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  • Unknown Binding
  • Publisher: Subconscious Golf, Inc. (1981)
  • ASIN: B0096U4EU2
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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Golf is a very difficult game because we spend so much time trying make every shot perfect.
TimK
It gives the reader plenty of simple to implement ideas that will improve their practice and the way they think on the course, which will lead to better scores.
joe skovron
The mind is an amazing thing and I would highly recommend this book to anyone who really wants to improve their game.
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I have played golf for 13 years and have a shelf full of mental and mechanical golf books. I was surprised that I had so much to learn about the nature of the game and about how the mind works. I recommend getting access to the audio version as described in the book description. The audio version is not simply a reading of the book, and it contains material that is not in the book.
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Thought the book helped me right away. Once you play and realize what he is talking about, you just trust your swing
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Subconscious Golf is one of the best golf books I have read in a very long time. It’s filled with eye-opening insights, instruction and thought patterns that, unequivocally, will make you a better player.

The book, written by Ed Grant in 2013 has a subtitle of “Train and use your mind like the pros.” I was introduced to it by Grant Brown, (note: no, it also works if your name does not include the name “Grant”) an upcoming pro whom we have written about in our post, Quick 9: Interview with Grant Brown on his Journey to the PGA Tour.

Grant has made some amazing progress using a lot of these principles and when we were speaking about on the phone recently he mentioned this is applicable to ALL players not just low handicappers.

Author Ed Grant started teaching Subconscious Golf concepts at seminars and golf schools around the country way back in the 1970s (so he’s clearly not a fly-by-night operation!)

Grant’s work has helped dozens of top-level PGA Tour players from the 1970s to today, and his mental game instruction, techniques and patterns have been adapted and utilized by some of the game’s most elite instructors, including Jim Flick, Jim McLean, Bob Toski and Dave Stockton.

By combining research from truly diverse fields in performance golf psychology, Mr. Grant has created a system based on the principle that golf is equally as much a mental game as a skills game.

Researching and understanding how the mind/brain works and affects physiology, muscle tension, thought patterns and ultimately performance on the golf course is at the core of Subconscious Golf.

I was really intrigued as I have been having an issue driving the ball the last few years.
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By joe skovron on February 9, 2014
Format: Paperback
This is a great book for anybody looking to improve their golf game. It gives the reader plenty of simple to implement ideas that will improve their practice and the way they think on the course, which will lead to better scores.
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I read this entire book on a flight and implemented the tips the next day at my club. I played 18 holes and had the best ball striking round I've had in years. As a bonus to my consistent ball striking round, I had one of my lowest scoring rounds too. The tips Ed puts forth in this book were easily understandable and easy to implement. The summary discussions at the end of each chapter were a good summary and reference. I recommend this book.
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I have already sent copies of Subconscious Golf to several of my golfing buddies! This is an excellent book for any golfer who would like to improve their game. Ed is extremely knowledgable on the mental aspects of the game and does a terrific job of giving the reader simple, game improving tools to apply in their own golf games. A very fun and worthwhile read for golfers of all skill levels!
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