Mental Toughness for Golf” is a refreshingly different golf psychology book, granting you privileged access to the minds of professionals, elite amateurs and others involved in top level golf as they reflect on rounds, tournaments or phases in which mental fortitude helped them get the results they wanted. Rather than an instruction manual, it is a story book whose powerful, engaging tales highlight the human element that makes golf so mentally challenging.
Foreword by Ryder Cup Captain, Colin Montgomerie
Learn how Nick Faldo reeled in Greg Norman in the 1996 Masters; how Colin Montgomerie coped with a hostile Ryder Cup crowd; how Justin Rose dealt with an endless stream of missed cuts; how Gary Wolstenholme conquered mighty Tiger in the Walker Cup and much much more.
Many top golfers have turned to psychology in their quest to improve, but mental skills aren’t just the preserve of the game’s elite – you too can benefit from improved thinking on and off the course.