Golf Mental Game – How to Maintain Focus in Golf

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Focus in Golf – Golf lesson and golf tips on how important it is to focus on every hole while you are playing golf and what can be done to make sure you don’t lose focus along the way.

► Golf Focus Tips – Video Golf Lesson Summary

Amateur golfers usually go around their rounds with 2 stretch of holes, a good 9 holes and a bad 9 holes. Sometimes it’s in the front 9 they are performing better or sometime it’s in the back 9. For some reason, the turn in the middle has an effect on scores as you are comparing your scorecard against your handicap or against your playing partners.

I would encourage you to break down your scorecards into 3 hole sections so that you have 6 mini-rounds in total and not only 2 as you normally would have. Try to set yourself some objectives on where you would want your shot total to be for each mini-sections. This is especially useful when you are playing a course that you play often and know well. You’ll be able to set yourself some real and attainable objectives, especially if groups of 3 holes might be more difficult than others. Try to set your objectives so that if you succeed in every one of your mini-rounds you would shoot 4 shots under your handicap overall.

If you achieve your target on a mini-round, great continue on. If you fail to achieve your target on a mini-round, don’t sweat it and move on to the next mini-round, trying to view that new group of 3 holes as a new round entirely.

This technique should help in preventing these long good 9 holes, bad 9 holes stretches that we mentioned earlier. And it will make you focus on each hole much more, which should help improve your scores.

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