The Successful Golfer addresses 50 of the most common faults that players experience and which hold them back. These include hitting the self-destruct button when winning, nervousness on the first tee, and losing focus off poor drives. The second part of the book contains explanations of cutting edge research, and the third part offers techniques including preshot routines and goal setting.
Most golfers talk a great deal about the importance of a solid “mental” game, yet few have the skills in place to remain focused and calm when emotions are running high and performance hits the wall. We remain in a good mood until we hit a few bad shots, only to have negative thoughts and emotions overpower both us and our games.
A Real World User Guide to get your handicap down from 24 to 10.
This concise and unique guide is written by a Real World golfer who has just gone through this long and arduous battle himself, and who is now a comfortable (and smiling) single handicapper.
Ebook now includes Part Two: "From 10 to 0 - The Golfers Brain"
One of the most basic principles in our lives that becomes important to understand is that we cannot have anything until we first imagine it in the mind. This is as true with a golf shot as it is with anything else.It is ultimately how we internally activate an experience through thought and imagination that either brings it closer to us or pushes it further away...
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