Every Shot Must Have a Purpose
Two legendary coaches give golfers a powerful new approach to the game... and to life.
As coaches to some of golf's top players, Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott have designed and refined a revolutionary way of teaching the game, with phenomenal results. They don't believe in prescribing the same stance, grip, and swing to everyone, followed by hours of purposeless drilling. They don't even believe in beginning with physical technique. Their success has proven to them that a great game begins with a great vision.
Unlike any other golf book, Every Shot Must Have a Purpose offers cutting-edge techniques for integrating the physical, technical, mental, emotional, and social parts of a player's game. The book's revolutionary pre-shot routine will improve your focus, leading to a golf swing that is not only successful but can be repeated under extreme pressure. Emphasizing the individual golfer rather than a rigid set of mechanics, their VISION54 method takes the frustration out of the game. Why 54? Because they believe it's possible to shoot a 54 (making a birdie on every hole of a par-72 course) if you have the right mind-set and well-honed intuitive power.
An engaging read for the beginner or the seasoned golfer, Every Shot Must Have a Purpose is inspiration for life, not just the links.
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Review: Every Shot Must Have a Purpose: How GOLF54 Can Make You a Better PlayerUser Review - Tony Barra - Goodreads
Must read for every golfer of every ability. Take it from a world renowned "Scrap & Hitter". Read full review
Excellent Book for the GolferUser Review - cyndycpm - Overstock.com
My husband had me order this book for him and his golf partners as a Christmas gift. My husband has read it and would recommended it to another golfer. He just lent it to another golf buddy to read. He thought it was an excellent book to improve your golf game. Read full review
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