The Power of Mental Golf – Improve Your Confidence and Consistency
A Simple System for Every Golfer to Improve Confidence and Consistency
Golfers are an interesting breed. And, if you ask Kerry Graham – an LPGA Hall of Fame golf instructor – she will tell you that golfers tell her that her instruction techniques and teaching style have made them believers: Change Your Golf… Change Your Life. Because for many golfers (crazy as it may sound…) golf and life are so connected that when golfers are playing to their potential.. all is right with the world.
In this new book Kerry has teamed up with Ricki Linksman, a woman who has dedicated her life to understanding how our brains work and the pivotal role they play in how we learn – and how we retain what we learn.
Golfers will learn and experience: - Breakthrough Golf Learning System Technology - Strategies for Managing Your Golf Brain - Tips for Learning How to Get out of Swing Mechanics Jail - The Real Truth about Club Fitting - Ways to Take your Range Game on to the Course - What You Need to Get “In the Zone”
About Kerry Graham (Phoenix, Arizona Author)
Kerry R. Graham LPGA Life Member
In 2017, Kerry authored a leading edge golf book – The Power of Mental Golf. The book contains unique and successful concepts of Kerry’s golf teaching, including focus on mental golf and club fitting.
From 1970 to 2017, Kerry worked as a golf professional in golf clubs in Arizona and Oregon, in positions including operations, management and directing teaching programs and staff. Kerry Graham has worked in leadership positions in the golf/sports/health management and product marketing business since 1970.
From 1987-1993 Kerry served as National President of the LPGA Teaching & Club Professional Division. In that role, she guided the founding of the Women’s Golf Summits, LPGA Girls Golf Clubs, the LPGA Urban Youth Golf Programs and the Executive Women’s Golf Association. For her leadership in sports organizational leadership, Kerry has received numerous awards including the LPGA Commissioner’s Award, Women’s Sports Foundation President’s Award, the Patty Berg Award and the National Golf Foundation Graffis Award for Contribution to Education. She is a member of the Hall of Fame of the LPGA and the Golf Hall of Fame of the State of Arizona.
She served for many years on the boards of the Arizona LPGA tournament, the Junior Golf Association of Arizona Foundation and the Arizona Golf Association Foundation. Kerry earned both a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Learning Psychology from Arizona State University and played on the intercollegiate golf team while at ASU. Kerry resides in Phoenix, Arizona, where her children and grandchildren live. She teaches, writes and speaks nationally on golf and sports.