That’s all there is to it! I find it helpful to swap fearful thoughts (It would be awful to chunk this) for finesse ones (Just “kiss” the grass). Embrace the moment and be smooth. Oh and your lower body should work just as hard as your upper (weekend players tend to “deaden” their legs around the green).
But if you can learn to see the golf course in a slightly different way and learn to choose more appropriate targets when you’re hitting from trouble you can eliminate the majority of disastrous blow-up holes that inevitably find their way onto your scorecard.
First take a look at the sketch of a typical golf hole rendered in normal colors in the image above on the left. Then look at the same hole depicted in “shotmaking difficulty” colors on the right which is how I see the holes I play. This system allows me to recognize at a glance the difficulty that a particular hole actually presents to me during a round.