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Couple of quick notes-
Re: Driving Practice
The most fun tournament practice rounds are those leading up to a match play event. Throw 2 off the tee, one "safe" option if you're up in the match or your opponent has biffed one, and an aggressive attempt if you're down or they've parked it. Really gives you options for the competition to come. There's no reason you can't practice this way for stroke play events, BUT you have to be honest with yourself about which strategy is best during the tournament round. Segues nicely to point 2......
Brutal honesty with yourself regarding your skill and execution is key. If a putt chains out off the right side, don't get pissed. You threw it there. The next one can be better. Conversely, if you throw a really good putt (accurate and well weighted) and it doesn't stay in, that will happen, and even if it is a crucial time, you did your part. The next one will stay in. Don't expect bad shots to yield good results, though occasionally they will, and don't expect "perfect" shots to guarantee perfect results, because occasionally they won't.
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