Taking periodic inventory is useful to a business, as well as an individual in the course of a life. And for a golfer, it should be done fairly frequently. There are so many moving parts of the body, nuances of the mind, and different skills one needs to navigate a round of golf, day to […]
Learning from Lexi’s Letdown
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Learning from Fabulous Phil Mickelson
Taking over five hours, with time between shots and holes, golf requires mental focus, perhaps more than any other sport. From three-foot putts to irons over water to drives down tight fairways, you need to stay focused to insure all your relevant body parts are in sync with your brain’s neurons; for anything out of […]
The Challenge of Concentration
As we see from the playing of the British Open this week, golf requires sustained and all-encompasing concentration on every shot. This is a daunting task that most golfers often back down from. I remember during a three-month meditation retreat at the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre, Massachusetts years ago, I reached a point […]