Eye on the ball, mind on the game: an easy guide to stress-free golf
Guide to golf that emphasises the role of the mind. Presents techniques to control anxiety and aid concentration, and discusses topics such as positive visualisation and improving scoring. Includes a CD, references and an index. The author has practised behavioural medicine in Sydney, specialising in stress related illness and relaxation techniques. His other publications include 'Stress Control Through Self-Hypnosis'.
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Confronting the Negative Game of Golf
The Challenge Exercise
Visualising the Positive Game of Golf
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achieve address the ball adrenaline alignment anxiety aspect of golf backswing bad hole ball position breathing bunker shots challenge exercise Challenge your negativity close-up lens club clubface clubhead competition confidence conscious correct Creative Relaxation David Graham David Mercer deal develop diaphragmatic breathing difficult downswing effective fairway finish focused golf course green Greg Norman grip handicap golfers happen HAPTER hit the ball hit this shot Ian Baker-Finch imagine important improve Jack Nicklaus Killara mental picture mental rehearsal metres muscles narrow focus negative thinking negative thoughts Nicklaus pace players positive thinking positive thoughts practice pre-game pre-shot routine pressure problems professional golfers putt putting realise relaxation cue relaxation techniques Respond with positive rhythm round score set-up routine situation stroke success suggest swing pattern switch tense tension things type of shot uncon usually visualisation skills walk water hazard wide-angle wide-angle lens worry