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by W. Timothy Gallwey

eBook The Inner Game of Golf ePub
Author: W. Timothy Gallwey
Language: English
ISBN: 0812979702
ISBN13: 978-0812979701
Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks; Reprint edition (January 6, 2009)
Pages: 272
Category: Miscellaneous
Subcategory: Outdoors
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 598
Formats: lit mobi txt lrf
ePub file: 1760 kb
Fb2 file: 1941 kb

Inside Golf W. Timothy Gallwey’s bestselling Inner Game books–with more than one million copies sold–have revolutionized the way we think about sports. As he did in his phenomenally successful The Inner Game of Tennis.

Inside Golf W.

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Timothy Gallwey's bestselling Inner Game books-with over one million copies sold-have revolutionized the way we think about sports. В В В В В В В В Even the masters of the game, from the venerable Jack Nicklaus to the wunderkind Tiger Woods, must battle their mental demons to excel in the crucible of competition

Timothy Gallwey does, and in this ground-breaking book he tells you how to overcome the inner obstacles that .

Timothy Gallwey does, and in this ground-breaking book he tells you how to overcome the inner obstacles that sabotage your efforts to be your best on the job. Timothy Gallwey burst upon the scene twenty years ago with his revolutionary approach to excellence in sports. His bestselling books The Inner Game of Tennis and The Inner Game of Golf, with over one million copies in print, changed the way we think about learning and coaching.

Timothy Gallweys bestselling Inner Game books-with more than one million copies sold-have revolutionized the way we think about sports

Timothy Gallweys bestselling Inner Game books-with more than one million copies sold-have revolutionized the way we think about sports. As he did in his phenomenally successful The Inner Game of Tennis, Gallwey provides methods that can be applied to situations beyond the green. The Inner Game of Golf delivers strategies to achieve potential-both in the crucible of competition and in everyday life.

Timothy Gallwey (born 1938 in San Francisco) is an author who has written a series of books in which he has set forth a new methodology for coaching and for the development of personal and professional excellence in a variety of fields that he calls "the Inner Game". Since he began writing in the 1970s, his books include The Inner Game of Tennis, The Inner Game of Golf, The Inner Game of Music (with Barry Green), Inner Skiing and The Inner Game of Work

Город: Malibu, CAПодписчиков: 6 ты. себе: Often referred to as The Father of Mode.

Город: Malibu, CAПодписчиков: 6 ты. себе: Often referred to as The Father of Modern Coaching. He introduced the world to mindset applied for peak performance with his "Inner Game" series of books

