Hi everyone, this is the first thread I've started. Given where my game is right now I generally try to play bogey golf. Or rather, I'm always on the tee box thinking of par but I'm happy with a bogey most holes and I try to manage the course to keep the blow ups out of play.
Given that, I know I'm capable of runs where I put together good golf, and they tend to happen when my concentration seems locked in. For example, I usually miss right by pushing (not slicing) the ball when I am not concentrating, whereas I hit a slight draw when I am locked in, and the difference is usually because I swing fast when not concentrating. So yesterday I played the first 5 holes 9 over par, then the next 5 at even par (birdie, par, par, bogey, par) and ended up shooting 91. 91 is really typical for me.
Now the request: What are your tips for maintaining concentration when on the course?