Hi guys, a lot of the times when I go out for a round I find that I have difficulty playing consistently and keeping my head in the game. After a few bad shots I'm just about ready to quit and I'm not able to save the round. This is especially annoying when I am playing in tournaments. If anyone has some good advice it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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Here's how I forget bad shots: pretend I'm playing alternate shot with someone and blame them for the bad shots (while noting them in my book to see if I find a pattern to fix). That makes it easier to move on and not think to hard about the bad shots.
Also, I get my swing at the range... then just about all I worry about on the course is my tempo. I have the swing... just need to have consistent tempo, which is the easiest part of golf to lose when under pressure, especially in a tourney.