How to practice mental training for Golf.

The Golfing drills here will improve your mental abilities - concentration, perseverance, emotion control and so on.

They have other benefits too which you'll discover when you start practicing them, but their main point is learning to play at your best despite pressure.

A golf player is most efficient and capable of good results when he or she is in the zone state. That's when the mind is empty. If a player is thinking about anything else it disturbs his or her concentration and consequently causes errors.

One of the main purposes of these drills is to show the player how to find this zone state and how much better he performs in that state. And that is actually the only thing besides effort that a player can control.

Many of these golf drills will put the player under pressure and then he will have to perform a task under these circumstances. Sometimes a player compeNs2drecaciunllcazijse3canr1ggdca70g0lecal2k64kcanal4vpcau2qj7ecaeqqchccaqb8bc9ca4i273ccau916xncaxxwj14ca09i8becamgok8zca0btrv0cai3eqp3cawow331cate1m35tes against himself and sometimes against a partner.

In any case, if a player wants to be successful in a real event, then he needs to practice his skills with various golf drills and develop mental toughness through time.

A player cannot become mentally tough by reading books or by just going to a sports psychologist.

He needs to experience success in real situation to really become good with his mental abilities.

The first step can be information in various forms - books, websites, workshops and so on.

The next steps are golf drills that are designed to improve mental toughness.

Then a player needs to play practice rounds where he is playing a match but at the same time also practicing his mental skills.

The final stage are real golf tournaments where at first a player is not that good with his mental skills, but through repetition and success they become automatic.