Golf's Mental Game & The 4-Footer

Golf's Mental Game & The 4-Footer

Joe Culverhouse
  • Author: Joseph Culverhouse
  • Manager - GLT Content and Communications
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Today, we'll kick off GLT's latest mini series, built around golf's mental game and designed for coaches to easily share with players, by discussing one of the most fearsome putts in golf, the four footer.

As golfers, the 4-foot putt is something almost all of us dread. This is because most golfers have become fixated on the outcome of the putt. The outcome of a putt is something we can’t control, and when we focus on things we can’t control, it leads to stress and tension.

DeChambeau Claims Second Straight Tournament, Remains Atop FedEx Cup

DeChambeau Claims Second Straight Tournament, Remains Atop FedEx Cup

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  • Author: Akhil Patel
  • GLT Content Writer & Developer
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With victories at The Northern Trust and, most recently, the Dell Technologies Championship, Bryson DeChambeau became the first player to win back-to-back tournaments on the PGA Tour this year. He is also only the second player to win the first two tournaments of the FedEx Cup, the first being Vijay Singh in 2008.

DeChambeau Champions Northern Trust, Tops FedEx Standings

DeChambeau Champions Northern Trust, Tops FedEx Standings

Akhil Patel
  • Author: Akhil Patel
  • GLT Content Writer & Developer
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Bryson DeChambeau has earned his second PGA Tour victory this year in The Northern Trust at the Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, NJ.  This win pushes DeChambeau to no.12 in the WGR and to the top of the FedEx Cup rankings.

 

Golf Psychology - Pre-Shot Routine - O & S of OSVEA

Golf Psychology - Pre-Shot Routine - O & S of OSVEA

Iain Highfield
  • Author: Iain Highfield
  • GLT Director of Education
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  • Author 2: Joseph Culverhouse
  • Manager - GLT Content and Communications

 

Today in GLT's golf psychology series, Iain Highfield is with us again to discuss the O&S of his OSVEA pre-shot routine process, and their importance in the mental game of golf.  

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Golf Psychology - Pre-Shot Routine - OSVEA

Golf Psychology - Pre-Shot Routine - OSVEA

Iain Highfield
  • Author: Iain Highfield
  • GLT Director of Education
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Joe Culverhouse
  • Author 2: Joseph Culverhouse
  • Manager - GLT Content and Communications

 

In today's installment of the GLT golf psychology series, The Mental Game of Golf, Iain Highfield, GLT's Director of Education, takes the keyboard and gives an overview of his OSVEA pre-shot routine process.  

Golf Psychology - Pre-Shot Routine - Process v Outcome

Golf Psychology - Pre-Shot Routine - Process v Outcome

Joe Culverhouse
  • Author: Joseph Culverhouse
  • Manager - GLT Content and Communications
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In today's instalment of the GLT golf psychology series, The Mental Game of Golf, we'll take a look at how being process versus outcome focused during a pre-shot routine can be beneficial for golfers, using the recent play of Tiger Woods to exemplify.  

Golf Psychology - Swing Tips - Get More Out of Your Current Swing

Golf Psychology - Swing Tips - Get More Out of Your Current Swing

Joe Culverhouse
  • Author: Joseph Culverhouse
  • Manager - GLT Content and Communications
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In this installment of GLT’s golf psychology series, The Mental Game of Golf, we’ll round out the Mind Body Connection segment by doing something a bit different. We’ll touch on the difference between learning and performance, discuss the importance of focus, and, lastly, provide a few swing tips that foster learning and help you get the most out of your current golf swing, rather than attempt to change your swing mechanics.

Golf Psychology - Swing Tip Paralysis by Analysis

Golf Psychology - Swing Tip Paralysis by Analysis

Joe Culverhouse
  • Author: Joseph Culverhouse
  • Manager - GLT Content and Communications
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In this edition of GLT’s golf psychology series, The Mental Game of Golf, we will discuss paralysis by analysis, and continue to explore the Mind Body Connection; however, we’re going to do something we don’t usually do here at Game Like Training. We’re going to point-blank call out a segment of the golf community, the golf tips segment, to be precise.

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