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Jordan Spieth blames mental mistakes

Jordan Spieth has blamed mental mistakes for his recent struggles on the golf course. The three-time major champion has not won since the 2017 Open Championship, and he has seen his world ranking plummet to 87th.

Spieth has said that he has been making too many careless mistakes, such as hitting poor tee shots and three-putting greens. He has also said that he has been getting too aggressive with his approach shots, which has led to more bogeys and double bogeys.

“I’m just making too many mental mistakes,” Spieth said after a recent tournament. “I’m not executing the way I know I can, and it’s frustrating.”

Spieth is not the only golfer who has struggled with mental mistakes in recent years. Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, and Justin Thomas have all had their share of ups and downs, and they have all blamed mental errors for some of their poor performances.

It is difficult to pinpoint exactly what causes mental mistakes in golf. Some experts believe that it is a combination of factors, such as fatigue, pressure, and lack of focus. Others believe that it is simply a matter of confidence.

Whatever the cause, mental mistakes can be a major obstacle for golfers. They can lead to missed opportunities, lost tournaments, and even career derailments.

Spieth is hoping to overcome his mental demons in the coming months. He has said that he is working with a sports psychologist, and he is confident that he can get back to winning ways.

“I know I can play better,” Spieth said. “I just need to stay patient and keep working hard.”

Only time will tell if Spieth can overcome his mental mistakes and return to the top of the golf world. But one thing is for sure: he is not giving up without a fight.


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