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Action Plan for Golfing Success

Aug 17th 2010 at 8:26 AM

Golf is a simple game to play, but difficult to master. Only smart golfers attain golfing success through a smart action plan.
Many are in the game of golf, but smart golfers are few and far between. What separates smart golfers from the rest is not so much that they have some innate qualities as that they know what they want and strive to achieve it with a smart action plan.
As with everything else, success requires strategies; it never lands on your lap. You must set your goals: short-term and long-term goals, with mid-term ones in between.
Goals are based on your abilities - what you can do as a golfer at whatever level you may be playing. After setting the goals, you must device a means to track your Progress at achieving your goals, such as scoring average, driving distance, as well as accuracy.
Then take appropriate action to bring your pre-determined goals into fruition.
The action plan includes managing yourself in the way you play the game. Get the right equipment. How well you play the game depends on the choice of your equipment. Also, develop a fitness program. Golfing success relies heavily on not just the techniques but also the physical strength, stamina and endurance throughout the game.
After the initial preparation, map out a practice schedule, with the help of a coach, or an experienced golfer who can mentor your golfing success.
Your action plan should include everything, from developing a pre-shot routine to saving strokes around the green. With that plan, you begin to develop the mental and the physical aspects of golfing success.
Ben Hogan once said: Golf is 80 percent mental and 20 percent physical. Being mentally fit means you have the willpower to overcome any hurdles. Being mentally fit also implies you need to visualize how you are going to play your stroke. You must harness your mental ability routinely before striking a putt. To illustrate, you already know how you want to play the hole. After you have hit your tee shots to where you originally intended, you should start thinking about the next shot. Drawing from previous experience, you start visualizing what you want to do next. Do not allow yourself be distracted by what is happening around you. As soon as you put on your glove, your thoughts should be focusing on what you should do to hit the ball, while you start imagining and visualizing the shot at hand. Visualization is effective in dispelling any negative thoughts you may have about the game. Good visualization is good mental golf for success.
Your mental fitness is reinforced by positive thinking, which all smart golfers should possess. Given that golf is in fact a difficult game in many respects, many golfers tend to suffer from low self-esteem. How you see yourself influences how well you play in the game. Many golfers talk themselves out of perfectly playable shots, so don't be one of them.
Your mental fitness should refrain you from losing your temper, which never goes hand in hand with golfing success. Your temper tantrums may unnerve you, and rob you of your concentration, not to mention depriving you the capability to visualize the game for success.
stephen lau

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Oct 28th 2013 at 1:51 AM by foxychops
I will pass this onto my friend who is a amateur golfer here in South Africa
   

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