22
Apr

Bubba Watson wins Masters with an attitude of gratitude

If you saw Sunday’s final round of the 2014 Masters Championship, you were rewarded with the magnificence of Bubba Watson. Not only was he hitting the golf ball over 300 yards at will, his irons were laser-like at every pin. His amazing play led to him capturing his second green jacket at Augusta National. However, […]

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10
Apr

Matt Jones shows us the power of full committment to your shot

In 1879, Thomas Edison proclaimed he would publicly display his light bulb invention by year’s end, yet all his experiments had failed up until that point in time. President John F. Kennedy stated that we would land a man on the moon and return him safely by decade’s end, yet the materials to accomplish that […]

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12
Nov

Body language is key to playing your best golf

One word comes to mind when you watched Chris Kirk play this past Sunday at St. Simons, GA: Relaxed. Kirk’s body language gives you the impression that he is feeling zero pressure. His mannerisms are like that of someone playing with his buddies at home for a $2  nassau.  His shoulders are relaxed and his […]

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07
Aug

Get into the Zone like Tiger Woods!

Unbelievable. Incredible. Amazing. Words pale in description of Tiger Woods’ second round performance at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.  Anyone who was lucky enough to see that round in person or on television witnessed some of the best golf ever played in competition. Tiger was hitting prodigious drives, lazer-like irons and making putts from everywhere. Through fourteen […]

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26
May

Make Every Course Your Favorite for Greater Scores

As a golf psychologist and sports psychologist, I always get the question about mental toughness. Here is an example of sports psychology at a premium: By any stretch of the imagination, the greens at the Quail Hollow Club were below par for a PGA TOUR event. The weather this Spring in Charlotte was cold and […]

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