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If you want to change and  grow, your success is directly related to how coachable and self-coachable you are. Being not-coachable means you are unwilling to look at your results from a curious and open mindset. It might mean you think you are right and any other way is wrong. In this episode, I share three traits of a coachable person along with powerful questions to ask yourself along the way.You also have to be willing to be uncomfortable in order to change. If you want to level up, change your results or just feel better, you want to increase your level of coachability.Learn more at
Golf is one of the few sports where drinking alcohol is acceptable and even encouraged. This is not a problem unless you are using alcohol for the wrong reasons. If you are looking to level up your game, play more consistently, or improve your mental game,  it is worth looking at why you are drinking. In this episode, I share with you 3 reasons why you may be drinking on the course to help shed some light on opportunities for you to grow, on and off the course. This episode is directed toward the casual drinker.If you feel that drinking is a problem for you or something that you have no control over, there are several resources available for you to  seek assistance online. I am happy to provide some amazing coaches that specialize in over drinking. Please feel free to email
If you have a bad day on the golf course and then run to the range to fix your swing. you might be wasting valuable time.It is key to know and be aware of when you have a mechanical issue and when you don't.In this episode, I discuss  the 4 different circumstances where we incorrectly assume that we have swing issues that need be fixed.So before you run to the range or sign up for a lesson or buy new equipment,  listen to this episode.Learn more about working with Kathy at KathyHartWood.comContact her at Kathy@KathyHartWood.comJoin her Master Your Golf Brain 2.0 program at
Playing your best comes down to your ability to manage your thoughts and emotions on the golf course. Some emotions are harder to deal with than others and shame is one of them.Shame is a heavy emotion that shows up in your golf game in sneaky and seemingly innocent ways. It is challenging to process in a round of golf therefore it is best practices to minimize or avoid it all together.In this podcast, I talk about how to spot shame, the impact of shame on your golf game and the best way to move past it.If you want to learn more about working with Kathy go to
A golf goal for the season helps motivate you to practice and go to the course and play but there are good golf goals and there are better golf goals. In this episode, I share with you how to decide if your goal is going to set you up for a successful season. I discuss the three types of goals you could pick from and then explain why some are better than others. If you have a goal for the 2022 season, check in on this episode and learn some of the steps to move you closer to achieving them.Connect with Kathy at
What if the number of swing thoughts you had was directly correlated to your level of competency?We can often think about or swing too much on certain shots but less on others.  It is true that the more swing thoughts you have the more challenging it is to have a fluid effortless swing.But maybe there is a reason behind all of that. We can appreciate the challenge of simplifying our swing thoughts a bit more when we understand the 4 stages of learning.In this podcast, I explain the 4 stages relative to the game of golf and how it is helpful for you to take a look at where you are with the different shots in your game.Learn more at
The Masters rarely disappoints for golf watching fans. This year was no exception. It was a tournament full of emotions and great mental lessons. In this episode, I highlight 4 players, Tiger, Cameron, Rory and Scottie. I share with you some valuable lessons that you can relate to and use to help you play and feel better on the course. Interested in learning to level up your mental challenges, learn more at
It's Masters Week and I invited my brother Dudley Hart back on the podcast to share his perspective with playing in 5 Masters.He shares his experience showing up for his first Masters with our Dad. What it was like to hit the first tee shot. We talk about his nemesis holes at Augusta, the galleries, the par three as well as his picks for this years tournament.Enjoy the podcast and enjoy Masters Week.Learn more about Kathy at
Your best golf depends on the  quality of 4 relationships around the game.Relationships are just thoughts that you have in your mind about a person or a thing. The words that you say create your feelings which affects how you swing or show up on the course.It is worth taking a few minutes and checking in on each of these relationships. See if the thoughts you have are useful for your performance or if they are keeping you from playing your best golf and enjoying the game.Learn more at
Not all courses are beautifully designed, immaculately manicured, or perfectly maintained. The weather is not always your ideal temperature and wind. The more you play courses outside of your own, you eventually come to realize this.  It is easy, however, to play a course you do not like and turn it into a bad round and unenjoyable day.In this podcast, I share with you how to make the most of a "bad" course by shifting your attitude. I offer you a few ways to take it as an opportunity to become a better player.Learn more at
This episode is to offer my perspective, as a former college athlete, on women's sport today.I am not making a stand against anything. I am making a stand FOR over 200,000 women who play college sports.I talk about whether we are encouraging or discouraging women from playing sport.I share with you how challenging it is to manage your brain in college and that I want to facilitate women in sport to find resources to help them balance life, sport, family, school, and friends.If I can help any struggling college athlete, please reach out to me at
