One of the greatest tools for improving your game is simply visualizing what you want to happen.
Most of us already do this, only we visualize what we don’t want to happen. The problem is our brains don’t understand the “don’t” part. Taking 15 minutes to think about the best shots you hit in your previous round can do wonders for your game. Stay away from the “could have and should have” thoughts and only concentrate on the good shots you actually hit.
Now apply this when you are on the course by adding a few seconds to your pre-shot routine to visualize how you want the shot to come off. Keep those positive thoughts in your mind as long as possible while you execute the shot. It won’t be easy at first but like any other part of your game, in time you will see improvement in your visualization and in your play.