Ever let a doubt enter your mind just before your swing? Perhaps it might be something like one of these completions to the phrase "I doubt I..."
Choose the right club
Checked the wind direction
Took into account for the ball being above/below my feet
Lined up to that far tree
Marked my ball
Have enough club to get over the bunker/lake/tree
Will keep it out of the woods
Am standing far/close enough to the ball
Can get up and down to save par
Can beat my opponent
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David Cook, PhD, former "mental training coach" of the San Antonio Spurs, suggests that performance equals potential minus distractions. This is true. When I was younger friends of my parents used to tell me that I had lots of potential, but I was too easily distracted by a bright-shiny objects. Activities, accomplishments, and awards easily attracted my attention away from using my potential. The same is true today in my personal life, my family, my business, and my golf game.
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"Looking for a new putter? Before I make a suggestion, perhaps a few questions will help narrow down the putter that will be right for you.
Traditional, belly, forearm, chest, or shoulder?
Sideways or face-on?
Mallet, blade, or really weird?
Face, toe, or heel weighting?
Straight steel or plastic insert?
Heel, center, or off-set?
Steel or graphite shafts?
Straight, "C", or no-grooves?
Fancy head cover?
Round, trigger, or fat grips?
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It might be easy or convenient to think that the world’s most successful people were just born with natural abilities that the majority of individuals don’t possess. However, if you were to research these men and women carefully, the common traits you would find are a thirst for knowledge and a dedication to learning. The great scientists and captains of industry didn’t just happen upon the skills and knowledge that led to their life-changing discoveries or their incredible power and ... Read more...
Did you play with your children last week? No guilt trip here. I confess that I didn't play with my children as they were growing up. Now, I wish I had. Here are several ideas you can use to plan this week's play time with the family. Try them out. Let me know what worked for you. Have other ideas, please feel free to share them here.
1. "It's NOT About You!" It's NOT About Winning the Game! It's even NOT about your children! Surprised? It's about your grandchildren! As your children see ... Read more...