There is no better time to practice confidence on the golf course than when you’re enjoying a Myrtle Beach golf vacation. You don’t have to be concerned with anyone you know seeing you drive your ball into the rough. You’re basically someplace where it’s safe to just be yourself, be gentle with yourself, and work out those less-than-ideal issues you have with your game.
It’s easy to feel confident when your game is going well but not so much when drive after drive angles off into somewhere other than where you intended. Most times this has more to do with what’s going on between your ears than how you’re swinging your club both at home and while on your much anticipated Myrtle Beach golf vacation.
The key to being successful on the golf course is quality practice on a regular basis. Define your goals for what you want to achieve ahead of time. Hitting balls at the golf range all day will be a good workout, but likely won’t transfer into success on the course. An important part of what you should be practicing at the driving range is your level of concentration and your self-talk. Think only positive thoughts and let go of the less than ideal games you’ve played.
What matters most is how you talk to yourself when trying to empower yourself. When faced with difficulties on the course, draw upon all you have learned and trust your disciplined practice ritual. Believe in yourself. That’s the true essence of confidence.