Moving Days: Don’t Lose Your Golf Swing

It has been quite a rollercoaster ride for the Golfer Babe the last two weeks. From moving into a new house to losing my beloved grandmother, I’ve been trying to maintain my life as well as I can. 

Nothing ever goes as planned and nothing is ever perfect. It also seems as though when the going gets tough, it just continues to get worse. I’ve really learned a lot about myself the past two weeks and for all that I’ve been dealing with, I hope it’s made me a stronger person. 

With that said, it’s been a little tough on my mental health to not get out on the golf course. There’s something so peaceful  and serene about being out with a golf club and the smell of dewy grass. It has helped me manage stress and anxiety, and it’s just become so engrained in my routine that it’s been a struggle not to have it in my life.

It’s definitely been rough not getting that clarity the last two weekends. So, instead I’ve turned to the backyard whenever I feel like I may be losing my swing. I grab an iron and head out to take a few controlled practice swings. 

It’s not much, but better than nothing that’s for sure! I’m interested to know: When you don’t have time to get out to the range or course, what do you do to practice your golf swing? 

One comment on “Moving Days: Don’t Lose Your Golf Swing

  • Golf is Mental Blog , Direct link to comment

    Hi Amy,
    So sorry to hear about your Grandmother. I’m sure you have a lot of fond memories to comfort you. As far as finding peace on the golf course, I totally agree. It’s a great escape for me as well. If I’m feeling stressed or anxious about something, it all seems to melt away, at least for those 4 hours.
    Hope you get back out there soon.

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