ULTIMATE MENTAL GAME OF GOLF

L2: Two golfers UL

Two golfers

 

Two golfers – the lesson from Advanced Mental Coaching for the mental game of golf.

 

 

Opportunity to improve the results

 

In the early stages of playing golf demands for good results are higher. Player achieves a certain level and tries to keep it. At this time golfers are choosing the path on which they’ll continue their golfing journey. They can transform either into “players who play their game” or into “improvement-oriented players”.

 

This situation occurs at the point where player chooses to accept his game as his peak performance. He accepts his current level as final (maybe because it represents the average of players he is surrounded with). Decision-making closes and ideas on growth are offset.

 

“It is very likely that a belief of a player without focus on positive and better performance won’t be affected even by a series of following successes. Likewise, another type of player will be determined at this point as well.”

 

This is the player who loves to go after the win and each subsequent round, each subsequent tournament, each following season is for him opportunity to improve his results. This happens regardless of his challenges or even failures.

 

Big decisions

 

That player who focuses his attention to improving his game is deliberately avoiding stagnation. For majority of players, the goal is to stay at the level best suited for them that means to make as few mistakes as possible.

 

Those who regularly take part in tournaments and carefully follow their handicap numbers surely heard the statement “He played his game”.

 

“Our own level of game-play is equivalent of the time in which we adopt a certain performance as ours.”

 

By staying in this standard, we either stagnate – that means that we are not improving. Or we are decide not to remain in the current standard and we are using it just as a new step – as a rebound bridge to move further. Such small decisions are actually big decisions and separate performance players from weekend players.

 

Conclusion

 

In the early stages of playing golf demands for good results are higher. Player achieves a certain level and tries to keep it. At this time golfers are choosing the path on which they’ll continue their golfing journey. They can transform either into “players who play their game” or into “improvement-oriented players”. By staying in this standard, we either stagnate – that means that we are not improving. Or we are decide not to remain in the current standard and we are using it just as a new step – as a rebound bridge to move further.

 

Important questions

 

What kind of player are you? Do you like to win? Are you looking for excuses or solutions? What was your last tournament result?

 

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