The Gullible – They believe everything they read and end up on the golf improvement merry-go-round

Opposite to the Cynic, the Gullible believes everything they read or are told. There’s a sucker born every minute and there’s plenty of dishonest people ready to take advantage of them. The Gullible has a house full of golf clubs, training aids and other golf merchandise. He is easily influenced by marketing hype and false…

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The Cynic – They trust no one, including himself, and believe that everything is a gimmick…

This person leads a sad kind of life. They can’t trust anyone, thinking that everyone or everything is some type of con. Although this person does manage to weed out all of the real BS in golf, they do miss out on the good stuff when it does come around. These people need to readjust…

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Champion Traits – Persistence. Never give up! Truer words have never been spoken

I know you’ve heard this before…but if you want to be the best that you can be, you must learn to never give up and keep trucking. Golf has a funny way of giving up surprises from time to time, sometimes when you least expect it. A champion golfer immerses himself in his golf routine…

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Champion Traits – Patience… It takes a little time to realise your golfing dreams

Modern day life is obsessed by instant glorification. The “I want it now mentality” can create some super driven individuals that reach some incredibly high goals. I also think that it creates many delusional people that can’t deal with reality. These people under achieve because they don’t understand the correct learning cycle. I don’t like…

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Champion Traits – Endurance… good golfers can go on and on and on…

If you’re going to improve your golf you might as well do it for a long period of time. I’m not too impressed with golfers that are a ‘flash in the pan’, who appear once in a while, shooting some good scores and then disappear. I think it is possible to not only be consistent,…

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Champion Traits – Courage… A little courage goes a long way

I believe that it takes courage to play great golf. A golfer needs to learn to hit the ball without fear if he is going to be the best golfer he can be. Removing fear can be difficult. To hit the ball without fear of the consequences requires trust in yourself and some practice. Let…

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You need to be able to remain calm on the golf course during play. The pressure of the score card, the trees and hazards and fellow competitors can cause a golfer's mind to spin out of control.

How do you become more consistent at golf? Great question. I don’t think it is that hard to become more consistent at golf. Especially if you have an open mind and can deal with reality. If you think it’s possible to play your very best golf each round then I don’t think I can help…

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Champion Traits – Calmness… something that is needed on the golf course

You need to be able to remain calm on the golf course during play. The pressure of the score card, the trees and hazards and fellow competitors can cause a golfer’s mind to spin out of control. You need to be able to ‘stop the wheels spinning’ and keep your mind under control. The ability…

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