The perils of pressure—Part Two

In Monday's post, I noted that a number of players melted down during the Ontario university golf championship. Today, I describe how it happens.  October 25, 2017—To get a handle on how you can learn how to deal effectively with pressure, a good place to start is look at how golfers lose it in the first place. It starts with thinking. As a round progresses, players are prone to think more about their score and speculate on what their … [Read more...]

Better Golf Through Awareness

Ezine #10, June 28, 2017—Most amateurs think the pros on TV are super chill, under control and thinking the right thoughts. You would be wrong. They can be just as crazy as the rest of us. But the difference between the best and the rest is that elite players know how to deal with harrowing thoughts and feelings through awareness and process. One of the best examples is the story of Jason Day during the final round of the 2015 PGA … [Read more...]