Category Archives: Golf Psychology

Golf Psychology – Improve your game from your inbox (Week 2)

Golf Psychology

Golf Psychology

A small red spot on the glove of golfer Louis Oosthuizen is credited with playing a critical role in his winning of The Open Championship at St Andrews in 2010.

The idea came from Karl Morris, a Manchester sports psychologist who was asked to help Oosthuizen improve his concentration before starting his swing after a string of disappointing results in previous golfing events.

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Golf Psychology – Improve your game from your inbox (Week 1)

Golf Psychology

Golf Psychology

Over the next few weeks we will be looking at some ideas on how to improve the mental game of golf.

Ben Crenshaw (Masters Winner ’84 & ’95) said: “I am about 5 inches from being an outstanding golfer. That’s the distance from my left ear to my right.” Improving your mental game will allow you to improve your score from your inbox.

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