Golf Is a Game of Confidence

ISBN-10: 068483040X
ISBN-13: 9780684830407
Edition: 1996
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Description: Sports psychologist Bob Rotella is now firmly established as one of the premier teachers in the golf world, with a client list boasting Nick Price, John Daly and Tom Kite. Here he concentrates on the importance of confidence to a golfer.

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Book details

List price: $24.99
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Publication date: 5/20/1996
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 240
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Sports psychologist Bob Rotella is now firmly established as one of the premier teachers in the golf world, with a client list boasting Nick Price, John Daly and Tom Kite. Here he concentrates on the importance of confidence to a golfer.

Dr. Bob Rotella is consistently recognized as the world's premier sports psychologist. He has dedicated his life to helping coaches, athletes, business leaders, and salespeople use their minds and emotions to take them to the top of their chosen professions. Rotella is the author of Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect , the bestselling sports psychology book of all time, as well as several other top-selling books. He has been selected as one of the Top 10 Golf Teachers of the Twentieth Century. In addition to being a columnist and editorial board member for Golf Digest magazine and a contributing editor for Sports Psychology Journal , he appears regularly on NBC's High Performance Golf , on the Golf Channel, and on Larry King Live .

Introduction
How Brad Faxon Stayed in the Present
How Fred Arenstein Broke 80
How Jay Delsing Kept Trusting
How Davis Love III Got Back to the Masters
How Val Skinner Won the Sprint
How Paul Runyan Beat Sam Snead 8 and 7
How Patsy Price Broke 90
How Tim Simpson Battled the Yips
How Byron Nelson Won Eleven Straight
How Bill Shean Prepared for the Club Championship at Pine Valley
How Billy Mayfair Rebuilt His Confidence
How Dicky Pride Crossed the Fine Line
How David Frost Learned to Close
How Guy Rotella Came to Golf
How Nona Epps Learned to Come Through in the Clutch
How Pat Bradley Finished Her Victory Lap
How Claude Williamson Got from Stumpy Lake to the Cascades
How Tom Kite Honors His Commitment
Appendix: More Rotella's Rules

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