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Your Best Golf Is Waiting - The Gorilla Is Loose! - cover

Your Best Golf Is Waiting - The Gorilla Is Loose!

Dave Johnston, Jonathan Levitt

Publisher: Publishdrive

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The Gorilla is a euphemism for the natural ability every golfer discovers when they stop trying to fix their swing and just hit the damn ball!
For the once-a-week golfer, the biggest roadblock to improvement is an obsession with proper technique.
Your Best Golf Is Waiting follows the trials of a 14 handicap golfer named Randy.
Trapped in an endless cycle of fault-finding and error correction, Randy overcomes the hidden mental obstacles of traditional golf instruction and learns to trust his instinct.
If you're frustrated with inconsistency, this easy-to-read, non-technical book will help you:
.use the memories of success.
.stop beating yourself up
.discover the ability that lies beyond swing mechanics
If you ever have the feeling that your best golf is waiting, let this book be a catalyst to help you play better than you ever thought possible!
For only $2.99, what do you have to lose?

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