Saturday, September 6, 2014

It can seem like we have our emotions in a solid feeling space when we are on the practice range and the nervousness is not turned to hi. On the other hand, most of us have lived first-hand how quickly this mind state can change as we head to the course to play or compete. It is only by learning to deliberately identify and practice how we want to feel when we are calm and centered that we have access to a skill set to tap into when it is required. The time to practice the emotional work is long before any negative momentum is creeping into our games, which really means long before we throw ourselves into “the scene of the crime.”  

- Spirit of Golf

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