Do you swing too fast, try too hard, lose concentration, lack confidence, get angry, putt poorly under pressure, finish exhausted, or suffer for hours after a hard game?

The most valuable tool a golfer can bring to the course is a strong mental game. Yet many golfers take this for granted, focusing almost entirely on grip, stance, or swing technique.

The 8 Traits of Champion Golfers is a unique and persuasive approach to becoming a better golfer. Sports psychologist Dr. Deborah Graham and Jon Stabler identify eight personality traits that separate champions from the rest and give you steps for improving your game and making it more enjoyable.

Using their GolfPsych program, Graham and Stabler challenge you to explore the elements of your personality and measure them against the traits of such successful golfers as Lee Janzen, Dave Stockton, Michelle McGann, and Gary McCord, all of whom have worked with Dr. Graham. With player examples and a careful explanation of why each trait is important to the game of golf, Graham discusses:
-Focus and Concentration
-Abstract Thinking
-Emotional Stability
-Dominance and Competitiveness
-Tough-Mindedness
-Self-Assurance
-Self-Sufficiency
-Optimum Arousal and Managing Tension

Complete with charts, self-tests, and playing tips, The 8 Traits of Champion Golfers is a research-based guide to the mental game of golf, making it possible for a golfer to find their “zone” and play like a champ.
Click here for more info: The 8 Traits Of Champion Golfers: How To Develop The Mental Game Of A Pro

The 8 Traits Of Champion Golfers: How To Develop The Mental Game Of A Pro by Deborah Graham and Jon Stabler

Leave a Reply