The new edition of this groundbreaking instructional continues to preach such "Inner Game" fundamentals as trust, concentration, visualization, feel, and relaxation, and is full of what Gallwey calls "awareness exercises." Much of what he has to say seems obvious in a world in which most good athletes have some kind of psychological guru always at the ready to help improve performance, but Gallwey, with his bagful of anecdotes and encouragement, was one of the first to explore this uncharted territory, and still remains one of the most readable. --Jeff Silverman --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Great book that goes beyond golf mechanics to the core of good golf.Published 13 days ago by Gary Fritz
The book itself is fine. It's a little long-winded, but otherwise fine and a different spin on game-improvement books. Read morePublished 26 days ago by One Who Knows
This was a gift for a student of the game of golf...and possibly a future PGA player if his dreams come true. I think this will help him...he loves it.Published 1 month ago by James Clapp
I believe in the power of natural learning and Tim helps explain it nicely, worth a read.Published 2 months ago by evan
Timothy Gallwey has established himself as one of the foremost educators extant. And all from an error. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dr. John K. Knowles
Best single golf book for lower your score. Had positive impact on other sports and some life situations, also.Published 5 months ago by Deek