Combat Golf: The Competitor's Field Manual for Winning Against Any Opponent

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Viking Penguin, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 102 pages
Combat Golf is certainly great fun to read but it is also a practical guide to improving your game at every level, especially the level that counts the most - winning. "Make no mistake about it," counsels leading golf expert Captain Ollstein, West Point grad and a golfer of formidable reputation, "golf is war. If you're not looking to win, you probably shouldn't show up."
Even if your hunger for victory is less than savage, you'll learn inside secrets that will help you in every aspect of your play. Captain Ollstein does it by applying centuries-proven military strategies to all the situations that might arise hole by hole. Whether you're negotiating a handicap, assessing your opponent, preparing yourself mentally, rallying from a triple bogey, fighting as a team, or, most important, applying subtle psychological operations ("Psyops" as they're called in the armed forces), the ultimate goal is "to destroy your opponent's will to win."
Immortal military quotations down through the ages and amusing illustrations flavor Captain Ollstein's clear-headed packet of for-your-eyes-only instructions. Just don't let this document fall into enemy hands.

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Contents

Covert Secrets That Destroy Your
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W F F F F Q U I PPF L F IT TO
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TRAINING THE FORCE
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