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GOLF BOOKS TO ASSIST THE MENTAL GAME - A LIST

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  • #16
    Originally posted by Par90 View Post

    If the less than 10% of golfers can break 100 theory applies,I would say learning proper mechanics will help the golfers mental state more than anything.
    Hey, would mind sharing where you heard about that 10% theory? I actually recently read that 45% of golfers are able to break 100:

    https://thechamplair.com/sports/what...ers-break-100/

    Granted, the article quotes different sources, even one study says that 86% of players break 100. However, I'd be interested to hear a different theory as these numbers seem quite high (or maybe I'm just a terrible golfer and I need to be okay with that).

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    • #17
      Originally posted by TravelingPizza View Post

      Hey, would mind sharing where you heard about that 10% theory? I actually recently read that 45% of golfers are able to break 100:

      https://thechamplair.com/sports/what...ers-break-100/

      Granted, the article quotes different sources, even one study says that 86% of players break 100. However, I'd be interested to hear a different theory as these numbers seem quite high (or maybe I'm just a terrible golfer and I need to be okay with that).
      Unfortunately most studies only include golfers who track their handicap AND follow the rules. What % of golfers fall into this group? I am going to guess less than 50% - even on this site many say they don’t play strictly by the rules - and these are golf nuts!

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      • #18
        I want to know the trick (which ever book it is in lol) on how to avoid shooting a 36-39 on the front, then firing a 47 on the back! Literally went into the 9th hole a couple weeks ago needing a bogey (par 4) to shoot a 38 on the front, ended up taking a 7.shooting a 40, then went onto shoot a 46 on the back. 86... after 8 holes felt could have been a 76 lol. Would love to play the game 1 hole at a time, head won't allow it!

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        • #19
          Great books listed.
          Last edited by NickStarchuk; Oct 17, 2020, 09:18 AM.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Playthru View Post

            Unfortunately most studies only include golfers who track their handicap AND follow the rules. What % of golfers fall into this group? I am going to guess less than 50% - even on this site many say they don’t play strictly by the rules - and these are golf nuts!
            Thank you so much for your answer. This makes a lot of sense indeed.

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