Welcome to Sports Performance Anxiety Coach
Hi, I’m Dr. Patrick Cohn, Master Mental Game Coach. I help athletes solve choking and performance anxiety every day in my work. Here, you learn how to take your “practice game” to competition.
If you struggle to take your practice game to competition and feel as if you are choking when the pressure is on, you’re in the right place. I’ve helped 1000s of athletes improve mental toughness.
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Sports Performance Anxiety Articles
Matt Kuchar scored his first World Golf Championship last Sunday and he made this pressure-cooker match play championship look easy for him. After Kuchar gained a 4 hole lead on the front nine, Hunter Mahan attempted a come back on the back nine but fell short at Dove Mountain. Kuchar stayed calm and overcame the … [Performance anxiety tip...]
Phil Mickelson scored his 41st PGA TOUR win last week at the Phoenix Open in record fashion. He finished at 28-under only two strokes shy of the PGA Tour record for a four round tournament. He also led the tournament from start to finish after shooting 60 in his opening round, which is often a challenge for any … [Performance anxiety tip...]
Charlie Beljan endured a second-round panic attack and a night’s stay in the hospital to win Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic at Disney. How can a pro golfer win his first tournament while having a panic attack you might wonder? Was he scared of having the tournament lead on Friday? Was he afraid he … [Performance anxiety tip...]
Did the US Team choke at the 2012 Ryder Cup with a four-point lead going into the final day of singles matches? Johnny Miller called it the “Big Collapse at Chicago.” Okay, I know, Miller is negative anyway. But the US Team is typically solid in singles play, right? Not in this Ryder Cup of 2012. You have to … [Performance anxiety tip...]