Personally, I’ve often had a bad score in a tournament when the warm-up went really well and, conversely, scored really well after a terrible warm-up! You have to remember that the important thing is to warm up your muscles and adhere to your routines, including your placement and alignment. In particular, don’t fight a tendency that won’t necessarily be reproduced on the course, as each situation is completely different. For example, don’t beat yourself up trying to correct a bad trajectory. Just relax and breathe calmly. This will help you feel more positive and encourage negative feelings to dissipate. And try to lower your expectations of your trajectory. To get the most out of your game and feel good about yourself, focus on what you do best.
Grab your favourite clubs and make sure you use them for your short game and putting!