Seven Principles of Golf: Mastering the Mental Game On and Off the Golf Course

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The Seven Principles of Golf are essential to the game of the seasoned professional as well as the beginning golfer."-Jerry Kelly, PGA Tour Professional

Harvey Penick's Little Red Book meets The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

In The Seven Principles of Golf, Darrin Gee, the golf industry's most innovative instructor, brings us a ground-breaking book destined to be ...
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Overview

The Seven Principles of Golf are essential to the game of the seasoned professional as well as the beginning golfer."-Jerry Kelly, PGA Tour Professional

Harvey Penick's Little Red Book meets The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

In The Seven Principles of Golf, Darrin Gee, the golf industry's most innovative instructor, brings us a ground-breaking book destined to be a classic akin to Harvey Penick's Little Red Book and Ben Hogan's Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf. This inspirational golf instruction book offers Gee's simple yet profoundly powerful mental and inner approach to golf mastery. Proven successful by golfers of all levels, including PGA Tour professionals, at Gee's nationally recognized Spirit of Golf Academy, his Seven Principles of Golf blend together timeless concepts into a dynamic and effective step-by-step process leading to better shots, lower scores, and more fun.

Beyond a coach or a sports psychologist, Gee is a true philosopher of golf-and of life. His instructional method embraces a golfer's total performance, and each chapter applies the same principles taught in golf to personal and professional life. In presenting techniques for quieting the mind, enhancing awareness, visualizing each shot, developing pre-shot rituals, and finding one's natural swing, Gee prescribes a series of exercises to be performed on and off the golf course. This eloquent and motivational book promises to bring about dramatic changes not only in one's golf game, but in one's personal and professional life as well.
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Perfecting your coordination, learning to putt, and deciding which club to use are all important parts of golf, but make no mistake: Your mental approach to the game is equally essential. Inner golf expert Darrin Gee has coached hundreds of players, from weekend duffers to PGA Tour professionals, helping them to quiet their minds and sharpen their senses. In The Seven Principles of Golf, he offers a simple and cohesive step-by-step process with detailed explanations and exercises, all designed to help you improve your mental game. This succinct, persuasive 128-page book belongs on your golf shelf next to Harvey Penick's Little Red Book and Ben Hogan's Five Lessons.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615602261
  • Publisher: Abrams, Harry N., Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/1/2007
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

As a leading authority on mental and inner golf mastery, DARRIN GEE has been featured in numerous publications. He released a two-volume DVD series, Mastering the Mental Game of Golf, in June 2004. An engaging and charismatic speaker, Gee is regularly invited to speak about his "Seven Principles of Golf." He lives on the Big Island of Hawaii with his wife and two children.

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