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New Golf eBooks help players of all standards to beat their “Monkey brain” No swing changes required. Simple, practical psychology as used by England’s World Cup soccer stars. Works for high-handicappers, club players and pros A new range of Golf eBooks – based on a similar approach to the neuroscience …

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Sometimes the green keeper has a bad day at the office. Look out for the signs as tees can be placed on down slopes and pins tucked close to bunkers and near water hazards. These are the rounds whereby you need to have your thinking cap on or you will ‘short side’ yourself all day long and be unable to …

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A number of golfers have experienced playing partners performing really well in the weekly medal until they start thinking about their great golf score; and then land up falling to pieces on the homeward stretch. My own experiences are, this slump in performance is normally attributed to a number of things, such …

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Graham J Gordon from GolfblogspotUK demonstrates an example of a potential card wrecker for the mid – high handicap golfer and the reward of the more advanced golfer being able to execute a fairway shot over water at the 10th hole at Newmachar Golf Club, Aberdeen, Scotland. What would you do in this golf …