Category Archives: Mental Golf Newsletters

THE BIGGEST DETRIMENT TO YOUR GOLF GAME IS FEAR

Did your golf dreams come true this summer? Dreaming about what you want to accomplish in golf will not bring it about. A dream is a manifestation of what your fondest desires are. To make your dreams happen, you need … Continue reading

THE MOST IMPORTANT LESSON IN GOLF

When you first decided to learn how to play golf you probably took a lesson and a golf pro taught you the fundamentals and mechanics of how the swing works. This is a left-brain function. Beginning golfers have lists of … Continue reading

ENTRAIN YOUR HEART & BRAIN FOR PEAK GOLF PERFORMANCES

It is of the utmost importance to have a clear mindset before going to the golf course. You are the only one who thinks in your mind so you are the only one who can create or change your mindset. … Continue reading

How can I get into the zone on the golf course?

The Tokyo Olympic Games with 339 events, will begin in a couple of weeks on July 23rd after a year’s delay due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is a good time to learn from these world-class athletes about how they … Continue reading

How good is your golf course management?

The following article was published yesterday in Women’s Golf emagazine at https://www.womensgolf.com How Good is Your Golf Course Management? Peak Performance Psychologist Joan King’s favorite course management golf tips include pre-round planning and making the best shot and club selection … Continue reading

ARE YOU OVERTHINKING YOUR GOLF GAME?

Recently I have been helping several high school softball pitchers with the anxiety they are experiencing in pressure game situations. All of them indicated that they were struggling with overthinking. They are thinking about unrelated things while playing and are … Continue reading

MAINTAIN A NON-JUDGMENTAL ATTITUDE ON THE GOLF COURSE

One of the keys to having a good mental golf game is to have NO SELF-JUDGMENT.  The less judgmental you are towards yourself and others, the more balanced and centered you can be. Judgment is the comparison between how something … Continue reading

EMOTIONAL FREEDOM ON THE GOLF COURSE

With the advent of Spring, I am beginning my 29th year of counseling golfers how to balance their mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual bodies to produce lower scores on the golf course by accessing “the zone state” of being. It … Continue reading

How can I control my mind so I will be more consistent playing golf?

Your unconscious mind is what controls your involuntary actions. We operate 95 percent of our lives according to our subconscious programs. It is 30,000 times more powerful than your conscious mind. Your subconscious mind is subjective and works like your … Continue reading

Feel the love of playing golf in your heart

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY February is the month of love. The feeling of love comes from your heart. The feeling of hitting a perfect golf shot resonates in your heart. Discounting that feeling by judging the result keeps you in your … Continue reading