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The Mental Approach To Your Golf Game

 ”Next time you go out on the course, try to remember how you played so athletically as a kid. In the simplest terms, this is a lot of what working on your golf mental game is all about: learning to play like a kid again. By Eric Ah-Yuen

The Mental Approach

“…too often when we think about winning while performing, we become too focused on the outcome instead of performance oriented and normally over trying is the end result. Over trying has caused more good competitors to lose competitions than any other form of mental error.“  

Athletes Success

Athletic Success – Essential Tips On How To Become A Successful Athlete And World Champion   By Eric Ah-Yuen-World Champion Athlete- Tae Kwon Do – Canada National Team Coach

Golf Digest, August 2013 “Now That’s More Like It”

With Oak Hill’s East Course playing wet and long, it catered to the physical strength that is a large part of his game. In the same type of scoring conditions, Garrigus posted his best finish in a major, a T-3 in the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional. Sitting four off the lead in a tie
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July, 2012 ”Garrigus fit, trim and playing well” at John Deere

“I was carrying around 210 pounds and sweating coming down Sunday, not making good swings, not thinking right, because my fitness wasn’t right,” he said. “My energy level wasn’t there.” So, Garrigus changed his diet, hit the gym with a vengeance and benched the familiar 27-inch putter he had dubbed “Mini Me” in favor of
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