refocus. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Edward KWesley Chapel, FL
May 31, 2023 at 03:00 PM
It's just mental conditioning. If you ever played another sport I think it makes the mental side of golf easier. I played D3 basketball and played baseball. If I missed a 3 I never once thought about missing the next one. Same with baseball. Last AB didn't matter. Go out there and get a hit this time. Just apply that to golf. Don't dwell on that fat shot. Concentrate on hitting the next one on the green or in the fairway. Also realize golf is hard. If it was easy I'd be on the senior tour right now making tons of money and I'd charge you for this advice. Haha. Seriously though, good luck on getting through this.
Chuck ZMt Pleasant, SC
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