Your 15th Club: The Inner Secret to Great Golf

Your 15th Club: The Inner Secret to Great Golf

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By (author) Bob Rotella

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  • Publisher: SIMON & SCHUSTER AUDIO
  • Format: CD-Audio
  • Dimensions: 127mm x 142mm x 13mm | 68g
  • Publication date: 7 July 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Riverside
  • ISBN 10: 0743571592
  • ISBN 13: 9780743571593
  • Edition: Abridged
  • Edition statement: abridged edition
  • Sales rank: 477,428

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Dr Bob Rotella, author of half a dozen bestselling books on golf, including Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect brings together his skills and years of experience as a golf psychologist to give listeners the insight they need to improve their game - before they ever step up to the tee. At some point in playing the sport, whether they're competing on the professional tour or enjoying a day with their foursome on any public course, every golfer hits a snag in their mental game. Dr Bob shows listeners how to emulate Tiger, become more comfortable with their own inner arrogance, how to learn from better golfers, and overcome fear. He teachers listeners easy ways to talk themselves into feeling confident and provides a detailed plan that anyone at any level can use to build self-esteem both on and off the course.

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Dr. Bob Rotella is a consultant to the PGA of America, the PGA Tour, and the LPGA Tour. He is the author of several bestselling golf books including GOLF IS NOT A GAME OF PERFECT.

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"After my first few events as a professional in 1999, I realized I needed to find a way to quiet my mind and focus my thoughts. Since then, Dr. Rotella and I have focused on target, routine, and acceptance. Though I have not yet perfected it, I continue to work on it daily and have reached a career-high 12thEin the official world golf ranking." -- Trevor Immelman, 2006 PGA Rookie of the Year