However, things are always easy saying than done. As we all know, golf is never an easy sport to play well. Plus the golf clubs are expensive not everyone can afford. So, how to gain success in golf? First of all, you should be confident. Then go to get your own ping g30 irons, they can be some cheap golf clubs, but they must be the proper ones.
The ultimate place to be as a player is to be so confident in your game that you can simply "trust your swing" or "free it up" as many of my fellow mental game gurus would advocate. That sounds good in theory, but how do you trust your swing if you're struggling? How do you trust you're going to make this putt if you've missed four like it previously? How do you trust that you've made the correct titleist 915 d2 driver selection? The answer is that you don't need to trust.
The best case is the situation where you do trust, but that doesn't mean that complete trust is a necessary component of hitting good golf shots. Again, ideally, it would be great if players trusted their games completely. This would make their mind less cluttered, create less worry and probably inspire them to new heights of confidence.
When trusting is very difficult, then the idea of commitment becomes important. I look at trust and commitment as being at different points on the continuum shown below, where trust is the ultimate place to be from a mental perspective. Committing to a plan of action, a shot selection, or a putting line and actually striking the ball with authority can be done without full trust. The fascinating thing is that shots hit with commitment but without complete trust still have a high probability of being successful.
Therefore, put in practical terms, how can you implement this notion into your game? If you are in between taylormade rocketbladez irons on a shot, pick one, be decisive and commit fully to that choice. If you aren't sure if the putt breaks four inches or two inches left to right, choose one and make an authoritative stroke.
So next time when you play golf on course, try to catch each chance to make a step to success. And keep in mind that each practice is the base of success, never ignore them.