Would you talk to someone else the way you talk to yourself on the golf course? Chances are, the answer to this question is no. Unfortunately, most people talk to themselves on a golf course in a horrendous manner.
The key to improving your self-talk is improving the questions you are asking yourself.
Currently, you may be asking, what's wrong with me? What's wrong with my swing? Why can't I be more consistent? If you ask these types of questions, you will get some terrible answers.
If you want to improve your golf, improve the quality of your questions.
If you would like more information on how to do this, check out my video series;
The questions you ask on the golf course suck! Ask these instead.
Click the video below to for the Question 1.
So, what's the alternative? Where don't I want to go? Don't get me wrong. That's not the only thing you need to be thinking about. As soon as you've worked all that out, you need to be asking yourself a much better question. Where do I want to go?
DON'T V'S DO, That's what we're doing today. Where don't I want to go? Closely followed by, Where do I want to go? And then that's all you're thinking about. How am I going to get there? That's another question. See! Told you! QUESTIONS! Think about yours. See if you can improve them. I'll have another one for you next time. Cheers!