A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey...
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|Subject: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Tue Oct 20, 2009 9:11 pm|| |
Full Title: Golf Rx: A 15-Minute-a-Day Core Program for More Yards and Less Pain
Dear all, I've been on this golf journey for close to 6 months with a coach but have still ended up with injuries to my fingers, lower back and shoulder. While a coach might not be the only factor, I think providing yourself more knowledge would defintely prevent your golf journey to be cut short. Hence I would like to share this book which I think has several helpful tips (e.g warm up, after injury).
The amazon link is http://www.amazon.com/Golf-Rx-15-Minute-Day-Program/dp/1592402666 but you can get it from the National Library for FREE. I got it from the Central Library.
Perhaps we can share/recommend a book?
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Tue Oct 20, 2009 9:21 pm|| |
The Negotiable Golf Swing - Joseph Laurentino
Hank Haney's Essentials of the Swing: A 7-Point Plan for Building a Better Swing and Shaping Your Shots - Hank Haney
The Art of Short Game - Stan Utley
Above are the some of the better books that I have read.
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Tue Oct 20, 2009 10:03 pm|| |
Tom Watson's Strategic Golf
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:44 pm|| |
I like this!!
Golf and the Game of Leadership: An 18-Hole Guide for Success in Business and in Life
It's more of the mental training you can learn from golf...
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:16 am|| |
hmmm the mental side of the game is something we tend to neglect the most! i know i do..
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:36 am|| |
Ben Hogan's: Five Lessons: The Modern Fundementals of Golf
I read and followed his advice about two years ago and it has really increased by consistancy in ball-striking and distances--has good illustrations also.
For the mental part of golf, Bob Rotella book are good--he was Padriag Harrington's sports psychologists prior to Harrington's two Major tournament wins in 2008.
In the end, much practicing, playing on full-size courses, applying what you learned and correcting your faults are the only way to get better at golf.
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:54 am|| |
Men are more visual creatures so I prefer this series of DVD’s.
IlubMidgetPr0n Vols 6-9.
It helps me relax my muscles before each game
p.s….thanks Techno, Botak and Willy for letting me into the secrets of your strong mental game!
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:13 am|| |
- ironfist wrote:
- hmmm the mental side of the game is something we tend to neglect the most! i know i do..
Ya for the technical aspect, we can probably find info easily from the web. It's the mental side which we have really neglected.
Its an easy-to-read book and the best thing is its available in the library!! Free!!!
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|Subject: Mind Over Golf Mon Nov 02, 2009 11:44 pm|| |
I would recommend "Mind Over Golf" by Dr. Richard Coop
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Thu Dec 03, 2009 1:29 am|| |
For reading to/with junior on golf: Caddy-Whack! A Kid's Eye View of Golf
about 85 pages, written by a 13-year-old kid named Drew Murray. I found it in the library.
Quoting page 15: "Golf is a great game, because, on the golf course, unlike the rest of the world, the only person who can put you down is yourself"
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Thu Dec 03, 2009 7:32 am|| |
Given how I last played, the only book which will be help me now is the Bible.
Clearing my Storeroom
of golfing goodies. Please help support
"A ball will always come to rest halfway down a hill, unless there is sand or water at the bottom.
" Henry Beard
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:13 am|| |
"Golf is not a game of perfect" by Bob Rotella... he has written a bunch of sports pscychiatry books. He has helped a lot of pros and amateurs alike. Check him out
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:43 am|| |
My game sucks but i enjoyed reading. Maybe becos read till confuse haha. Started with technical stuff. After reading quite a few and still not seeing improvement, decided to stop wasting my $ and read those leisure stuff now like books written by caddie etc.
btw, I think the book 'Impact zone' is a good read. 'little red book' (something like that) is a easy read.
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Fri Dec 04, 2009 5:12 pm|| |
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|Subject: Re: A Book which might be helpful for your golf journey... Tue Dec 22, 2009 11:20 am|| |
hmmm... why would the sales posting from avgolfer ending up here?
Anyway, another book from the library which is imho fun to read,
"The Downhill Lie, a Hacker's Return to a Ruinous Sport" by Carl Hiaasen published in 2008
Total pages 207. The author returns to golf after 32 yrs of absence
Quoting some pages:
'.. What's the record for the number of golf balls lost in nine holes? and why doesn't someone invent a tee that you can slit your wrists with?'
'.. Piled up a 103 at Sandridge, just dreadful. I'm breaking down and ordering those Callaways tomorrow. As if it'll make a difference'
'.. The only "moment of inertia" that affects me is the one that occurs every time I stand over the ball, frozen with trepidation..'
Mentioning on his Scotty Cameron putter gift from wife, '.. Even if the occasion calls for it, I'll never have the heart to wrap this lovely putter around a pine tree..."
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