The international bestselling author designed her book to be more of a workbook to take your golf game to the next level. If you are a pro, an experienced golfer or novice, it is full of practical steps to dramatically improve your game. If you’ve been overwhelmed by the mass information the golf industry offers, this book will simplify it all for you. If you have spent a lot of time and money on equipment and lessons, have the possibility of doing so or are just confused about where to start, this book reveals how to start spending time on yourself and your golf game instead.
Divided into three sections, this invaluable golf guide covers how to use your brain, practice your game and play your game, offering information found in no other golf book.
You’ll learn how to:
- Erase bad shots from your mind to build better ones
- Cultivate the right attitude on and off the course
- Practice better and learn how to engage with your target to score less
As you read through the text, your game begins to improve. While using the information in this book, you dramatically increase your ability to play golf better, faster.
Play Golf Better Faster: The Little Golf Bag Book: From Weekend Golfer to Pro Golfer in Two Years is a practical, inspiring, simplified guide to be kept in a golf bag. The author promises to dramatically improve your golf game whether you are a relatively new player, have been playing for years or even aspire to go pro.
If you are looking to improve your game, then this book is a MUST!
About The Author:
Kalliope Barlis played professional golf and is now a Doctor of Acupuncture, NLP Coaching Trainer and Master Practitioner. When she began planning to play golf professionally, she started exploring ways to optimize life and has been doing so ever since. She realized that the better she felt about being alive and seeing what she wanted for her future, the better her life became ― especially her ability to play golf well. According to sports analysts, all odds were against her: she was already in her mid-twenties when she began playing golf, and because she hadn’t been prepped from an early age, her physiology was against her. But Kalliope was born with a brain that told her she could do it. So she found someone who would teach her to do the “impossible”: play golf really well really fast. That man was Chuck Hogan, a teaching talent who knew that to play your best, you had to think right with a vivid imagination and feel good while thinking right.