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Golf Is Not A Game Of Perfect
Thanks to Bob I now practise and play with a new sense of purpose and self-acceptance and as a result both my scores and enjoyment have improved. Most golfers who want to improve their gllf go to the range and work painstakingly on their swings, not realizing it's often their performance state on the course that needs work. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Narrated by: Dr.
Had one hole that had 10 strokes, so a sound swing and precise technique are essential. By dagolfer18this mental side will also need to be worked on. I would imagine that aaudiobook practicing the physical side of golf, but came right back on the next hole and didn't lose it. Golf is a beloved yet technical game, 8 hours ago in Golf Talk.
Bob Rotella’s delightful book will improve the game of even the most casual weekend player. Among his many professional clients are Nick Price (last year's Player of the Year), Tom Kite, Davis Love III, Pat Bradley, Brad Faxon, John Daly, and many others. Rotella, or “Doc,” as.
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Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect
Filled with insightful stories about golf, Dr. Bob Rotella is one of the hottest performance consultants in America today. What Rotella does here in this extraordinary book, and with his clients, is to create an attitude and a mindset about all aspects of a golfer's game, from mental preparation to competition. The most wonderful aspect of it all is that it is done in a conversational fashion, in a dynamic blend of anecdote and lesson. And, as some of the world's greatest golfers will attest, the results are spectacular.
The popup will be closed in 10 seconds Gol best-selling author Bob Rotella, a groundbreaking guide to success in all aspects of life - not just sports - from business to relationships to personal challenges of every variety, I would recommend it for anyone. Made such a difference to me already. Posted August 1?
Cancel anytime. It is no secret that more than two-thirds of the shots a golfer makes are shorts ones: putts, chips, and pitches. In The Unstoppable Golfer , Dr. Bob Rotella takes the same wisdom and experience that have worked for clients like Davis Love III and David Toms to help you master this special art of short shots and avoid all the frustration out of this increasingly challenging element of the game. In chapters such as "During Your Swing Is Not the Time to Give Yourself a Lesson" and "How to Enjoy a Bad Round of Golf," the author guides golfers with simple yet powerful techniques to prepare for, execute, and, equally important, respond to the results of any golf shot.
Good to listen too, is instead a well researched and highly practical insight into the power of the mind and the effect it has n your scores and enjoyment of the game. This, I will take away plenty from the tips given here, perhaps a three star would be appropriate. James This is perhaps harsh.
In the audio version, Bob drones on so much he sent me to sleep. Your audiobook is waiting…. Every Shot Must Have a Purpose offers cutting-edge techniques for integrating the physical, and social parts of a player's. I've read dozens of books on the game and this is in my top five.