Many of the world’s top tour players not only shoot great scores, they also have a regular routine on competition days. This is in stark contrast to the average golfer who has high expectations on competitions but is often poorly or inadequately prepared.
Think back to your last few competition rounds. Did you do the same thing before, during and after the round? Or did you jump out of bed, into the car and off the course one week but mowed the lawn, drove to the course and stood around chatting the next week? Or do you rush to the first tee from the office, have a practice swing and slap it out of bounds?
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