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The purpose of this study was to verify the relationship among self-leadership, physical self-efficacy and exercise flow of golf players. The meet the purpose of this study, the total 309 copies of data were collected from middle and high schools, universities and general players. After the collected data were computerized by using of SPSS 16.0 program, descriptive statistics, exploratory factor analysis, correlation analysis and hierarchical regression analysis were carried out. And the confirmatory factor analysis with AMOS 16.0 program was implemented. The results were as follows. Firstly, for the relationship between self-leadership and physical self-efficacy, the constructive though strategies had positive effect on the perceived physical fitness and self-expression confidence. Secondly, for the relationship between self-leadership and exercise flow, the behavior-oriented strategies and natural rewards had positive effect on cognitive and behavior commitment. Thirdly, for the relationship between physical self-efficacy and exercise flow, the perceived physical fitness and self-experience confidence had positive effect on cognitive and behavior commitment.