Tag Archives: Motivation

No Championship Let Down For The Pack
The Green Bay Packers start their 2011 title defense with a 42-34 victory over the New Orleans Saints. There has been much talk about a Super Bowl hangover and how difficult it is to repeat as champion. In fact, many recent champions have had troubles just getting back to the post season the following year. There are certain main elements that contribute to this let down for many champions. A feeling of complacency tends to take over after achieving your ultimate goal. Becoming overconfident traditionally is a fixture in the mindset after winning it all. Also,...
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You Can Gain A Lot From Tommy Two Gloves
Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey sits on a 3 shot lead going in to the third round at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, NC. Gainey is known for his unorthodox swing mechanics where he uses a 10 finger baseball grip and jerky follow through motion. He’s also known for wearing golf gloves on both hands at all times, even while putting. Lets face it, some of the things that Gainey does is just different, weird and down right ugly. But if you look deeper than just the surface you can gain a lot from “Two Gloves”...
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How Rory McIlroy Bounced Back in the US Open
We all remember it so vividly. Rory McIlroy taking a 4 shot lead in to the final round of the 2011 Masters only to see him squander it all away on the back 9. Shot after shot, putt after putt, we watched him fold under the pressure and ultimately finish 10 shots behind the eventual winner Charl Swartzel. In the end, the magnitude of the moment was too much for Rory to handle. Fast-forward 2 months later to Bethesda, MD where the 2011 U.S. Open took place. All eyes were once again on Rory McIlroy to...
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