I’ll never forget what Bobby Jones said many, many years ago: “There’s golf and then there’s tournament golf. They are not the same game.”
He was chronically nervous, to the point of vomiting before tournaments, when he really started competing in high level amateur events. He had to make some changes within that allowed him to “find himself” and play his natural game during tournaments.
If you’re a competitive player I’m sure you can relate to Bobby Jones. Yet the key is, and this is really the heart of the issue, how do you play your natural game while competing? That effortless brand of golf produces some of your lowest scores, right? So how does a player reconcile the realities of tournament golf and the effect it has on your performance and scores?
It’s all about mindset
Developing the proper mindset is the foundation of playing your best under pressure. This mindset is built and developed and can be done systematically. Much like learning the golf swing. There are several key areas we focus on at NitroMind Golf
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