OSVEA Score Card 

Download the OSVEA Score Card to help your students become process focused here. 

 

Process Focus Triangle

Use the Process Focus Score Card to maintain thoughts and feelings that will avoid anger, tension and wasted shots on the golf course. Scoring your key process goals after every hole is a tactic that has helped some of the worlds best players deal with the stress of playing for millions of dollars.

 

Challenge Cards Process

The Process Challenge allows students to actively engage their mind in tasks that will help them self discover a new level of process focus. This can lead to a player becoming more relaxed and enjoying competitive golf.

 

Challenge Cards Strategy

The Strategy Challenge allows students to actively engage their mind in tasks that will help them self discover a new level of golfing tactics. This helps players shoot lower scores even when their ball striking is a little off.

 

Good Shot Journal

As humans we are programmed to recall negative events. This is an innate human survival mechanism that has helped humans become the most dominant species on the planet. However if we want to access our best golf more often, we must break free of repeatedly recalling our negative experiences on the golf course and relive the sight and sounds of our best shots.

 

Thought Trainer

The Science of Happiness suggests that the tasks detailed on this worksheet can help personal and sporting performance.

 

Thought Tracker

Engaging in the Thought Tracker Challenge and reflecting on your personal patterns of thinking can help the development of self awareness and provide compelling reasons to engage in a psychological conditioning program.

 

Transition Training Journal

The Transition Training Journal is designed for students to take notes on the processes that help them successfully complete Transition Training challenges. Self recording and then reflecting on what is logged in this journal will help students retain thoughts and feelings that are conducive to them playing their best golf. Students can then transition what is actively discovered in practice into competitive play in the form of process goals.