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Your 15th Club: The Inner Secret to Great Golf

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All golfers have fourteen clubs in their bag, but the real winners have a little something extra -- that mental attitude that puts their game above the others. Dr. Bob Rotella, author of the bestselling book Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect, brings together his skills and years of experience as a golf psychologist to give readers the insight they need to improve their game -- ...more
ebook, 208 pages
Published May 13th 2008 by Free Press
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Major Doug
Listened to this book: good theory on the mental approach to the game of golf; however, his stories seemed to lack relevancy.
Success in golf and in life can be attributed to confidence. This must be tempered by assigning a given level of talent and devotion to practice. I cannot hit like Tiger but given the amount of talent I have and the amount of work that I put into golf I can maximize my performance by positive thinking.
Forget about losses, accentuate the positive. Hang out with supportive friends and peers and not cynics.
Carley Cox
This book has changed the way I view golf. It put my mental game into a whole new perspective, and has helped my confidence, which in return helps my tournament play. So much golf wisdom lies beneath the cover of this book. Without the elements that are discussed in this book, it is so hard to play to the best of your ability. So for all the golfers out there, this book is a must read.
The mental side of golf. I am not into affirmations--I cannot effectively deceive myself (seems dishonest). I thought the book was a waste of time--perhaps that is why I am a very mediocre golfer.
Mike Harrigan
Not as good as golf is not a game of perfect. Pretty good, focus is on thinking on the golf course. More geared to the advanced player.
this book is tremendous and helped my golf game improve immediately. i highly recommend this book to any golfer.
I really find his tips to be repetitive and annoying. They didn't really help me; I hope they'll help you
Bernardo Llaguno
Great to understand what you need to play better golf and enjoy while doing it.
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