The Mindful Golfer

How to Lower Your Handicap While Raising Your Consciousness

The Mindful Golfer

By:  Altschuler, Stephen

9781632207234
$38.99 Hardback
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2015/06/23
Skyhorse Publishing Inc.

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6.0 X 9.0 in
256 pg



SPORTS & RECREATION / Golf

Golf is a Zen sport. If you leave the present moment, you will likely feel the immediate karmic consequences like a hammer hitting your thumb.

In The Mindful Golfer: How to Lower Your Handicap While Raising Your Consciousness, Stephen Altschuler helps you nail it all right—hard and true and into another level of surrender, satisfaction, and, self-awareness. He uses the tools of Zen to raise the game several notches on the ladder of consciousness. The book discusses the state of the game, some of its more illustrious players, its glories, and its challenges. The author covers some of his own struggles with golf, and some moments of achievement, if only fleeting. His book is a reflective look at golf today, emphasizing the mental and spiritual elements of the game.

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"Packed with plenty of examples from the author’s own travails and the trials and triumphs of touring pros, written in an engaging and anecdotal style. And for that, Altschuler earns the sound of two hands clapping." - Tom Bedell, The A Position