20 Minute Golf Tune-Up: Overcoming Mistakes and Frustration

Paul McCarthy, Marc Jones

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Abstract

Ruminating on errors and letting annoyances take hold are sure-fire ways of imploding on a round. Part of the ‘20 Minute Golf Tune-Up’ series, this book is designed to help golfers tackle the insidious effects that mistakes and frustration can have on performance. Through the examination of commonly experienced scenarios, readers will soon be playing better, more effective golf. Sections include what to do when:
…you give yourself a really hard time if you don’t hit a perfect shot every time
…you can’t seem to control your emotions when you get angry
…you feel frustrated when you don’t play to your expectations
…you feel frustrated when you do not chip well
…you lose motivation to train if you don’t do well in a game at the weekend
…slow players frustrate you and make you play poorly
The book concludes with a must-read section on Self-talk
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationStaffordshire
PublisherBennion Kearny
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

Name20 Minute Golf Tune-Up
PublisherBennion Kearny

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Keywords

  • golf psychology
  • sport psychology
  • golf practice

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McCarthy, P., & Jones, M. (2017). 20 Minute Golf Tune-Up: Overcoming Mistakes and Frustration. (20 Minute Golf Tune-Up). Staffordshire: Bennion Kearny.
McCarthy, Paul ; Jones, Marc. / 20 Minute Golf Tune-Up: Overcoming Mistakes and Frustration. Staffordshire : Bennion Kearny, 2017. 25 p. (20 Minute Golf Tune-Up).
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Staffordshire : Bennion Kearny, 2017. 25 p. (20 Minute Golf Tune-Up).

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McCarthy P, Jones M. 20 Minute Golf Tune-Up: Overcoming Mistakes and Frustration. Staffordshire: Bennion Kearny, 2017. 25 p. (20 Minute Golf Tune-Up).