What do you want from golf?
The perfect swing?
A hole in one?
Have you ever asked yourself why you play the game?
It's usually when you aren't enjoying it as much as you used to, when you feel that something is lacking. That's when the seeking starts.
But what are you searching for?
Is it performance, outcomes, results? Trophies, a lower handicap, respect and recognition?
All these things are nice, but they aren't the reason you play. They are the means to an end.
As soon as you have success, you want to repeat it
When you reach a goal, you immediately set another.
The seeking goes on.
To find the answers all golfers are looking for, we need to go back to the start.
What was that feeling that first captured our hearts and minds. Where did it come from? Where did it go?
This book exposes a simple misunderstanding. The source of the struggle many golfers have with the game. It explains why we fall out of love with golf, and how a deeper understanding of ourselves can rekindle the feelings.
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