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You Can Play Better Golf! (Part 2)

Have you ever wondered, why more people don't play better golf than they do? It should be a simple game. You are hitting a ball that doesn't move!

You are swinging golf clubs that have been designed with a great deal of care, involving time, money, and engineering skill. No one does anything to hinder you, either, or even to distract you. Your golf game is entirely up to you and your skills.

One reason most of our scores stay high is our mental approach to golf. We are usually beaten before we start.

The game has defeated players for so many generations that many golf players now has an inferiority complex that would defy the combined skills of Freud, Jung, and Adler. To the golf player who habitually goes around in 93, the thought of breaking into the 70's is the height of absurdity.

A complete reorientation is necessary. You have to recondition your mind frame for success in golf. In NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) it is called "re-wiring".

"Accept the possibility that you can improve your golf game, and you'll be on your way to success."

Accept the possibility that you can improve your golf game, and you'll be on your way to success. This has been accomplished in other sports, particularly in track and field.

The four-minute mile, the seven-foot high jump, the sixty-foot shot-put are only three examples. It would take a superman, the track experts said, to run a mile in under four minutes.

But once Dr. Roger Bannister did it a new plateau was established, onto which many other milers soon proceeded to climb. Back in 1920 Dick Landon won the Olympic high jump with 6 feet 4% inches. At Rome in 1960 a leap of 7 feet 14 inch was good for only third place.

The point here is that mental barriers were broken, as well as those of time and altitude. The 96 golfer has a similar mental barrier, and it, too, must be shattered.

Naturally, Dr. Bannister and the other pioneers in the track and field record-breaking did not set their marks merely by thinking they could. The new marks stemmed from improved training methods and, especially in the field events, from vastly better techniques.

Here we come very close to golf. Golf is a game of techniques.

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