Focus on the golf course may be necessary, but it’s not complete without a resistance to thinking about score or winning, as Michael Anthony, author of “The Mental Keys to Improve your Golf,” explains.
We’ve all seen him do it — Tiger Woods walking down the fairway, eyes toward the ground, completely focused on whatever kind of magic he is about to pull off. But, as Michael Anthony, author of “The Mental Keys to Improve Your Golf,” explains, focus is only the beginning. On this episode of Golf Smarter Tips, Michael says that within that focus must come a resistance to thinking about your score or winning — the minute you think about those competitive marks, it may force you out of the present, and out of contention.
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