The 8 Traits of Champion Golfers: How to Develop the Mental Game of a Pro

Deborah Graham (Author) Jon Stabler (Joint Author)

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Simon & Schuster
Publish Date
June 01, 2000
5.4 X 8.4 X 0.6 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author

Dr. Deborah Graham is a Licensed Counseling Psychologist specializing in golf. She and her husband, Jon Stabler, are the founders of GolfPsych(R) and have worked with more than 300 pros from the PGA, Senior PGA, LPGA, and Nike Tours. They live in Tapatio Springs Golf Resort near Boerne, Texas.


Lee Janzen I value sports psychology more than swing mechanics because sports psychologists teach you how to tap into your own self-improvement. After working with Dr. Deborah Graham, I started trying to forget about analyzing my swing after a bad shot, and concentrate much more on feeling my swing. Now I don't take any of those analytical [practice] swings.
Dave Stockton In 1993, my second year on the Senior PGA Tour, I won five tournaments and $1,175,944, was leading money-winner, and named Player of the Year. The main reason I had a year that for me was unbelievable is that I worked hard on the mental side of my game. Two years earlier I had begun working with Dr. Deborah Graham and with her help worked very hard to improve the mental deficiencies that were keeping me from playing my best.