The S.A. PGA urges every golfer to own a copy of this book.
The Right Mind for Golf enhances the mental ability needed to play golf, giving huge advantages on the course. It lowers stress levels and even positively affects your social, personal and work life. Included in this 3rd edition are advanced physical tips that also provide a tremendous advantage for those competitive golfers who wish to win in golf and life.
Originally published by Intersoft, rights to sell rights for this book are owned by ada enup.
The RMFG – a Hole in One!
Since its first publication, professional golfers as well as people from all sorts of professions and sports, have benefited from applying the mental techniques found in The Right Mind for Golf. Stories about this book abound. There was the man who told Mike Kletz at Houghton Golf Course that after reading the book, he went and bought copies for every staff member in his company. Another keeps The RMFG by his bedside table and rereads a chapter every night. Then there is the rumour that Ashleigh Simon’s father won’t let her read any other golf book...see endorsements
We have endorsements from: David Frost, Tony Jacklin, Nick Faldo, Nico van Rensburg, Andrew McLardy, Warrick Druian, Andy Shackleton, John Theo, Albert Swartz, Ashleigh Simon, Dr. Barry Lotz, Sandy Chamberlin, Dr. B. S. Kletz, David Burd, Terry Paine, Rodney Hartman, Zac Mayundla, Renée Rothschild-Danzinger and Johnny Miller.
A True Story “I…met a woman named Rene Kurensky, who was something of a precursor to sport psychologists…she told me that the mind is very powerful and full of energy, and that energy can be transferred from one person to another. She told me never to project positive or negative thoughts to an opponent, because subliminally they will feed off either one. I thought of this during the playoff with Seve [Ballesteros] when on several of the early holes he had very makeable putts to win the playoff. In those situations, it’s human nature to think like the gallery did in the movie Caddyshack –‘Miss it, Noonan!’ But having talked to Kurensky, and being especially attuned because I was playing with a guy whose game was black magic anyway, I kept my mind quiet. I didn’t think a thing either way. And darned if Seve didn’t miss. And miss. And miss again. Finally, on the ninth extra hole, I won the playoff.” Johnny Miller Excerpt from his book, I Call the Shots
Mike Kletz found his mother-in-law's notes after her death. In Rene Kurensky's files was the wish that what she had taught others to give them the edge be published to help everyone. These were handed to Alicia Woolf, who ghost wrote the book and published it for Intersoft. When Woolf started ada enup, Intersoft continued to work with her for subsequent editions.