le 13 novembre 2013
Just basic, obvious advice ... think positive, clear your mind, let yourself go. Part of the book read like a parable. Whether or not it was true or even plausible didn't really matter. It left some impressions that actually found their way into my regular golf routine. And my handicap dropped by three strokes. Most importantly, after liberating myself from the anguish and anxiety of missed shots, hooks and slices, I actually started found myself enjoying the game more. As the saying goes, a bad day on the course is better than a good day at the office. Every golfer should take a peak at this book.