His central thesis in this book is a mental management process he calls the PAR Approach-a way of thinking that focuses on Preparation, Action, and Response to Result. Preparation requires clarity -a vivid image of the shot intended, commitment -being free of doubt and hesitation of intent, and composure -being focused and poised as you prepare for a shot.
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Together these three elements give you total confidence in the intended outcome of your shot. Action is about developing, honing, and trusting a process of swinging the club that turns over control from your thinking mind to your intuitive mind. Trying to guide your swing with swing thoughts and principles has to be left on the practice ground.
When you are on the course you have to trust a process you have developed that works.
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Response to Results is probably the most overlooked aspect of managing your mind on the golf course. Most of us have a tendency to focus on the negative part of our results and vocalize the flaws to ourselves. We need to take the time to appreciate a good shot and focus on how well we executed what we planned. I am sure a thoughtful reading of this book will help your performance on the golf course. It will also increase the pleasure you get from playing the game by giving you a more reasonable perspective on expectation and evaluation of performance.
We see our nature and our abilities as basically good and the difficulties we encounter as temporary experiences.
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You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — The Swing by Nick Price. Not since Ben Hogan in the s has a dominant player so thoroughly addressed golf's central enigma: how to develop and repeat an effective swing, the only way any player can hope to truly improve.
In the early '90s, after years of struggle and determination, Nick Price emerged as the world's finest golfer,"striking the ball," as Ben Crenshaw observed, "as well as anyone s Not since Ben Hogan in the s has a dominant player so thoroughly addressed golf's central enigma: how to develop and repeat an effective swing, the only way any player can hope to truly improve.
In the early '90s, after years of struggle and determination, Nick Price emerged as the world's finest golfer,"striking the ball," as Ben Crenshaw observed, "as well as anyone since Ben Hogan or Byron Nelson.
For players at all levels, Price now reveals the game's essential elements -- from grip and set-up and downswing, to the short game and effective putting -- in both theory and practice. Drawing on his own influences, remarkable experiences, and intense study, his program combines both athletic and mental requirements, and offers all golfers the lasting rewards of long-term improvement -- the promise at the heart of the game. A classic of instruction, with all the wisdom and personality of one of the world's most accomplished and engaging champions.
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