Synopses & Reviews
Gallwey, who knew virtually nothing about the mechanics of golf, understood that even the best technique collapses when the mind cracks under the game's pressure. The new edition of this groundbreaking instructional features what Gallwey calls "awareness exercises."
About the Author
W. Timothy Gallwey was born in San Francisco in 1938. His international bestseller, The Inner Game of Tennis, first published in 1974, put forth principles and methods for learning and coaching that have since been applied to the achievement of excellence in the worlds of business, health, and education as well as in sports. For the past twenty years, Gallwey has dedicated most of his time to working in the areas of learning, coaching, and peak performance with major corporations, including AT&T, Apple, Coca-Cola, and IBM, and nonprofit organizations. He lives in Agoura Hills, California.
From the Hardcover edition.