Tag: psychology

Pia Nilsson: World’s Leading Female Golf Coach

January 8, 2015
Pia Nilsson: World’s Leading Female Golf Coach

When Swedish golf was in its golden era, the coach at the helm was Pia Nilsson.  Since then she has been at the forefront of golf coaching.  Pia is recognised as the world’s leading female golf coach and has a knack of finding out what is required for players of all levels to improve their […]

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5 Tips to Avoid Paralysis from Over Analysis

December 16, 2014 0 Comments
5 Tips to Avoid Paralysis from Over Analysis

The pressure is on. You are about to play an important shot. What should you think about? How much should you think? Golfing nirvana (apparently) is where you don’t think about anything as you are playing a shot.  In Caddyshack, Ty Webb had this to say, “I’m going to give you a little advice. There’s […]

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Are you a Creature of Habit?

August 30, 2013
Are you a Creature of Habit?

When I hear the phrase “we are creatures of habit” I think of how unbalanced I can feel if I don’t stick to (or closely to) my morning routine. For some people the morning routine needs to involve exercise, whether that’s running, walking, swimming, yoga or Pilates.  It could even be something more sedate like […]

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Three Elements of State

July 29, 2013
Three Elements of State

You know the feeling that one moment you on top of the world in the next you are consumed by overwhelm. While these might be extreme they indicate the big differences in how we feel. You might give these feelings labels such as excitement, joy, elation, or on the other hand, they could be overwhelm, […]

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