Hmm, not really. If i make a birdie putt, the next shot going to be the next shot no matter what. I try not to get to high or low in golf because i found that if i crash, its big time. So i try to take it one shot at a time. Its cliche, but it works. Usually i try to scout out the courses online, then i will create a plan. 2-4 hole stretches were i will try to post a score. Like Even through a tough stretch, or -1 through an easy stretch. From there its pretty much adapt to the shots you take. So if i hit a good drive, i can try to go for a good shot to the pin. If not, then try to make the birdie on another hole. If i don't get the goal, don't get discouraged, and move on to the next one.
But if i make a birdie putt and change the hole way i play, i can loose focus. Number 1 for me, is allways try to play with in myself. Jack Nicholaus said it right, play the percentages, take risks were you can. If its a 50/50 shot, that's not that good. Letting momentum screw with your head can really cause some bad mojo. Look at what happens to Phil. He gets momentum, or tries to force the issue. He blows up the final hole at the US open he could have won.