Today on the Brain Booster we have an extra special guest in the shape of former US Open champion Graeme McDowell.
I have worked with G Mac now for the best part of 18 years and what a journey it has been.
It was wonderful to take the time with Graeme to look back over the story so far and for him to reflect so honestly about the key lessons he has learned in his time out on the PGA and European Tour.
I promise you the insights he shares with us have the potential to make a BIG difference to the way you think about your game.
We discuss :
The key influences in the early days of his career – the vital role of mentors
The role of his environment
Growing up on the beautiful links of Royal Portrush and the effect that had
Wanting to get better and being prepared to work at his ‘mental game’
The role ‘strong images’ have played in his mind. This ONE insight alone is GOLD
How under the most extreme pressure of Majors and Ryder cups how he has still been able to function despite the discomfort
We talk about how and why effective routines have proven so important.
What he has learned about ‘tendencies under pressure’. This again is a KEY element if you want to improve your game.
When he had lost his putting and in danger of losing playing status how ONE simple technique turned things around
It was a really great conversation
The topics flowed
You will gain a LOT for your own game and your desire to get closer to your true ability
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