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The Motivation Game

The Motivation Game can serve as a stand alone book that offers a new science-based and player-tested perspective on the mental game and golf improvement or as a complement to other mental game books to help you more successfully apply conventional sport psychology techniques. It was my purpose to write a book that offered new and unique ideas that help golfers better understand and overcome the motivational reasons that cause them to get in their own way and hold them back from getting better. These principles work. In over two decades of working with golfers, most of my golf clients have gone on to win a tournament relatively shortly after beginning our work together. Most of my other golf clients have significantly improved their scoring average. The reader will also learn a brand new psychological strategy for shot selection, the motivational basis of strong commitment and enhanced focus, as well as advanced practice strategies for skill acquisition.

 

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