Golf Books #43 (Mental Toughness Training for Golf: Start Strong Finish Strong)

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“Dr. Bell’s book does a terrific job at breaking down the tools you need and to practice to become a mentally tough competitor.” – John Dal Corobb0 – 2009 Indiana PGA Teacher of the Year
Scott Stallings: PGA Tour Winner of the 2011 Greenbrier Classic: ” Dr. Rob Bell’s philosphy on preparation is second to none. It allows the player to get out of his own way in order to reach goals both on and off the course.”

” Dr. Rob has developed a road map for success. He is very insightful about what it takes for every player to reach their full potential.” – Mark Guhne – Three Time Southern Conference Coach of the Year

“The practice ideas and tournament mental processes that Dr. Rob Bell reveals in this book are incredibly valuable to a player, coach, or parent. A “must read,” for anyone looking to develop mental toughness.” — -Randy Wylie- Golf Digest “Best Teachers in State”

” Mental Toughness Training for Golf is an excellent resource for coaches and players of all levels. Mental toughness is the final frontier of coaching our sport.” — -O.D. Vincent- 1999 National Coach of the Year

Mental Toughness Training for Golf illustrates how to maximize our preparation. In this cutting edge book, you’ll learn how great coaches and players create pressure in practice, how to build a human taproot, why suffering is needed, and the don’ts of mental toughness. This book not only applies to how PGA Professionals compete in practice, but how you can take the same message to your own game. (source)

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