Many of the people that come to me are more than simply frustrated. They often feel inept and demoralized. It’s no exaggeration to say some feel despair.
This blog is to provide you with increased awareness of the role of the target and how that awareness can improve your game significantly without you having to try changing your swing, which is enormously difficult.
“When your vision moves around, you pick up feedback that makes its way into the hands and brain, and you overwhelm yourself with information.”
What if we stopped trying to fix whatever is going on? What if we just let it be? What if we surrendered and gave up trying to control it?
Golfers are like dieters who see themselves as less than ideal, too weak to overcome their cravings, not strong willed enough to maintain a certain way of eating, and failures because they regain weight.
It was more of a compulsion. I felt out of control, in chaos, desperate. I wanted out of my misery. In seeking salvation in golf mechanics, I was like an alcoholic under stress reaching for a drink.
Guelph Gryphon’s coach Tim O’Connor borrowed something from world champion snowboarder Shaun White to get his rookie squad ready for the Canadian University / College Championships.
Mental performance coach Tim O’Connor learned a few things about himself and his own game as he competed in his annual club championship.
Mental performance coach Tim O’Connor says Dustin Johnson did the only thing he could to win, which was to stay focused on the things he could control.