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Fearless Golf: Conquering the Mental Game

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2008

    Great for your mental game on the golf course.

    Fearless Golf is a great book to help with your mental stability on the golf course. It talks about your mental status on the golf course and how becoming more mentally stable can improve your score. It also tells stories of professionals using this mental stability to succeed in golf tournaments.<BR/> <BR/> I liked this book because it told me what I need to do to improve my mental side of my golf game. In golf you don¿t just need talent of the game to succeed you also have to have a good mental game. This book has really helped in mine especially in my golf tournaments because I used to play well at my home course but not be able to play the same when I went to a tournament, but after reading this book I have become more mentally stable at my tournaments and I¿m playing much better in them.<BR/><BR/> I didn¿t like the book though because it was kind of boring. It didn¿t ever grab my attention and the only times it was interesting was when it was telling the stories about the professionals. The book doesn¿t tell a story or anything like that so it isn¿t going to grab your attention but I knew it was going to help me play better in my tournaments so I read it anyways.<BR/><BR/> I don¿t recommend the book for people who just want to read a book for fun because you would probably find it boring and if you didn¿t know anything about golf you probably wouldn¿t even understand it. However, I do recommend the book for people who love to play golf and really want to improve their score.

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