Golf Is Not A Game Of Perfect

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Golf Is Not A Game Of Perfect "Half of this game is 90% mental." I believe Yogi Berra said something similar to this. He was talking about baseball at the time, but it applies to golf just the same.

Bob Rotella, writer of "Golf Is Not A Game Of Perfect," can help you build a power mental approach to the game of golf. He's worked directly with many PGA Tour pros including Davis Love III, Tom Kite, Brad Faxon, John Daly, and Nick Price.

I've read this book twice and would recommend it to everybody (not just golfers). In this book, "Doc" (as everybody calls him) gives specific examples of coping with everyday problems that keep golfers from moving to the next level. Reading this book will change your approach to the game of golf, and what's more, it will change your approach to many things in life.

One example: he suggests learning to love the challenge of a shot played from the rough or trees as opposed to feeling anger or fear. Another example is how he teaches you to gain confidence in yourself by changing how you think about yourself. One of his credos states, "Confidence is simply the aggregate of the thoughts you have about yourself."

The best thing about this book is: it is written in a conversational style, with many anecdotes and lessons. If you are a golf geek like me, you will relish in the specific stories involving some of golf's biggest names.

Read this book and thank me later. Once you've wrapped your brain around the half of this game that is 90% mental, you can work on the 10% that is half physical.

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