Cindy Miller, The Buffalo News

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Cindy Miller


Wow! I sure hope you had the chance to witness the best shift of states I have ever seen. Sunday afternoon, in the final round of the British Open, Jordan Spieth went from protect to pursue in one hole. The trigger? I believe the putt he made for bogey on 13. He was very aware how important that was. The bogey on 13, which Spieth’s caddie, Michael Greller, called the “…

To have the ability to intently focus on the task at hand, stay in the present moment and produce the right shots and at the right time. To be comfortable in your own skin, create clear objectives, so you can play your game with confidence. Realize that comparing your game to others doesn’t produce better results. Playing your game means learning to shut out all other di…

He or she who misses it best without getting ticked ... wins. This is the absolute truth. We had a saying on Tour when someone “lost it.” We would comment on who was the best at “showing color” – getting ticked off and going nuts. Melt downs, if you will. There are many ways to lose it in golf. You can swear (I am really good at this), yell, throw clubs, slam you…

  Welcome to the “Own Your Game Series”. Over the next few months we will discuss the eight steps that need to be taken to “Own Your Game”. What does that mean? To become comfortable, clear, and confident in your golfing abilities. Only then will you be able to perform consistently. The game of golf is the ultimate test of personal accountability and respo…