In our life, we are all faced with choices. Do I take the choice to keep my word or do I think "I won't get caught" and break my word. Do I take the road well traveled which is known to have thousands of pit falls, which could lead me astray or do I take the less taveled road, filled with bumps and bruises along the way, which could lead me safely to my desired destination?
1. Your loving father led you astray and taught you how to cheat on the women you swore you would love and cherish.
2. Your chosen coach has taught you exactly how to improve your swing and win. Your brain led you astray, you lost that tournament.
Number 2 has continued even after you tried different coaches. Congratulations, you have turned into a "golfer wanna-be".
I hoped this weeks tournment would be your "break-back-out" tournament". It seems I was doomed to just hope.
Tiger, again, you are faced with a choice, continue your life as it is now and stay a "golfer-wanna-be" or do something about it. And, the doing something about it will require you to take the road less traveled.
The nice part about taking the "road less traveled" is that even though both will give you some mental bumps and bruises, either can lead you to your desired destination ... back to winning golf tournaments.
Choice 1: Find a city that offers a course called "The Forum" put on by Landmark Education and do it. It will cost you 3 days of your life but I promise they will be well spent.
Choice 2: Go see a psychologist and let him or her help you.
Choice 1 I know will work (I've done it 3 seperate times for 3 seperate reasons). Choice 2, if you are honest with the psychologist I think will work.