How to Get More Enjoyment Out of Your Golf Game

How to Get More Enjoyment Out of Your Golf Game – No Matter Your Skill Level

Golficity Golf Instruction, Mental Game Comments

As an amateur golfer, you should be playing the game mostly for enjoyment. Sure, you want to play well, and there is certainly nothing wrong with trying to shoot the lowest score possible. However, you don’t have a paycheck riding on the outcome of each round, so there is no reason to get overly upset when things aren’t going as planned. …


Golf Podcast 158: Playing Within Yourself for a More Consistent Game

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You might have heard the phrase “play within yourself” but what does that mean exactly?  The truth is that it all boils down to playing to your strengths while avoiding your weaknesses. In this episode of The Golf Podcast hosts Frank & Mike will teach you a few ways to stay disciplined and stick to the strong aspects of your golf …


Here’s Why Every Golfer Needs a Signature Move

Mike Dowd Golf Instruction, Mental Game Comments

Every semester in my Academy, I like to give all of our young students a homework assignment.  Develop a signature move. What is a signature move? you might ask.  Well, for simplicity’s sake, let’s just say it is something akin to the saber-rattling move Chi Chi Rodriguez used to make after he dropped a particularly significant putt or Tiger Woods’s …


The Teachings Of a Psychopath – A Golf Hustler’s Playbook

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It didn’t take long to realize something was off with the guy. With an amorphous personality that rivaled his otherworldly shot-shaping abilities, he personified the emotional sequence of stepping onto the hole of your dreams for the first time, followed by the type of tee shot that makes you vow to quit the game—for real this time. His chemical imbalances …


Quick Tips to Sharpen Your Mental Game

Michael F Golf Instruction, Mental Game Comments

You’re striping your irons and bombing your driver on the range and lagging putts on the practice greens like the pros.  Your sand game is strong and you’re beginning to hit some nice fades and draws on demand.  All this means that you’re usually feeling pretty darn good about your golf game when you leave the practice facility, right?  So why does it all …