To add onto what @Vinsk said about a pre-shot routine; at the range, many people don't think about a specific target when in the moment of swinging. Bring that mindset to the course. Prior to the shot, you can think about the club selection and aim. But once over the ball, nothing other than executing the shot matters. It's just you, the ball and the swing, just like being at the range. There are no obstacles, trees, bunkers, everything. Get rid of all "noise." Train your mind on the course to forget you are on the course, when you are hitting a shot. You say that on the range, you can hit all the shots, so bring that confidence and tell yourself you've hit the shot before and you can do it again! Let Will Smith whisper in your ear about the empty field.
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I have A Sun Mountain, and it's lighter than the Clicgear. Can you tell the weight difference when pushing? Also, it seems that Clicgear seems to be the pushcart of choice, what makes it better than the SM?
In April of 2019 I had my first EVER club fitting. For my birthday my wife bought me a set of irons, fitted my by golf pro. It made a world of difference; If I had been fitted years ago, I would be much better along. Anyway, at the time, she said (my wife), you need to golf more, Who was I to argue? LOL. Since that time I have attempted to buy a driver and fairway "off the rack"... massive mistake. My fairway needed replacing, so I wen to my local Pro and asked her what she thought. She knows me and my swing. She handed me three fairways. A good buddy of mine said I should try X brand, so I a had added to my group. Guess what? My Pro knew more about me than my buddy. I hit all four many times at practice, and yes, I am not perfect, I did choose one of the ones my Pro thought would work best for me. I will not ever buy a club again without trying it out first again.