4 edition of Love That Golf - It CAN Be Better Than You Think found in the catalog.
June 1, 2006
by Hesperides Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||132|
John Context. 10 If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father's commandments, and abide in his love. 11 These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full. 12 This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. 13 Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life. Think about something completely unrelated to golf such as the World Cup or other sport. As Ben Hogan said “As you walk down the fairway of life you must smell the roses, for you only get to play one round.” Try this next time you play and be sure to enjoy it no matter how you play. If you do, you should find “the zone” a lot more often.
Tapping into this love requires a different skill set than what it takes to memorize answers for a test or to follow all the traffic laws so you don’t get a ticket. This isn’t a love you can earn, buy, or win. It’s something better. Something bigger. And it just might be something you . (I happen to think this is one of the greatest aspects of golf: the golf course is always your real adversary, so solo golf can be a competition, because Old Man Par is always there.) In short, competitive golfers tend to seek to spend their time around the game chasing some sort of objective.
I think the act of reading makes you think — you confront ideas and opinions. I love the idea of the Occupy Library — a permanent place where people can interact with new ideas, or look at old ideas in a new way.” So, are print books and the finite nature of the printed page a better source of information than the shifting sands of the. Deer Creek Golf Club says to be honest about your skill level when you are buying golf equipment of any kind. Not Reading a Chapter– If you buy your books on Amazon, you can read sample passages or chapters and get an idea of how the book reads. Make use of this resource to see if you like the book before you buy it.
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Love That Golf. It Can be Better Than You Think (Don Herold - ) (ID) $ Free shippingSeller Rating: % positive. Love That Golf - It CAN Be Better Than You Think By DonHerold Feeling that most golf books are written by top-flight professionals who are miles removed from the problems of the ordinary deskbound, musclebound amateur, Don Herold believed there was room for one golf book written sympathetically by a learner for fellow : Don Herold.
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On average, you can burn calories inn an hour at the driving range. Golf is Fun. The number one reason we keep returning to golf and falling in love with it again is because, heck, golf is fun.
“In order to get to the next level of whatever you’re doing, you must think and act in a wildly different way than you were before.” -Grant Cardone Most People Can’t Be Bothered to Learn. Golf can take a long time to play. If you’re with the right people, that’s hardly a bad thing.
Unwinding with Nature. That’s probably a bit of a catch-all blanket phrase, but the point is that many of you mentioned that you love golf because it allows you to get outside, clear your head, commune with nature that sort of thing.
1. “Success in this game depends less on strength of body than strength of mind and character.” -Arnold Palmer. “I get to play golf for a living.
What more can you ask for, getting paid for doing what you love.” -Tiger Woods. “Stay true to yourself and listen to your inner voice. It will lead you to your dream.”-James Ross. 1. Love is not how you feel, it is more about how you act.
Try to think of love in this way and you won’t go far wrong. If you treat love as a feeling, when you are getting something from someone else and then you stop getting it then your feelings will change along with your behavior.
If you are not a Words of Affirmation person and you discover that your spouse’s language is Words of Affirmation, as I indicated in the book, you can make a list of statements that you hear from other persons or read in magazines or books. Stand in front of a mirror and read the list until you become comfortable hearing yourself say those words.
You are never done learning as a golfer. I wanted to put together a list of golf books that I think can help your game, and hopefully give you some new perspectives on your technique, as well as your mental approach to the game. These are 10 books that I think every golfer should read at least once.
You can’t avoid practice. I’m going to assume that if you want to know how to get better at golf without lessons, you’re still prepared to put some time into practice.
After all, you can’t get better at anything in life without putting in some time and effort. Five reasons why I love golf. to golfers, we think of it in a different way. Golf can be played for fun, going to the local course and having a little hit, possibly with your friends or family.
Now distraction is a problem and we mentioned that already. But some of you may think you’re good at doing a bunch of things at once so you excuse these distractions under the banner of multitasking.
According to studies at the University of Utah, only about % of people can multitask without signficant loss in quality (cited in Baron, ). Based off my favorite sports (and frankly, psychology) book ever, The Inner Game of Tennis, Gallwey introduces you to “self 1” and “self 2” and shows you how to make the two become friends and help you play much better golf in the process.
Most of you are probably going to pass on this, and say “my mental game is just fine.”. Just don’t insult people, think you’re better than them, or act like an idiot. Learn Every Day You’ve got to train your brain to stay alert.
You don’t have to read a book a day to learn. So what have you learned. You've learned that club pros are jerks and think they are better than you. Second, you've learned two secrets to good golf. Lesson One: Have someone you respect tell you that you suck in golf.
Lesson Two: Pretend you have a dime stuck between your ass cheeks, and you can't let it fall out during the swing.
If you are interested in taking your game to the next level, pick up a copy of the book that has been a best-seller in the USA, UK, Canada, Germany and France, as well as reaching the top 10 in Spain and Italy. The book was featured on The Golf Channel as one of the “must have” golf books.
9. It Helps You Think. Golf is also good for the mind – your brain’s neurons are constantly engaged, and neurons which are continuously engaged, may actually slow down the aging process.* It Helps You Strategize. A game of golf demands you to analyze the situation, and to think about every shot you make.
It Helps You Make Decisions. This book will help you think your way around the golf course better than you ever have before. Dr. Rotella’s methods for improving focus and concentration are very simple, easy to implement, and very effective. This is still one of the best books you can read for the mental side of the game.
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