04 Life On The European Tour - Sport Performance Video By DAVID CHARLTON
Posted 11/16/2020 in Category 1 by DAVID CHARLTON

04 Life On The European Tour

In this episode, Chris and David discuss the challenges of playing golf on the European Tour.  What it takes to win on the tour, having a strong mental game, staying in the moment and much more.  Chris goes on to share some great words of advice for young professionals on the Europro, Alps and Challenge Tours on making the transition up to the European Tour.


Demystifying Mental Toughness is for people who want to reach their goals faster and are curious what high performing athletes and professionals do to fulfill their potential. David Charlton shares insights, strategies and stories from leading athletes, coaches, psychologists and specialists to help you perform to your optimum level on a more consistent basis. If you’re a motivated athlete, coach, sport psychologist, mental game coach or executive listen in for proven and practical advice in this podcast. 


Chris Paisley is a professional golfer currently playing on the European Tour. He made his first appearance in 2010 and had a bumpy ride for a few years before regaining his card for the 2015 season and has established self of the tour since. In January 2018, Chris had his first win on the tour, the BMW South African Open and was arguably the best golfer on the planet at that time. Chris and David chat about how to win on the European Tour and challenges that he has faced. Chris goes on to share some great words of advice for young professionals on the Europro, Alps and Challenge Tours on making the transition up to the European Tour. 


Essential Learning Points From This Episode 

• How to win on the European Tour 

• The importance of understanding “strokes gained” to develop the right skills. 

• Having a strong mental game and good processes in place. 

• How a winning mentality when you’re out of sorts separates the best players. 

• Your level of focus on a daily basis will determine whether you’re successful or not. 

• A “one shot at a time mentality” is key to dealing with pressure. 

• Find ways to access “the zone” and focus on one thing regularly. 

• How to take your range game on to the course. 

• Realising that you can’t hit perfect shots all of the time. 

• Developing a B and C game. 

• Being honest with yourself is massively important. 

• Realising that everyone faces obstacles and the best players find ways to overcome them.



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