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‘What If My Swing Abandons Me?’ – PGA Tour Pro Details Psychological Battle Of A 54-Hole Lead

There is a saying in sport that athletes often use when they are close to lifting a title or reaching their respective goal and their brain is doing its best to stress them out – ‘pressure is a privilege.’

For those of us who have ever led a club championship or a medal event, especially one that takes place over multiple days, you will be all too aware of the emotions that will flood your body when out in front. But just imagine how intense that kind of psychological battle would be if you were to be heading up a PGA Tour event. That kind of pressure must be very tough to view as a positive.

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