Be a Player: A Breakthrough Approach to Playing Better ON the Golf Course

October 5, 2019 - Comment

The founders of the world-renowned VISION54 training program and the authors of the bestselling Every Shot Must Have a Purpose take golf instruction to the next level in this groundbreaking new approach to mastering the game. Golf is a beloved yet technical game, so a sound swing and precise technique are essential. Most golfers who

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The founders of the world-renowned VISION54 training program and the authors of the bestselling Every Shot Must Have a Purpose take golf instruction to the next level in this groundbreaking new approach to mastering the game.

Golf is a beloved yet technical game, so a sound swing and precise technique are essential. Most golfers who want to improve their skills go to the range and work painstakingly on their swings, not realizing it’s often their performance state on the course that needs work, not their technique. Simple things such as awareness of your balance, tension, and tempo, as well as the ability to control mental, emotional, and social variables you encounter while playing can quickly take your game to a new performance level.

Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott, founders of VISION54’s groundbreaking and innovative golf program are here to help. Aimed at both the weekend golfer and the advanced player, each chapter presents a series of “human skills”—including assignments, explorations, and mini-lessons—that strip away the complexity surrounding swing technique and playing consistency—the conditional variations that plague golfers.

Be A Player is the must-have book for any golfer who wants to unite technical skills and on-course performance seamlessly and effectively. With this cutting-edge text by your side, you will become a true student of VISION54 and a better player better on the course…where it matters most!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not what I was hoping for Based on the summary I was expecting something far more enlightening. There are a few good ideas in there to get you thinking differently, but on the whole it is not an easy read, quite badly written and not particularly helpful to anyone trying to improve their game. Most of the stuff in there you will already been familiar with if you play golf and spend some time on the driving range. It doesn’t live up to it’s own hype.

Anonymous says:

A memoir with some advice. Did little other than recommend a player plays like he/she is a kid again but able to use a golf club and not worry too much because the very next shot will probably not go exactly to plan. The spaces between are about the authors progression through a golfing life…….yawn…

Anonymous says:

Golf psychology I don’t really need golf psychology, as I am not upset by anything that happens on the course, however bad. Having said that, I do read all sorts of books on golf, including many to do with “mind games”. This is far and away the best book I have come across, and I have actually put quite bit of it into my golf game. I feel that if you get one thing from a book that improves your game then it is a worthwhile read. This book delivers in spades. It is also a good, enjoyable read. I will…

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