You do not have to play many rounds of golf to understand how much of the game is played in the mind. Different courses, conditions, and shot requirements all present unique challenges that need focus and mental strength from the winning player. In turn, moving from the practice range onto the golf course can often magically produce drops in concentration, increased frustration, and unexpected self-doubt: drives go wayward, three foot putts get missed, and water features seem to become magnets. The Successful Golfer is designed to help address 50 of the most common faults that players experience and which hold them back.
|Number of pages||178|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
- sport psychology