Mind Over Sports

TIGER WOODS AND THE UPCOMING MASTERS.

Posted on: April 10, 2013

For those of you who follow my column know that I’ve been advocating for years that what takes place away from the field of competition affects what takes place on the field of competition, and how important it is that an athlete be happy and have his or her life in harmony and how that positively affects performance. A good example is Tiger Woods. In an article in today’s USA Today titled “A happy Tiger is a dangerous Tiger” fellow golf pro Steve Stricker observed that “he’s so happy.” According to the article: “Stricker and other players on the PGA Tour say Woods appears more at peace off the course, which they think correlates to improved play on it. Without expanding or giving away too much, Woods says there’s a correlation between the two.” And much of that has to do with his new relationship with Olympic Skiier Lindsey Vonn. So if you’re an athlete, it’s important that you learn from Tiger’s experience. When you’re happy and your life is in harmony you’ll perform close to your skill level on a consistent basis. Tiger is going to win the Masters. Post-Masters comment: I was wrong.

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