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The Role of Psychology in Golf The role of psychology in golf plays a very big role in the way you perform a bad shot might affect the rest of your game bringing it down on a steady decline Or a great shot can lead you to the best game you have ever played It is obvious to everyone that mental attitude thought processes the inner self and various other psychological mysteries can seriously affect performance especially in golf with its fine margins high levels of uncertainty and bad bounces What isnt so obvious to everyone is that this can be changed Try to imagine youre having a bad day on the golf course you couldnt hit the green from 10 yards away with a pitching wedge how do you react to this as the round continues on Here is your choices you can either respond in a silly reckless manner by accepting the fact that its a bad day by getting control of the situation and continuing on calmly Or you could take a normal golfers approach responding to each little setback by letting the emotion well up inside until it explodes releasing years of buried stress by destroying the course your equipment your partner yourself or all of these The first choice no one thinks it could possibly work because everyone takes the other choice and they take firm control getting powered and pumped up they think of wreaking havoc and causing physical revenge on clubs or course they get really wound up in perfect time for the terrible tee-shot just around the corner So if this is the route to recovery why does play get worse All behavior has consequence and in exacting physical activities like golf so does thought Yes I believe how you are thinking over the ball will influence the outcome of the shot Thought processes like behavior are reinforced by long-term repetition over time and by
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