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The classic guide to sharpening your mind and raising your performance—on the green, and in the game of life. “The best sports psychology book ever written about golf.”—Inside Golf W. Timothy Gallwey’s bestselling Inner Game books–with more than one million copies sold–have revolutionized the way we think about sports. As he did in his phenomenally successful The Inner Game of Tennis, Gallwey provides methods that can be applied to situations beyond the green. The Inner Game of Golf delivers strategies to achieve potential–both in the crucible of competition and in everyday life. With Gallwey as a guide, you’ll learn how to • defeat your mental demons and find clarity under pressure • dispel tensions that can sabotage your performance • build confidence and overcome insecurities that can hijack your best instincts • employ the art of “relaxed concentration” to improve your swing, your game, and your life No matter what your skill set, Gallwey’s pioneering strategies, real-life examples, and illuminating advice are perfect for anyone who strives to be a champion on and off the course.
Brightfury
This is the best golf book ever written. It might sound hyperbolic but I mean. I should qualify that statement with a simple disclaimer: this in NOT a technical examination of the mechanics of hitting a golf ball (although the section about teaching beginners is brilliant). This is a book for people who already have a mountain of technical information between their ears, each little swing key competing with the last, sabotaging their natural ability to perform the athletic sequence of a golf swing.
I'm still selling it short. This is a philosophy book. You know the old saying "he's his own worst enemy"? Welcome to the explanation. We have an analytical part of our brain that dominates our internal discourse. He is omnipresent and opinionated, and he often usurps control of functions that are perfectly suited to our instinctual selves. In other words, he tries to micromanage the very things he's unsuited for. The golf swing is a perfect example. This book teaches you how to give that analytical part of your brain something constructive to do, something for which he has real aptitude--awareness--and frees up the instinctive part of self to perform the complex actions he is perfectly suited for without the constant criticism and absurd expectations of the analytical self getting in the way.
It will take time to condition the analytical self to his new roll. He will try to pop back up in the roll where he is least effective. This is great practice. He's easy to fool. Give him something useful to do and go back at it. You will play better golf than you've ever played in your life, and you will finally know how to enjoy the game without that destructive attachment to the outcome of every single shot that has ruined so many perfectly good rounds of golf.
Eseve
Every time I read this book I improve my golf game a lot ! The book is not at all about stance, swing, distance , clubs or anything external to the game of golf. It's a book about getting your mind to believe you are good so that you will be good ! Has done wonders for my game , but I have to read it at least 2 times per season because we tend to forget golf is about what happens between your ears. Best book I've read about the game.
Wymefw
This is a quite unique and valuable book, that emphasizes the mental game. It is unique in that the author is not a highly skilled golfer. His real forte is tennis, and his book on the inner game of tennis is what lead him to venture to the sport of golf. To summarize his approach, he emphasizes getting away from relying mainly on a myriad of mechanical thoughts, and instead on learning to trust your native abilities. He emphasizes things like relaxation techniques, ways of minimizing the excessive tension that afflicts all but the very finest players. (Although even the very best sometimes focus on the mechanical so much that excessive tension creeps into their games. A few years ago Justin Leonard was in the midst of a slump until he finally realized that his grip pressure had increased FOUR fold!) I will say that the first edition of this book went to extremes, practically claiming that no mechanical thoughts at all were needed. I believe that some of that naivety has been eliminated in this edition. The ideal has to be a blend of mechanical and mental aproaches to the swing. This book can help. His approach is a needed counterpoint to the excessively mechanical approach that the typical serious amateur player takes. 'Paralysis by analysis' is a real problem, and by addressing mental side of the game, and learning to TRUST the innate abilities our bodies have rather than trying to make everything happen, you can free up your swing and play with more confidence and less frustration. Is this book a panacea? No! You will have to work at these skills just like you work on your mechanics for them to become effective under pressure, but they do help if you stick with them.
Kann
Timothy Gallwey has established himself as one of the foremost educators extant. And all from an error. In his youth, he was a skilled champion tennis player, yet he failed to hit a point that he had practised thousands of times at a crucial moment in a finals. What was the difference in that moment that prevented him his deserved success? Upon thinking about the moment, he uncovered an incredible principle of learning which he turned into a sturcture whch allows the seperation of talent from errors: Performance equals potential minus interference.
Gallwey has become the topmost explorer of "stuff" that prevents us from achieving anything close to our natural excellence. In a series of books, of which this one is the most famous, he has applied the formula to tennis, golf, skiing, music, business and just natural day-to-day living. Awareness and self-correction are the bi-words that allow for discrimination between real potential and the interference that block awareness. His examples and drills aim at identyfying the interference and the means to diminish their impact. If you want to find what your potential really is and ways to realize it, Gallway is your guied.
Faebei
If you occasionally shoot scratch golf but regularly play a 20 handicap this book will tell you what to THINK --- or NOT THINK --- in order to let your body do the job it needs to do to play great golf. Regularly.
Malalrajas
There are a bunch of golf books written by golfers and golf writers which focus on the mental aspect of the game. And golf may be the most mental of games this side of chess.

But Timothy Gallwey has been writing books about the mental aspects of all sorts of stuff -- including tennis, skiing, etc. So he brings a much wider vision to his analysis of golf and its mental challenges than other folks can do.

Mr. Gallwey kind of started this whole "mental aspect of the game" business with his "Inner Game of Tennis" book back in the 1960's, and his understanding of this critical aspect of doing the game effectively between your ears is as valuable and well thought-through here as it was with his tennis book back then.
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