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Change Your Beliefs About Your Golf Game

How many times have you thought you had a great round going and then you fell apart? This happens to every golfer from beginner to world-class pro.

Too many golfers think that the solution to the problem is to go out there and hit more balls and tweak their swing and then they find out that this only gets you so far and you keep choking under pressure.

In today’s video, I’ve got an eye-opener that you may not want to hear but is probably your truth, to some degree.

What you don’t know can hurt you.

Links from the video:

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Your Beliefs Determine Your Score

What do you believe about yourself as a golfer? What score do you believe you have the ability to shoot? Haven’t you had a par on many par 3s, 4s, and 5s already?

Then why can’t we do it consistently and shoot low 70’s?

One of the reasons and it may be your biggest, is that you truly don’t believe you can. You have a mental ceiling on how well you can play. You know from following me that it’s your inner mind that guides your swing and putting stroke. It’s your unconscious mind that will literally cause you to break down if you start scoring better than you believe you can.

IMG_1403Let’s say you have a belief that you are a 90’s golfer. If you start having a run of pars that threaten that belief, well then, your unconscious mind will kick into gear and make you nervous so that you have trouble playing. It does this to make sure that your belief that you’re a 90’s shooter isn’t violated.

Yep, it’s true and this happens every day to us golfers.

What am I talking about when I say the word “belief?”

What that is is a network of thoughts, neural connections, that become activated in certain contexts and perceptions in your world. That’s the technical description but here’s another example outside of golf.

Did you know that a huge percent of lottery winners end up broke within 10 years of winning? It’s because they have a belief that having money is not good. Maybe that money is evil or that rich people are bad. So what happens in reality is that we make decisions based on emotion…which is controlled by your
unconscious mind, emotions that is.

So when an opportunity presents itself to invest or spend some of that money, the unconscious mind generates a feeling to get the person to spend the money on the very thing that will make sure to get rid of that money!! This system is all very subtle and golfers, and most people, are completely unaware of this process going on every day in their lives but rest assured, if you are human, you most likely have some beliefs that get triggered to make sure you don’t break your scoring barrier.

What’s the solution? Communicate to the unconscious mind and correct the beliefs holding you back.

IMG_20112013_100701My “Shortcut Secrets To Consistent Golf” program or my membership site are designed to do just that.

Without these desructive beliefs, Your swing is good enough to go low. I’m Craig Sigl

6 Responses

  1. michael says:

    hi craig; i have been through a tough year. i had back surgery in july and had a couple of steroid shots october. now i wake up stiff and sore. question is will i be able to get back to golfing next year??? if so how would i get started again.. thanks craig hope to hear from you

    • Craig Sigl says:

      Hi Michael,
      Sorry to hear about your back. I’m no back doctor or chiropractor and so can’t advise you there, but…. you have an ability, whatever that is and you CAN play to that potential. I would start slow and small and become a master with the putter for starters. You can make up a lot of strokes on the green that you may lose from your physical limitations. I would be stroking balls on my carpet whenever I can to develop mastery there.

      Greens and fairways,


    • Craig Sigl says:

      Michael, I missed your comment here. So sorry. How are you doing now? Happy to help.

  2. David says:

    I am a realist in my ability, and no amount of self hypnosis can make a difference, as I play a 6800 yard course, and I only hit a driver 175 yards, with a 9 iron 80.

    • Craig Sigl says:

      Very good David! I’m not talking about going against reality in this video. Far from it. But, you have a potential that’s better than you play right now and it may have to do with other beliefs as I mention in the video.

      greens and fairways,


    • Craig Sigl says:

      Thanks for comment David. Do you believe you can improve your putting and chipping? A huge part of that is mental….


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