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TitleThe amateur golfer's dilemma S
AuthorDavid R. Seaman.
Call No796.352 SEA
CollectionAdult Non-Fiction


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796.352 SEAT0755000368079Available

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Dewey Decimal Classification Number 9798761726680
Personal Name David R. Seaman.
Title Statement The amateur golfer's dilemma Seaman, David R.
Imprint Wilmington, NC Shadow Panther Press. 2022
Physical Description 180 pgs. 25 cm.
Summary, Etc. How PGA professionals unknowingly prevent amateurs from breaking 80, 90, and 100.
Summary, Etc. Based upon easy-to-understand principles from mathematics, kinesiology, and neurobiology, this book outlines correctable golf swing error factors that compromise most amateurs and even some pros. You will find out… Why Ben Hogan’s and PGA teaching pro’s setup recommendations can work for elite golfers BUT cause swing faults in most all amateurs Why standing too close to ball is the PRIMARY reason for ALL swing faults Why elite golfers are acrobats compared to most amateurs, which is why traditional golf instruction fails for most amateurs The real truth about how to create power in the golf swing How to work with your subconscious mathematical brain that calculates your golf swing How to deal with horrific swing thoughts How stress physiology impacts the golf swing How deep breaths/breathing can wreck your golf swing Golf fitness myths to avoid How motor learning principles and related swing drills can be used to improve your golf swing motor program, so you can actually develop legitimate confidence for your skill level Why you should reconsider your driver length, iron lengths, and grip style and size, based on mathematics, kinesiology, and neurobiology
Memorials Ron Shaffer. Deanie & Dixie.

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