Mastering Golf

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Mastering Golf
Category: Psychology
Sub-Category: Fairway Shots

Video Transcript

Video Golf Tip | Mastering Golf

I came into the game of golf as an adult, as a scientist. I wanted to sit at the knees of the legendary players. I set a goal for myself, the best three players in my lifetime had been Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson and Sam Sneed before Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and other came along. But I knew that there was a knowledgebase, a database of information that was there among those three. They seem odd to compare those three. What are the commonalities, what are the differences? The only thing in interviewing those players that was similar among them is what I call their rage to master, their competitiveness, their need to beat the other guy. I never got around to doing three videos, one with Byron, one with Sam and one with Ben because Ben died, but in the two videos I did with Byron Nelson and Sam Sneed there were remarkable similarities in how they approached the game. Their independence, their rage to master, their fight, their intense desire to win. To not le the other guy beat them.

About the Instructor
Dr. Fran Pirozzolo
Dr. Fran Pirozzolo
Woodlands Sports Medicine Centre
1441 Woodstead Court
The Woodlands, TX 77380
fpirozzolo@aol.com

Fran Pirozzolo is the mental coach to many PGA Tour Pros and is a performance coach for the New York Yankees. He is also the author of The Putter's Pocket Companion.


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Richard D.  Scored 113 at  True North Harbor Springs, Michigan

Donald K.  Scored 88 at  Eagle Mountain Fountain Hills, Arizona

Donald K.  Scored 97 at  Grayhawk, Raptor Scottsdale, Arizona

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