EDITED:(around 6 PM)
to me at the Golfsmith Store in Brea, CA. I am giving a 15 minute speech to a business group. If you are local, come out and talk some golf with me.
I took the last week off to give my back a rest from moving all the boxes. I am now going into “work my ass off” mode.
I used to have all the physical talent needed to be a PGA Tour player, all the toughness and confidence to compete, but a terrible mental approach.
I still have the talent and my mental approach is right where it needs to be. All I am missing is that blind confidence, bordering on arrogance. That will come from hitting lots of balls, chips and putts and building confidence in my physical move. 3-5 hours a day when not playing a round
Then step two is to play golf and learn to shoot low again and how easy it is if you just let it happen. I follow this with a trip to the practice area for around an hour of working on what I was bad with during the round. If everything was solid, I call it a day. Practicing after a good round never worked for me.
Step three will be to do it in a tournament.
Step four will be to do it in the final round of a tournament.
Step five in the final round of a big tournament.