Remember when Tiger Woods was going to go down as the greatest golfer of all time? It was pretty much a forgone conclusion. He was on pace to obliterate every record out there, and was doing it with relative ease.
Then he created the car, the details came out, he got divorced, and everything changed.
Tiger Woods has been playing golf since he was 2 years old. He has more than 10,000 hours of practice under his belt. The skills haven’t gone anywhere. So what happened to his game?
He lost his edge when his personal life became public record.
The Tiger who now misses cuts and isn’t even the biggest name in golf has the same skills he had before the trials and tribulations, the mental edge that brought all those skills to the foreground has been blunted. And as you can see, that edge is pretty much everything.
And so is yours.
The skills are already there if you’ve been working on your game. If the skills aren’t showing when they need to, you just need to find your edge. The Mental Handbook can help, and quickly.