One of the most overlooked parts of human health is rest and sleep. Our ability to function at our optimum levels is massively affected by how much quality sleep we get and, of course, this can affect your performance on the golf course.
Getting longer periods of unbroken sleep helps us to repair our bodies but, just as importantly, it allows our brains ability to function better too. Studies have found that our ability to retain information and our ability to perform tasks from “muscle memory” is directly associated to the last 2 hours of a deep sleep. If this is interrupted, we lose retention.
So, do everything you can to get a deep sleep before your round. Remember, these daily ideas will not radically change your game, overnight (no pun intended), but when combined, they will give you the best chance of improving your performance.