How Great Golfers Think by Bob Skura

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A story about four golfing buddies of various abilities who find a mentor named Doc to teach them the keys to the mental game. Doc, a successful player in his own right, illustrates his lessons with examples that even non-golfers can relate to. Each of the men takes his game to a higher level by the end of the book, but Kip, the main character, has an especially exciting experience during his pursuit of a U.S. Amateur title. You’ll want to be a part of it.

About Bob Skura

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After graduating from the University of Waterloo, Bob Skura taught and played professional golf for five years. Later he developed a career in sales, becoming the proprietor of his own successful company. Bob's athletic and professional experience have taught him that with the correct approach, our potential to improve all areas of our lives is almost unlimited. In this book, he demonstrates how great achievers use sound psychological principles as a template for their successes, and how anyone can emulate them. He brings a lighthearted, no-boundaries approach to How Great Golfers Think. Bob lives in Kitchener, Ontario, with his wife, Sharon.
Published October 27, 2007 by Bob Skura & Company Inc.. 156 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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