- There are no future events planned.
- The Open 2018: Third round tee times
- Fleetwood & McIlroy in Open contention as Johnson & Kisner lead
- The Open 2018: Sam Locke, 19, wins Silver Medal, is last Scot standing at Carnoustie
- The Open 2018: Kevin Kisner loses a two-shot lead with double bogey on 18th
- The Open 2018: Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth feature in best shots
- The Open 2018: England's Tommy Fleetwood cards 'round of the day' 65
- The Open 2018: Rory McIlroy's main thought was to 'just let it go'
- The Open 2018: Jordan Spieth nutmegs a spectator with a wayward tee shot
- Russell Knox chases Ryder Cup debut after words with captain Thomas Bjorn
- The Open 2018: Tommy Fleetwood eyes 'special' win at Carnoustie
Mental toughness (tenacity) is fundamentally about managing our fear in all its guises. ‘Fear’ or what is considered the mind-body’s natural response, alarm and unease, to the perception of not feeling ‘safe’. The key belief to adopt is “whatever happens I will handle it”.
Let’s start with one element of mastering our thoughts – ‘Outcomes Thinking’.