Spend time visualising these putts. How did you feel inside? But this tape, with its suggestions for a simpler pre-shot routine and mind-clearing suggestions has taken 3-5 strokes off my putting alone in just 2 months. Imagine if you always tried to ride a bike by thinking about each thing that you do. While most golfers spend their time trying to perfect their swing so they can drive the ball farther, Rotella encourages them to concentrate on their putting--the most crucial yet often overlooked aspect of the game. Rotella reads the text himself, and he is not a dynamic speaker as most authors are not! Great players are not only aware of the importance of putting, they go out of their way to master it, and mastery can only begin with the understanding of the attitude needed to be a better putter. Bob Rotella, the bestselling author of Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect, and one of the foremost golf authorities today. What is so valuable is the perspective he offers on the mental side of the game.
Книга в твердом переплете может не быть обернута в суперобложку. The messages in the book are simple. I have since broke 90, thank you Dr. This is the best book on putting in my opinion. He here reveals the unique mental approach that great putting requires and helps golfers of all levels master this essential skill.
This old adage is familiar to all golfers but is especially resonant with Dr. We have been working together ever since, and Bob has become more than a consultant to me. Fast forward to 2013, after a three year hiatus from playing, my putting woes returned. I told myself to stick with my first instinct, not to waver, and to concentrate on executing my routine. So you have to set other standards for great putting—following your routine, observing your practice habits, maintaining your attitude. Rotella's book can help you learn the mental routine needed to execute on the course. Writing here with Cullen Why Golf? Much like Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect and Golf Is a Game of Confidence, Putting Out of Your Mind is an informative and valuable guide to achieving a better golf game.
I find much value in both approaches. While they seem redundant at times the lessons are valuable and the book is an enjoyable and beneficial 4-5 hour read. As 40% of the shots made in the course of a game are putts, it's simple logic that such a book should interest all golfers whatever the state of their game. I pretty much already think the way the book tells you to so it didn't improve my outlook on how I approach putting. Rotella's mental rules, which have helped some of the greatest golfers in the world to become champion putters can now work for golfers everywhere. I hear this when people ask me what I do with Bob Rotella.
Bob Rotella as someone who sees putting as being totally about controlling your mental processes, to eliminate the effect of your conscious mind. According to Rotella, good putting has less to do with mechanics than attitude: golfers who can empty their minds of any thought other than making the putt, follow their pre-shot routine faithfully and believe, will improve their putting. You just have to get out of your own way and use it. Frank had a book on athletic motivation, one of the first published works that made an effort to apply the science of psychology to sports. It was then that I realized what I had to do both to win and to shoot 59. I'm pretty new to the golf self-help literature, but even I can tell that there are no startlingly different ideas here.
While most spend their time trying to perfect their swing so they can drive the ball farther, Rotella encourages golfers to concentrate on their putting -- the most crucial yet often overlooked aspect of the game. I listen to this tape on the drive to the course. Maybe I was expecting too much from a book on the mental aspect of putting. Much like Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect and Golf Is a Game of Confidence, Putting Out of Your Mind is an informative and valuable guide to achieving a better golf game. I pulled Rotella's book off the shelf and gave it a second read. The head game for golf is 50% and more towards improving your score. Whenever I start to putt poorly I go back to this book and relearn all the things I forgot.
In Putting Out of Your Mind, Rotella offers entertaining putting. The good news is that these ideas make sense and they can be learned. His client list includes Hall of Fame golfers like Pat Bradley, Tom Kite, and Nick Price as well as stars of the present, such as Darren Clarke, Keegan Bradley, Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell, Mark Wilson, and Rory Mcllroy. This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. I feel golfers need help in learning to read greens and to know what putting mechanics work for the majority of golfers. But great putters keep it simple. Минимальные следы износа на переплете.
When I hit my five-iron to the 18th green and saw it roll up close to the hole, it got harder still. Fast forward to 2013, after a three year hiatus from playing, my putting woes returned. I was 3-putting too often due to a range of causes. Rotella reads the text himself, and he is not a dynamic speaker as most authors are not! Even when you read them and stroke them perfectly, putts can miss for a lot of reasons, beginning with imperfect turf. Great players are not only aware of the importance of putting, they go out of their way to master it, and mastery can only begin with the understanding of the attitude needed to be a better putter.
Anyway, this is a resource you might pick up if you find it for a couple of bucks. Expect it to be placed point-of-sale at the pro shop. Rotella declares that our intuition, our sense of feel, our vision of the green and our natural eye-hand coordination will guide the ball to the hole with more success than our mental analyses will. He here reveals the unique mental approach that great putting requires and helps golfers of all levels master this essential skill. I asked him about what Rotella had said that had helped him so much. I did, and it fell. Some people have a hard time understanding this.
This is counsel probably wasted on the guy with the tallboy in the bag. Some people, I suspect, might be a little disappointed to read this. Hard to put down and I found myself reading parts over and over. I first met Bob Rotella when I was in college at Georgia Tech. To putt out of your mind--to master this crucial part of the game--you've got to get putting out of your mind--to make it so second nature that you're not actually thinking and stressing once you're standing over the ball. Книга, которая была в употреблении, но находится в хорошем состоянии. They loathe and fear putting.