Mental Golf Offers Recovery for Marc Warren’s Decline

Marc Warren Improves his Mental Golf Game

Marc Warren

People following Marc Warren noticed his slump.  Recently, he’s turned his game around.

Mental Golf Offers Recovery for Marc Warren’s Decline. Finally he’s convinced that his luck will change.

With his mental golf training, he’s improved his  consistency, confidence,  control, and tension when out on the course. Here’s what  Euan McLean, for the Daily Record, writes about Warren’s breakthrough:

Marc Warren believes working with Annika Sorenstam’s mind coaches has given him the focus to get his career back on track.

The Glasgow golfer is buzzing with renewed belief after his joint 11th-place finish at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles on Sunday.

That was the clearest sign yet the former World Cup winner is beginning to regain his form after a frustrating two-year slump cost him his European Tour card.

Now Warren – who will tee it up on the main tour again this week after getting an invitation to the European Masters in Switzerland – feels his game has been transformed.

And he put it all down to the mature mental approach he has adopted since meeting two LPGA Tour coaches during a visit to the women’s British Open at Carnoustie last month.

Warren said: “I’ve been to see Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott. They worked with Annika Sorenstam and I managed to catch up with them during the women’s British. Since then it has been night and day on the golf course.

“There was a period last year when I would look towards the start of a tournament and wonder what’s going to happen.

“But with the work I’ve put into the mental side and just working on my routines I now feel I’m in control of what I’m doing.

“Whether it’s a good score or bad score how I control my game is how I evaluate my day and I think that’s a massive part of the higher standard of consistency I’m starting to show.”Mentally I was really good this week. Hitting every green in regulation on Saturday and then almost every one on Sunday was great. I gave myself chances to get a little higher up that leaderboard but the greens just weren’t kind to me.

“I can really kick on from here. There are so many positives from this week and confidence is really high.

“My caddie Gary Edwards worked with me for my first couple of years on tour and when we got back together at the Scottish Open last month he said I’m a totally different player. “It’s a mixture of maturity and a lot of hard work over the past 12 months to get better mentally and not focus on my score too much. In the past I would get frustrated by doing that.”

So you see, mental golf offers recovery for Marc Warren’s decline. Warren’s not exaggerating. When you’re working on your mental game, you not only believe you can improve – you do improve.

Did you ever train with mental golf techniques? Did they improve your game in a major way? Let me hear about your experience in the comments section below.


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