Practice in mind : Help to improve golf putting from the Hardest Distance

  title={Practice in mind : Help to improve golf putting from the Hardest Distance},
  author={Mazlan Bin. Ismail},
  • Mazlan Bin. Ismail
  • Published 2014
Psychological Skills Training (PST) particularly imagery is a strategy that can improve the performance of golfers. Additionally, golfers had a problem when putting from a 6-feet distance compared to other distances (3, 12, and 24 feet). The objective of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of PETTLEP imagery on putting performance of the golfers from the 6-feet distance. Forty-two male golfers aged 18 to 25 years with 1 to 3 year playing experiences participated in this study. After… CONTINUE READING

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