Mind Over Sports


Posted on: February 2, 2015

Tiger Woods just shot the worst score of his professional career (82) and failed to make the cut for the Phoenix Open. The reason could be that he recently changed swing coaches. Or, perhaps he and Lindsey Von are having relationship problems away from public scrutiny. Or, it could be that his former wife, who is said to be jealous of Von, is driving him crazy, using their children as a weapon. Whatever the reason, one thing we know for sure: It’s something that is yet to be made public. Because that’s how it works. A player like Tiger doesn’t just start shooting poorly without a reason. If he has some issue (or issues) that he’s keeping bottled-up (withholding) that’s a form of lying that could be creating baggage affecting his ability to focus. Other examples include the three-point shooter in basketball who suddenly starts missing shots. Or the running back in football who fumbles multiple times in a game. Or the .300 hitter in baseball who keeps striking out. All suffer from a lack of focus brought on by keeping their feelings and emotions bottled-up. Regarding Tiger, no one may ever know for sure, except, of course, for Tiger. Stay tuned.


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