Alan Edmunds, PhD is a golf sports psychology researcher, writer and head coach of women's golf program at the University of Western Ontario. He has helped top amateurs and university teams develop the finer mental aspects of the grand old game. His book "Golf on Auto Focus" (available shortly) addresses some of the most puzzling psychological elements of golf and his golf psychology seminars are engaging, humorous and practical. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In his first golf tips article, Alan Edmunds explained what going deep with confidence was and how you should set down different layers of confidence so that it becomes thick and resilient. He also explained how this develops an inward sense of confidence that is with us all the time. Here, he outlines how to add more layers of confidence and explain what you can do when your golf confidence goes in the tank.
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