Here is a list of the best Mental Golf books, some I have read myself, some that I did research on, and all have great reviews!
- 1. Mental Toughness Training for Golf: Start Strong Finish Strong (2010)
- 2. Golfers Guide to Mental Fitness: How To Train Your Mind And Achieve Your Goals Using Self-Hypnosis And Visualization (2014)
- 3. The Inner Game of Golf (2009)
- 4. The Mental Game of Golf: A Guide to Peak Performance (2002)
- 5. The Successful Golfer: Practical Fixes for the Mental Game of Golf (2013)
- 6. Lessons from the Golf Guru: Wit, Wisdom, Mind Tricks, & Mysticism for Golf and Life (2015)
- 7. How Champions Think: In Sports and in Life (2016)
- 8. Natural Golf Swing (1989)
- 9. The Three Principles of Outstanding Golf (Golf Performance) (2016)
- 10. The Inner Game of Tennis: The Classic Guide to the Mental Side of Peak Performance (1997)
- 11. The Ball is The Enemy (2008)
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1. Mental Toughness Training for Golf: Start Strong Finish Strong (2010)
illustrates how to maximize our preparation. In this cutting edge book, you’ll learn how great coaches and players create pressure in practice, how to build a human taproot, why suffering is needed, and the don’ts of mental toughness. This book not only applies to how PGA Professionals compete in practice, but how you can take the same message to your own game….
2. Golfers Guide to Mental Fitness: How To Train Your Mind And Achieve Your Goals Using Self-Hypnosis And Visualization (2014)
In this breakthrough guide to mastering the mental side of golf, founder of the Mental Golf Academy and creator of the Mental Caddie, John Weir, provides a wealth of information about how the mind works and how you can make it work for you. No matter your skill level, this book will grow along with you and push you throughout your entire career. It begins with an exploration of the mind-body connection and then reviews studies that reveal the mind’s influence on performance. Next, you’ll learn all about the functions and capacities of the conscious and subconscious mind before…
3. The Inner Game of Golf (2009)
W. Timothy Gallwey’s bestselling Inner Game books–with more than one million copies sold–have revolutionized the way we think about sports. As he did in his phenomenally successful The Inner Game of Tennis, Gallwey provides methods that can be applied to situations beyond the green. The Inner Game of Golf delivers strategies to achieve potential–both in the crucible of competition and in everyday life. With Gallwey as a guide, you’ll learn how to • defeat your mental demons and find clarity under pressure • dispel tensions that can sabotage…
Combining the latest research, wide experience, and tips from tour pros, Cohn shows in this practical guide what peak performance is and how it can be achieved; how to learn the confidence that unlocks your best play; and techniques designed to improve concentration and emotional control in pressure situations….
Written by Dr Paul McCarthy (the first-ever resident Sport Psychologist at the home of golf – St Andrews Links) and leading golf consultant Dr Marc Jones, The Successful Golfer is a golf psychology book designed to help address 50 of the most common faults that players experience; faults which hold you back. These include: hitting the self-destruct button when winning, nervousness on the first tee, lost confidence, failing to practise as you play, losing focus off poor drives, and many more. Each fault is remedied with a clear practical fix. You will learn to…
What do Mark Twain, Yoda, Quantum Physics, Neuroplasticity, ghosts, taking selfies, $300 Italian leather shoes, and a good shot of Irish Whiskey all have to do with playing better golf? In truth, maybe nothing at all, but on just the off chance that they do you will find out how in LESSONS FROM THE GOLF GURU – Wit, Wisdom, Mind Tricks, & Mysticism for Golf and Life; a book that is part self-help, part memoir, and part narrative on what is wrong with today’s game and what we all can do to fix it. It is a treatise on faith, hope, love, and optimism as well as fear, doubt, anger, and suffering of Biblical…
This New York Times bestselling, groundbreaking guide to success from America’s preeminent sports psychologist is “so good that this reviewer has recommended it to all, golfers and non-golfers alike” (Library Journal, starred review).Acclaimed sports psychologist Bob Rotella has advised everyone from professional golfers to NBA superstars to business executives on how to flourish under pressure and overcome challenges. “Rotella’s philosophy is astonishingly simple…his success rate…is phenomenal” (The New York Times). Now, for the first time, he’s distilled his…
8. Natural Golf Swing (1989)
If your golf game has been plagued by inconsistency and less-than-peak performance, you may be going against your “natural swing”. But you can improve your golf game dramatically and you can beat bad habits by drawing on talents you already possess. The Natural Golf Swing will:- introduce you to your natural balance and rhythm- let you play consistently to your potential- allow you to enjoy a repeating swing- help you increase power and control with every swingAccording to champion golfer George Knudson, your swing is governed by laws of nature, and is subject to logical, physical fundamentals that…
Is Your Golf Driving You Crazy?This book will tell you why.To reach your potential as a golfer, it helps to understand two things.You need to understand the game.And you need to understand yourself.The game is simple; get the ball in the hole as quickly as you can.It’s the second element that leaves many golfers confused .A simple game becomes more complicated than it should be when a golfer doesn’t understand how their mind really works.This misunderstanding is revealed in the questions they ask themselves when they play or practice. Why do I rarely play my best golf when I really want to? Why is it so…
With more than 800,000 copies sold since it was first published thirty years ago, this phenomenally successful guide has become a touchstone for hundreds of thousands of people. Not just for tennis players, or even just for athletes in general, this handbook works for anybody who wants to improve his or her performance in any activity, from playing music to getting ahead at work. W. Timothy Gallwey, a leading innovator in sports psychology, reveals how to• focus your mind to overcome nervousness, self-doubt, and distractions• find the state of “relaxed…
11. The Ball is The Enemy (2008)
The Ball is The Enemy is one of the first erroneous assumptions you must unlearn to be a great player. The ball is an extension of your mind, body, swing, and intentions… but it is separate from you and doesn’t represent your capabilities. As soon as you begin to hit at the ball, apply force to the ball, and struggle to control the ball the ball gains control over you…. To learn golf, you must begin with an empty mind free of preconceptions or expectations…. I hope you will learn to better hone the capabilities of your mind. By releasing what you think you know and building a fresh foundation, I believe it is possible to…
Best Mental Golf Books Worth Your Attention
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Zone Golf: Master Your Mental Game Using Self-Hypnosis
Author(s): Kelly Sullivan Walden
ID: 462798, Publisher: , Year: 2010, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf
Fearless Golf: Conquering the Mental Game
Author(s): Dr. Gio Valiante, Mike Stachura
ID: 1114825, Publisher: Doubleday, Year: 2005, Size: 3 Mb, Format: epub
Zen Golf: Mastering the Mental Game
Author(s): Joseph Parent
ID: 927088, Publisher: Doubleday, Year: 2002, Size: 6 Mb, Format: epub
Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to USA Today, others are composed by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.