First Tee Jitters

First Tee Jitters

In a resent poll taken on our Instagram account we learned that over 80 percent of you suffer from first tee jitters.  It is totally understandable for sure!  I have found that the best way to overcome this is to plan!  Create a mentally stable pre-shot routine where you change the way you think.  First tee jitters come from over valuing the outcome.  If you play attention to your pre-shot routine and not outcomes.  Concentrate on doing the some things before you hit the ball.  Try it!  Please leave your comments below!

Mike Fay

Mike Fay

PGA Director of Instruction

With over 25 years of teaching experience, it's easy to see why Mike has become a leader in the world of golf instruction. Everything from cutting edge social networking techniques to having his own podcast, Mike has helped to change the face of teaching golf.  He currently is the Director of Instruction at Walnut Creek Country Club in South Lyon, Michigan.

Email:  mike@mikefaygolf.com

MFG Show EP 10 | James Hong | How To Prepare To Play In Golf Tournaments

Show Notes:

On this week’s show Jason Helman, James Hong, and Mike discuss how to prepare for golf tournaments.  Some of the questions raised where:
How do you gain the confidence to just to play in golf tournaments?
Do you do anything special the days leading into a golf tournament?
Playing a practice round and what do you do to prepare for that golf tournament?
How do we handle golf tournament expectations?
How to handle nerves on the golf course.

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