Golf Books #243 (Walk the Winning Ways of Golf’s Greatests: What the Greatest Players in Golf Tell Young Golfers)

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Golf Books #243 (Walk the Winning Ways of Golf’s Greatests: What the Greatest Players in Golf Tell Young Golfers)1

Why is “Walk the Winning Ways of Golfing’s Greatest” different from other golf books?

It’s a treasury of what motivated and inspired the best players in golf and how you will learn from them. We contacted the very best in golf like, Greg Norman, and others asking  what advice they had for young players.

Greg Norman responded, “My goal was always to be the best I could be. If you think about it…being the best you can be is infinite. There’s always room to grow. There’s always something new to learn. And there’s always something new to do.”

Jordan Spieth said, “There’s nobody that had more influence on my golf game than Tiger. When I was 11 years old, I watched Tiger hole out that amazing birdie chip in on the 16th hole at Augusta in 2005.  That chip made me want to literally walk outside and for hours on end practice chipping.”

You don’t need to spend a lot of time searching for how the best in golf got to where they are. It’s all here in this book.  You will be inspired. You will learn things other young golfers will never know.

Ray Floyd replied, “My advice to any young golfer who wants to excel at the sport is to dedicate yourself to being good in all aspects of the game…. The real scoring part takes place from 60 yards in, so I would encourage youngsters to spend as much time learning how to chip and putt as they do with their driving.”

Peter Jacobsen said, ““My father taught me the game and he always stressed the fun of playing and being with my friends and family on the course…. Golf taught me self-reliance, taking responsibility and honesty.”

Tiger Woods said, Tiger said, “People don’t understand that when I grew up, I was never the most talented. I was never the biggest. I was never the fastest. I certainly was never the strongest.  The only thing I had was my work ethic…. That’s why I’ve busted my butt on the range for hours on end and made changes to get to this point where I’m able to compete at the highest level in major championships. That’s where you want to be.”

You will learn how the pros maintained a good confidence level. Jack Nicklaus said, “Confidence is the most important single factor in this game, and no matter how great your natural talent, there is only one way to obtain and sustain it: hard work.”

170 pages of motivational stories and quotes from golf’s greatest you can pick up anytime your confidence level is low.

Publication date: April 20, 2017 (source)

About the Author – Team Golfwell provides simple and easy golf tips which most golfers pick up and their books are an easy and concise reference on better golf. This book was especially written as an inspiration for young golfers. It’s a tough world out there, so we wrote to many of the top golfers in the world, both past and present, to learn how they maintained confidence in golf and in the other business careers and give you their thoughts.

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