In this follow-up to The Inner Game of Tennis, first published in 1981 and revised in 1998, Timothy Gallwey applies his Inner Game methods to help golfers sharpen their minds and raise their performance on the green. Through real-life examples and illuminating advice, Gallwey shows how you can defeat the tensions and insecurities that sabotage your performance, allowing you to build confidence and find clarity under pressure. He explains how practicing the art of "relaxed concentration" can help you improve your swing, your game, and your life.
"The best sports psychology book ever written about golf."—Inside Golf