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Sports Psychology And Golf: Nine Golf Tips On How To Grip Your Club

According to my friend, colleague and PGA pro, Jon Manos, maintaining the proper level of tension on the golf club is one of the hardest skills for golfers to master. High handicappers often have a tendency to have a death grip on the club, especially when hitting out of high rough,  or a sand trap. The […]

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Golf Tips: The Eighty Twenty Rule In Golf

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. Psychotherapist, Author, Founder www.StayInTheZone.com    Most business people understand the 80/20 rule which states that you get eighty percent of your sales from twenty percent of your customers. Well, this concept may have some relevance where your golf game is concerned. During a recent golf lesson with my good friend and […]

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Golf Tips: How To Chip Better With Sports Psychology And Self-Hypnosis

You are close to the green and thinking par or birdie. Then you chunk the ball, fail to hit it square, or hit it too thin and you are suddenly facing a bogey. Chipping, putting and pitching can be quite frustrating, especially after a great drive and good approach shot on a par four. Also, […]

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Golf Tips: How To Stay Calm And Focused Before You Putt

By Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. When you stand over a putt, it is a good idea for you to be relaxed, confident and focused. But, what is the best way to be relaxed when you are about to roll your putt into the hole? One thing that is for certain for many golfers is this: […]

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