30-Second Golf Swing: How to Train Your Brain to Improve Your Game

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Harper Collins, Mar 1, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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One of Golf Magazine's Top 100 teachers reveals the 30-second technique to avoid mental errors and reach your true potential.

A golf swing takes less than two seconds to execute. But it's the 28 seconds before that swing that separates the average golfer from the champion. Now one of the country's most soughtafter golf coaches shows you how to develop the instincts and patterns necessary to deliver a great shot and stay in control even in the most high-pressure situations.

The 30-Second Golf Swing enables you to impose your will on the golf course rather than allowing the golf course to impose its will on you. The techniques in this book will I help you recognize what is happening when your game starts to slip and gives you the tactics to regain control immediately. Best of all I it will I help you achieve a score that matches your talent for the game and develop a mastery not only of golf but also of yourself.

 

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Contents

Training Your Brain
1
Your Strength and Weakness Profile
22
STAR
36
The Plan
59
Golf in the Go Lane
88
The Power of Imagery
122
The Rehearsal
144
The Commitment Line
158
Tracks of Excellence
185
Glossary
217
Permissions
224
Index
227
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T. J.Ttomasi is Assistant Director of The Academy of Golf at PGA National. Three times Head Professional & PGA Teaching Professional, he was Instructional Editor of "Golf Illustrated Magazine". Dr. Tomasi has a Ph.D. in Education with a major in Learning Theory.

Maloney is an instruction editor for Golf Magazine and a golf instructor.

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