3 Stages of golf pre-tournament routine

3 Stages of golf pre-tournament routine

3 Stages of golf pre-tournament routine are basic. There are more additional stages about which you can learn in following posts.

Stage #1 Relaxation

“Relax” is not just a phrase. What I mean by relaxing is – using relaxation techniques. Relaxation techniques are continual instructions that create physical and mental relieving.

“Simple instructions help you use direct offense against the challenges on the golf course – faster than anything else.”

Your co-players will just watch you with amazement how you handled current situation. But the best reward for you will be the feeling – of having control over the outcome.

How to learn the real relaxation techniques? For goodness sake, please, just don’t ask any guru, shaman or motivational speaker or self-proclaimed mentor.

“Ask a psychologist. The fastest way would be to take from your pocket GOLF THE EASY WAY.”

Those who are in our Academy are receiving it for free when they enrolled into any course. By the way, – the relaxation part is by far – the most favorite by our students.

Stage #2 Stretching

The smart way to avoid making unwanted shot at the first hole – is to have time reserved for stretching.

“Learn how to stretch body muscles in the proper way – that means – always contact a certified professional, otherwise you’ll assume the risk probability of an injury.”

Now, – when you released your muscles from some pressure, the next thing is to remind your body on movements – that are required for the swing.

Stage #3 Time reserve

At whatever circumstances – make sure to have enough time reserve. Before any tournament, – go to driving range – and practice at least thirty minutes – before starting the competitive round.

“Practice smart or don’t practice at all.”

our body needs to be reminded on how to do the motion again. Yes, I’ve heard those stories from my golfing buddy – how he played better – when he didn’t practice at all.

The last thing you want to rely on

If something like this occurs, – it is a matter of coincidence and luck. Luck – is the last thing you want to rely on. Only – stability can give you necessary confidence – that won’t be easy to break by any challenge.

But you are – a person who is focused on improving results therefore you are interested in another stage of pre-tournament routine as well.