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My club invitational is this weekend. I'm getting pretty tight. I've only been playing for 3 years. Last year was my first experience playing tournament golf. I was the low man on the board after the first day. Talk about embarrassing. I shot 8 strokes better on the second day. Hoping to make a big push to win my flight this year. Any preparation tips/suggestions to help deal with the pressures of tournament play?

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It's just golf. You have to look at it that way. Doing anything out of the ordinary is likely to put more pressure on you because it emphasizes the importance of the round. Going into it with the intention of just having fun playing golf is the best way I know of to relieve the pressure. Don't over-think. You don't need to analyze each swing.... follow your normal routine.

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I played much better the second day last year because I only had one goal. Don't finish last. If I had shot the same score both days I would've finished second in my flight.

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