Are you struggling with your thoughts, feelings and emotions on the golf course?
Learn how your mind works, so you can get out of your own way and play your best golf more often.
I’ve yet to meet the golfer who doesn’t play better with less on their mind, rather than more.
So why do golfers spend so much time gathering more information; more things to think about, more things to worry about?
Clarity of mind doesn’t come from information, from knowledge.
It comes from understanding.
To play your best golf, to play with freedom, you need to understand three things:
You need to understand your golf swing.
You need to understand the game.
And you need to understand yourself.
Where would you like to begin?
Sounds bonkers but scores don’t lie!
Instant improvement in the second round of the Wallasey Seniors Championship today.
On the first tee I reminded myself that I love golf. I love the challenge, I love hitting good shots, love hitting recovery shots and love playing in the rain.
Every time my mind started getting anxious I just accepted it and let it pass.
Focused on awareness of balance in my swing. On how smoothly the putter moves.
Enjoyed my golf game, won best gross.
As I said earlier, bonkers!
I’ll let you know when I’m back to scratch.
My golf was poor, I wasn’t enjoying it.
I was wondering whether all the time, effort and money was worth it.
I’d taken dozens of lessons, read books, golf magazines and watched hundreds of YouTube videos.
The frustration I was feeling on the course began to follow me home.
One conversation with Sam changed everything.
It led to a completely new perspective on my golf swing, on the game, and on my life.”
When you’re struggling with your game, it’s often hard to know where to start.
Are doubts about your golf swing making you feel anxious?
Or are your anxious feelings causing tension in your swing?
This article will help you take the first step on the path to finding your best golf again.
“Just a quick note to say thank you for the lesson yesterday. It was great to talk to someone who knows as much about the mental side of the game as they do about the golf swing. I felt so much better on the course today and hit some really good shots.
Golf feels like fun again!”
Milton Keynes, UK
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Sam (at) samjarmangolf.com