Mental Game – Stop Holding On

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2 Responses to “Mental Game – Stop Holding On”

  1. hi David.
    I have bought your program Wired to Win but to day I cannot log in with my e-mail and the password (however both are correct)
    Can you help me please?

  2. October 12, 2016


    Hi Dave. I like this tip, but need some clarification. The notion of “Holding on” has also to do with handling risk. “Being free”, which you suggest, also means that you should be willing to take more risk. So let’s take an example of being the distance of a 3 or 5 wood from a green protected by water in front. The risk is ending up in the water and losing two shots are the risk. “Holding on”, for me, is laying up in front and bogeying. I always walks away mildly frustrated and under pressure to recover that shot elsewhere. When I do “feel free” and land on the green with my 5 wood, making the par, I am elated and am even willing to take risks further into the round. The problem is that being in the water is devastating, when you know that you could have bogeyed. You seem to suggest here (my perception) that one should take the risk. Do you?

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