Wed May 22 2013
All golfers get tense at important stages of a round - and tension can lead to a quick, nervous swing or rash judgement. How often have you reflected on a shot to think - what on earth was I thinking? Learn how to cope when things heat up.
Trying too hard can often be the undoing of a great round. Learning to trust your instincts can go a long way to creating birdie golf.
The long winter days can be a drain on our energy reserves so follow these tips to boost your game.
When you are nervous your muscles become tense, which for a golfer is bad news. Some golfers get over their nerves after the first tee, for others the pressure of winning or something as simple as a two inch putt can create nerves.
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