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  • Author:
    Doc Childre
  • ISBN:
    0970028636
  • ISBN13:
    978-0970028631
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  • Publisher:
    HeartMath LLC (January 2004)
  • Pages:
    60 pages
  • FB2 format
    1962 kb
  • ePUB format
    1379 kb
  • DJVU format
    1918 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    498
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If you are a passionate golfer, you can appreciate the pleasurable emotional state associated with playing at the peak of your game. You also understand how emotional blowups or meltdowns can quickly override and undo the results of countless hours of practice. A new, illustrated, 60-page book explains how you can achieve and maintain optimal emotional states for extended periods of time-even in the heat of intense competition.

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Effective management of the emotions in your golf game will not only lower your scores, but is guaranteed to increase your enjoyment of the game. -Lynn Marriott and Pia Nilsson, Voted Top 50 Teachers 2003-2004, Golf Digest.

Effective management of the emotions in your golf game will not only lower your scores, but is guaranteed to increase your enjoyment of the game.

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If you are a passionate golfer, you can appreciate the pleasurable emotional state associated with playing at the peak of your game. You also understand how emotional blowups or meltdowns can quickly override and undo the results of countless hours of practice. A new, illustrated, 60-page book explains how you can achieve and maintain optimal emotional states for extended periods of time-even in the heat of intense competition. You’ll learn HeartMath’s Quick Coherence® technique for emotional balance and high performance in golf. It’s easily integrated into practice routines, just like chipping, putting, ball striking, etc., and will help you maintain your energy, avoid errors due to emotional judgments and inner turbulence, shoot lower scores, and stay at peak longer. From the back cover: "HeartMath tools help golfers recognize how their emotional state changes so quickly, and how they can take charge of that. The Freeze-Framer software gives golfers techniques to control themselves while under pressure and in tense situations both athletically and in life. This is important for high performance." -- Laird Small, 2003 National PGA Teacher of the Year; Top 50 Teacher, Golf Magazine; Top 100 Teacher, Golf Magazine "The HeartMath techniques took 8 strokes off my golf game within a week of learning them." -- Tom Ryan, golf pro and Director of Integrated Medicine at Columbia St. Mary's Hospital in Wisconsin "I use the Quick Coherence technique on the golf course, and it always makes my day. It helps me get out of my own way‚ calm my mental chatter, release habitual anxieties, and swing with better rhythm and tempo. It also improves my putting. Thanks to HeartMath and the Freeze-Framer® technology, I am playing better and enjoying my self more on the golf course. I am confident it will work just as well for you, too." -- Michael McTeigue, Author of The Keys to the Effort less Golf Swing, Curing Your Hit in Seven Simple Lessons

Gelgen
as you can tell by my title I found it easy to hate golf; constant negative chatter and always thinking the Golf Gods are against me having a good time on the golf course. I believe this book will allow you to escape this negativity and actually enjoy golf. I feel this book finally ties in why a negative person always ends up on that downward spiral to even worse play. I finally see the entire picture with this book and I hope you too open your mind to this alternative method that allows you to be happy and play better; but you have to work at it, not like some new tip you just saw on the Golf Channel and try it to only find out it doesn't work for you after a few bad holes. Like anything else worthwhile, you have to work at it for it to become natural. Good luck!!!!
Heri
To me, golf is a metaphor for life. It requires periods of laser like focus with the ability to let go and relax in between. It involves having an awareness about how our basic biology "ticks," and your strategy on how to deal with it. Thought and emotion is the essence of us all, and on the golf course, how we emotionally relate to the pressure of driving a ball down the middle of the fairway, making a green, or sinking the easiest of putts. There really is a clear alignment with golf regarding the desire of reaching the destination and the journey one takes - what's more important? Jack Nicklaus had a very distinctive strategy. It was all about the journey. This book helps with the journey. So before you even think about teeing up again, take a deep breath, relax, and read this book - simple.