Millions of children are getting into golf all over the world. Golf offers your child unparalleled opportunities -- world travel, money for college, great career choices. However young players sometimes suffer burnout, injury, and other specific problems, ruining their love of the game and desires to keep playing. How to motivate kids to go back, practice after practice. When to focus exclusively on golf. Save on lessons, find scholarships and sponsors. How to pursue college golf and a career in professional golf. Gain insight into golf organisations and agents. Have fun along the way at the best golf camps and resorts. Golf Guide for Parents and Players unveils the secrets of success for junior and college golf, the professional tour and beyond. Whether your child is 2 or 18, just starting, has played some golf, or is already a champion -- this book will provide a chockfull of practical answers and new ideas. Whether you are a player, a golf playing parent or a parent curious about golf, this book will empower you to get the most out of the game leading you down some amazing fairways, teeing up some big dreams, and driving you toward an exhilarating golfing life.According to Tiger Woods, aFatigue can affect your focus and cause you to make a bad decision. ... Short bursts of intense activity produce lactic acid that is associated with premature fatigue. ... For golf-specific training, instead of long runs, focus on interval training. ... is a consistent and essential part of training as well, because golfers do not want their heart rates to spike or to stay high during the round.
|Title||:||Golf Guide for Parents and Players|
|Author||:||Jacqui McSorley, Johnny Gonzales|
|Publisher||:||Mansion - 2007|