Going Low teaches tour-proven strategies so you can break through your individual scoring barrier--whether it's 100, 90, 80, or 70--for the first time and continue to shoot low golf scores. Drawing heavily from the experience of top professionals and his own work, author Patrick Cohn provides specific instructions that will guide you, lesson by lesson, toward your dreamed-about scoring target. With this book, you will learn how to unlock your self-imposed limits and develop confidence in your play.
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What do Ernie Els, David Duval, Notah Begay III, and Laura Davies all have in common? Besides being great players on their respective golf tours, they also have posted some of the lowest competitive scores in recent years. To "go low," they have all developed attributes other than physical talent that have taken them this far—and they have the mindset to shoot low scores.
In Going Low, Dr. Patrick Cohn teaches nine tour-proven lessons that are essential to the mindset of a player trying to break his or her individual scoring barrier. These lessons include how to eliminate self-imposed limits, how to create a confident mindset, and how to play golf without too many mechanical thoughts. The lessons are backed up with the collective expertise of many PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, and BUY.COM Tour pros the author has interviewed and worked with over the last ten years. Even though the best players in the world have "lower" standards, they still have to address the same mental hurdles that all golfers face.
No golfer can shoot low on a whim, and there are no quick fixes to mastering golf's mental game. But those players who study the lessons in this book and examine their inner thoughts and emotions will learn how to focus and stay in control, just like the game's elite players. By applying the lessons in Going Low to your own game—whether you're a high, middle, or low handicap—you can hope to shoot a personal best round or break one of the game's established scoring barriers.From the Back Cover:
Praise for Patrick Cohn and Going Low:
"Dr. Cohn is a super teacher and great author. In Going Low, Dr. Cohn does a superb job of teaching golfers the importance of not thinking about score if you want to take it deep. Going Low is an inspiring and fun book for golfers of any level."
--J. L. Lewis, PGA Tour winner
In Going Low, noted sports psychologist Patrick Cohn teaches you nine tour-proven lessons that will help you get into the right mindset to break your individual scoring barrier. These lessons will help you eliminate self-imposed limits, create a confident mindset, and play golf without letting mechanical swing thoughts get in the way.
No golfer can shoot low on a whim, and there are no quick fixes to mastering golf's mental game. But if you learn the lessons in this book and examine your inner thoughts and emotions, you will learn how to focus and stay in control--just like the game's elite players. By applying the lessons in Going Low to your own game--whether you're a high, middle, or low handicap--you can hope to shoot a personal-best round or break one of the game's established scoring barriers.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New larger paperback with photo cover. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000025348
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110071385576
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0071385576