Golf: The Mind Game

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Random House Publishing Group, Jun 8, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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Whether you're a world-class palyer or a weekend  enthusiast, improving your golf game begins with  your mind. You may be amazed to discover what  happens when you free yourself from overthinking you  shots and let your unconcious mind play the  game.



Now acclaimed sports counselor Dr.  Marlin Mackenzie provides more than 30  situation-specific exercises to help you deepen your  awareness of your emotional and intellectual barriers.  You'll learn to capitalize on your inner resources  to play up to your potential.


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Ken Denlinger is a sportswriter for "The Washington Post" and covers college football. He lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He is a Penn State alumnus, class of 1964.

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