Author Archives: Joan

Are your negative patterns controlling your golf game?

I have been waiting patiently for the past three weeks to have my computer restored after it shut down while I was in Florida for the holidays so I could send out this blog. The new hard drive was ordered … Continue reading

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

As 2017 comes to a close, I would like to thank you for being a reader of my mental golf blog. It is my mission to offer emotional and mental support on and off the golf course so you can … Continue reading

Train Your Golf Brain for 2018 Now

Imagine your golf game where you feel in complete control. Where it is easy for you to stay in the moment and focus easily on each shot. You are able to let go of missed shots and trust your swing. … Continue reading

Inner mind game keys for golf

The month of December signals the end of the year and forecasts the beginning of a new year. As this year draws to a close, now is the time to reflect about what you learned and what you did or did not … Continue reading

The Spirit of the Game of Golf

Anyone who has ever played the game of golf knows that it is different from all other sports and games. Besides the intricacy of combining one’s body parts to be in sync to hit/stroke the sitting ball squarely, golf is … Continue reading

You are the author of your life story

As the year of 2017 winds down, it is an opportunity to look back and reflect on the successes you have had, the missed opportunities, and the life-long memories you created. It’s a good time to ask yourself if you … Continue reading

Improve Your Golf Game with an Attitude of Gratitude

Tomorrow, November 23, 2017, is Thanksgiving Day here in the USA. It is a time when we give thanks for the abundance in our lives. Thankfulness, gratitude, or appreciation is a positive feeling of the heart that acknowledges what we … Continue reading

Balance is a mental key for a smooth, solid golf swing

Playing golf at your personal best requires maintaining a healthy balance between your mind, body, emotions and soul. Your thoughts, feelings, beliefs and attitudes can negatively or positively affect your golf game. Your golf swing is a good indicator of … Continue reading

Fall is a wonderful time to play golf

Fall is a beautiful time of year here in western North Carolina. It is magical to see the green leaves reaching their peak colors of red, yellow, orange and gold before they begin to fall to the ground. Fall golf … Continue reading

Anchor Your Best Golf Shots for More Consistency

Golfers think of anchoring as holding a golf club in contact with the body. However, a mental anchor is totally different. It is a NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) technique for inducing a certain frame of mind or emotion. It can be … Continue reading