This is the second part of my interview with my brother Dudley Hart.In this episode we talk about:  what I learned caddying for him at the Greensboro Open, how important Dudley thinks a pre-shot routine ishow to create belief in yourself versus cockinesswhat Dudley says to himself over the golf ballthe power of focus and how to tap into itwhy a plan is critical for improvementhow he sets up practice for the team at FloridaWe also share a couple funny family and golf stories. This is full of great insight for any level golfer.  Learn how to work with Kathy at
In this episode,  I talk with my brother, Dudley Hart, PGA Tour Player, Champions Tour Player and assistant coach for University of Florida about the mental game of golf.You will learn how to keep expectations in check and how long a typical swing change takes. Dudley shares the simple mental advice he used when he first got on tour to help him keep his card and the hardest change he ever made while playing for a living.This episode is full of powerful takeaways and it is part 1 of 2 episodes. Learn about current programs or working with Kathy at
3 obstacles stand in your way of playing better golf, playing at a different level or even having a more enjoyable golf experience.I share with you in this episode what they are, how you can pin point your personal obstacles and how you go about overcoming them.Most golfers work to play better so they can feel better. I help people feel better on the golf course and then they play better. If you want help, go to and schedule a time to talk with me about what is possible for you.
Whether you are going to play after the winter break or didn't have an opportunity to practice before you play,  we often feel unprepared for the round. I want to share that how to prepare for a tournament or a round after a break is individual. Each of us prepares differently.It is determined by what we want to practice, how much we want to practice, and how frequently we practice.  And I want to put a different spin on it for you.  What happens when you don't get a chance to practice or play before an event?In this episode, I explain what it means to be prepared versus unprepared. I share with how to really prepare for a tournament so that you can play your best golf, regardless of how many balls you hit leading up to it.You can learn more about how to work with me at 
I love the phrase "You can't read the label from inside the bottle." Basically it means it is hard to see what is holding you back when you are wrapped up in your own BS. We believe our crappy thoughts and we keep repeating the same results over and over again.In this episode, I talk about who really benefits from  mental coaching.   I share what criteria need to be met as well as what it is all about. This is MORE than Mental
Sometimes we play golf with people who are very negative on the golf course. We know this not only by the words they say but by their actions and their body language. It can be challenging to stay  focused on our own game or maybe we spend our time and energy trying to lift up the spirits of our partner. In this episode, I offer a few different ways to deal with a negative partner so that you can still play your best golf. And, is it an opponent that is negative? I have some advice at the end of the podcast on what your best action to take in this situation. Negative thoughts happen to all of us but at times we can feel a bit our of control, if this sounds like you, I invite you to You'll find a link to schedule a time to jump on a call with me to talk about your golf life and what you want to accomplish.
Are you stuck at a score or struggling to break through a score barrier - 100, 90, 80, 70?It is so easy to hang out shooting the same scores over and over again. Or maybe you sabotage a good round and end up back at your typical score.2022 is your year to bust through to that  next level of golf.In this episode, I share with you 3 areas to focus on as you strive to shoot consistent lower score. I invite you to jump on a call and talk about how you can take your game to the next level, you can schedule a free 30 minute call at
What if...I play bad?

What if...I play bad?


It is so easy to worry about our golf game. We can worry about our score before we even tee off. We can worry about our first tee shot, getting ut of a bunker, or what our final score will add up to. Worrying seems to serve a purpose. It protects us against our fears but masquerades as being useful or necessary. In this episode, I discuss how to identify worrying on the course and prevent it from becoming a habit that interferes with your ability to perform your best on the course.Find out how you can work with me at
There are 4 components of a complete game.  Most players only focus on swing and mechanics.  We blame our swing when things go bad on the course.In this episode, I want to shine light on the other 32 areas that greatly affect your score.And, if you want to play better it is worth working on ALL four areas to create a complete golf game. Learn about current workshops at
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Stacey Leigh

Love this! They way negative self talk hurts your game really resonates with me and as I've controlled this, I've seen a big improvement in my game and my enjoyment of the game. in regard to feeling our emotions, I've found Nelly Corda's use of the whoop app interesting. You'd have no idea that she was feeling anxiety until you see her pulse!! Jon Rahm alluded to this lack of change on his face when he thought his ball was OB. Nelly's pulse though!! lol! Mine must get up to 200 🤣🤣

Jun 27th
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