February

  • Upgrade your brain – Holing clutch putts

    Written by Karl Steptoe on Thursday, 23 February 2012

    When faced with a short putt we expect to hole, we can often become anxious and focus too much on the stroke because ours and our playing partner’s expectations are so high. A good way to combat this problem is to rank the putt on something other than if the putt is successful, as top sports psychologist Karl Steptoe explains in...

  • Upgrade your brain – How and when to switch on before every shot

    Written by Karl Steptoe on Thursday, 23 February 2012

    It’s not beneficial to be concentrating fully on our golf for the whole four hours during our round. Aspects of our pre-shot routine can be used as a trigger to switch our concentration on when we need it – when hitting golf shots. In this video tip, top sports psychologist Karl Steptoe also highlights crucial parts of the pre-shot routine you...

  • Download the Pre-Shot Training Programme

    Thursday, 09 February 2012

    The mental side of the game has never been more important on Tour, as players eek every ounce of performance in order to compete at the highest level. Jon Finn, a former university lecturer and has produced a free document for todaysgolfer.co.uk users, to help you improve your mental attitude to the game. Finn has identified four tools to tackle...