Is Golf Driving You Crazy?
This Book Will Tell You Why.
In order to be a good golfer, you need to understand two things.
You need to understand the game. And you need to understand yourself.
The game is a simple one; get the ball in the hole as quickly as possible.
It’s the second part where most golfers are confused.
A simple game becomes more complicated than it should be because most golfers don’t understand how their mind really works.
This misunderstanding is revealed in all the questions golfers have in their heads when they play or practice.
Why do I never play my best golf when I really want to?
Why is it so difficult to fix and improve my golf swing?
Why do I feel so nervous on the first
Why do I always sabotage myself when I have a good round going?
Why do I enjoy golf one day, but find it frustrating and hard work the next?
Many golf psychology books offer mental strategies and techniques to cope with the apparent pressures of the game and to address how golfers feel on the golf course.
This book is different.
Rediscover Your Golfing Happiness!
Remember the freedom you felt playing golf as a kid?
No fear, no worries, no overthinking.
You stepped up on the first tee with confidence and excitement, rather than fear and anxiety.
You saw every shot as an opportunity to learn or enjoy, rather than a challenge to be overcome.
Now imagine playing with that mindset today, but with all the skills, technique and experience you have gained since.
What’s stopping you?
Sam Jarman is a PGA Golf professional, coach and author of the best-selling book ‘The Three Principles of Outstanding Golf’. He played elite level golf for ten years before becoming a coach to golfers of all levels, as well as athletes in other sports.
In this new book, Sam exposes the myths and misunderstandings which stop you playing the golf you know you can.
You will discover:
Why your pre-shot routine could be getting in the way of hitting your best shots.
Why you play well one week, but badly the week after.
Why you forget your good shots in minutes, but remember the bad ones for years.
Why trying to control your thinking and mindset leads to more clutter and tension.
Why ‘hard work’ might not be the ‘one size fits all’ solution the golf instruction industry suggests it to be.
This book explains how you can fall in love with golf again – without changing your swing or spending hours on the driving range.