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It's all in the mind right? Well, if that's the case, then I'm losing it. I spent all winter working on my swing in a golf dome. I'd say at least 85% of my shots were very nice and confidence building. Today I went to the golf course and hit a full bucket. I'd say 8 shots out of a hundred were halfway decent. What could be happening? There's got to be a way I can relax my mind so that I swing the same way I did in the dome. Most everything was a horrible slice or multiple skulls. I'm probably just too stiff.
Does anyone here expereince this phenomenon?

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Don't worry too much about it, everybody has a bad day. If it continues the only way to get past it is to keep practising.
 

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Maybe it is the excitement that took over. I know a lot of people make many errors from the excitement. If you can just find a way to channel that excitement into the swing, but like myself it goes in all different directions.
 

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It was most likely just a bad day, everyone has them.

If you find yourself still getting fustrated and not improving, I recommend taking a short break from the game. Whenever I return from a break, I always play really well for some reason, and sometimes even notice an improvement.
 
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