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I'm very proud to be on the latest Expert Panel, this month is looking at Focus and how to maintain it during a round of golf.

My key to switching on my focus has always been the ripping of the Velcro as I put on my glove as I walk up to my next shot. This “Go Signal” makes me tune out everything but the information I need to execute my shot: distance, wind, slope etc.

Also, practising under duress – loud noises on the practice range, people moving through your eyeline, having friends making jokes instead of respectfully standing quietly, all help to teach deeper focus to tune out the noise creating a “bubble of concentration” so you can “get the ball to the target”.

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