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Managing your nerves in golf - You are standing on the final hole with a 6 foot putt to win. Your palms are sweaty, you’re fielding a myriad of thoughts, your body feels jittery, and your stomach seems to have a pinball game going on inside it. Suddenly, a mostly enjoyable round has become a battle of the nerves. Whether you are playing for skins with your buddies, or to qualify for the U.S. Open, stress and anxiety can play a big role when it comes to your performance.

Overcoming Golf Nerves - Getting Your Butterflies to Fly in Formation - Training for Optimal Performance

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Steven Fox made an birdie putt on the hole Sunday, completing a remarkable underdog run to win the U.

Do You Focus on Missing or Making Putts? | Beat Golf Putting Yips

Do You Focus on Missing or Making Putts?

Does Your Smooth Putting Stroke Change on the Course? | Beat Golf Putting Yips

Does Your Smooth Putting Stroke Change on the Course?

Why Does this Golfer Only Struggle with Long Putts? | Beat Golf Putting Yips

Why would the putting yips only show up on longer putts from or longer? Most golfers struggle with the short ones or easy shots.

Short putt mental game tips

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Simple simple tips to help golfers make more short putts

Mental Golf Tip - Research has proven that visualization increases putting accuracy.  When you visualize successfully making the putt, it can boost accuracy up to 30%. However, negative visualizations or if you picture missing the putt can decline accuracy by 20%!  Train your mind to succeed on the course with the Mental Caddie.  More at http://www.mentalcaddie.com

Mental Golf Tip - Research has proven that visualization increases putting accuracy. When you visualize successfully making the putt, it can boost accuracy up to 30%. However, negative visualizations or if you picture missing the putt can decline accuracy by 20%! Train your mind to succeed on the course with the Mental Caddie. More at http://www.mentalcaddie.com

The Open 2012: Luke Donald believes he is ready to win a major title as Ian Poulter struggles to solve English puzzle

The Open 2012: Luke Donald believes he is ready to win a major title as Ian Poulter struggles to solve English puzzle

The Open Luke Donald believes he is ready to win a major title as Ian Poulter struggles to solve English puzzle

Our five favorite putting practice techniques to help you putt like  a pro! #golf #instruction #gif

Our five favorite putting practice techniques to help you putt like a pro!

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