This book explains the current medical literature, in layman's terms, concerning the execution of precise, consistent motor function and control. It allows the reader to implement many strategies to attain more consistent control and learn how to handle and fix problems that they have in their game of golf. There are 25 chapters, each designed to teach a valuable lesson concerning the major variables that occur on the golf course.
This text will make sense of the reasons why a shot feels correct or does not and how one can develop more and more understandable consistent behavior. The text covers all of the known topics necessary to gain tremendous control in every aspect of the game of golf.
Internal and external factors, physical and psychological factors and static and dynamic factors are addressed.
A reader will acquire enough knowledge that they will be able to self diagnose the reason why consistency is not attained in a certain circumstance and fix it.
There is no text on the market that covers this new medical research as it is related to golf and the reader will find this information highly valuable in his or her pursuit of excellence.