Sometimes you find yourself on the golf course with more than your fare share of bogeys or worse.
You know those times when your B (average) game for no particular reason departs you and leaves you with a D (dumbfounded or disastrous) game that produces some big numbers on your score card.
Now, some golfers when this happens will simply lose their mind, clubs will fly or break, golf bags cop a hiding, and often this is accompanied with...
language so foul that it will make your playing partners believe you’ve been possessed by an evil spirit.
And if that doesn’t happen, well, some golfers will simply slip into a vegetative state or become non compos mentis—not of a sound mind.
Now a few, not many, will go along as if nothing happened, seemingly in complete control of their faculties and showing no signs of a mental breakdown.
How do they do it? How do they remain so calm and cool when the dark side of their game reveals itself?
This is the time you need a better and more effective coping strategy to get you back on track quickly, so the damage doesn’t get any worse.
The following approach will get your game back on the rails quickly and get your head back in the game so you can still come home strongly as if nothing bad happened.
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