Category Archives for "Articles: The Mental Game"

The Dreaded Slump

By Wayne | Articles: The Mental Game

It all starts to break down, slowly at first, so that you hardly notice, a bad round, followed by another. Just a few shots higher, but that feeling of control is slipping away. The shots aren’t as solid, there are more trees in the way of your imperfect drives, the putts are lipping out instead of in.

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Just Trust It?

By Wayne | Articles: The Mental Game

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The Mood of The Warrior

By Wayne | Articles: The Mental Game

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The Mental Game: On Playing Bad

By Wayne | Articles: The Mental Game

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Golf is NOT a Game of Confidence

By Wayne | Articles: The Mental Game

You might be wondering, after reading the title of this article, whether or not there was a typo in the wording. “Doesn’t he mean the opposite?” you might suppose. Isn’t it an accepted fact that confidence is everything to a golfer, and that without it you are destined to fail? It would certainly be against the grain to suggest that confidence is not a good thing, but that is not what I am going to postulate here.

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