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Comment from: Spencer Hux [Visitor]
Interesting piece. I like Megan's view on the game, and I LOVE the book "Zen Golf"". In my opinion, that book could help the amateur player more than anything Butch Harmon, Leadbetter, or Jim Mclean can do. It is well worth the read.
2006-06-09 @ 20:25
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor]
The mental game is probably the most important part of the game. It's not only how well you hit the golf ball, in my opinion, but how even-tempered and focused you stay during a round.
2006-06-10 @ 16:21
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor]
Zen Golf, Geo Valiante, or Every Shot Must Have A Purpose are interchangeable to me. The concept that I worked on most with my varsity girls team this year came from the Swedes...think box and play box. Love that concept...love it.
2006-06-10 @ 20:21
Comment from: Rich [Visitor]
Dr. Parent's Zen Golf is a great read, but it is even better to listen to it. When I visited Megan's website, I found out that there was an iPod version (and even CDs). So I downloaded the book into my iTunes & iPod. His soothing voice itself has had a 50% impact on my tempo and my anxious backswing. I highly recommend you download it, put it in your iPod to listen to your favorite setup chapters while warming up at the range; I also burned a CD of it and I listen to certain chapters on my drive to work and on my way to the golf course.
it took off 3-4 strokes from my avg round (mid 80s to low 80s).
His putting and bunker videos in megan's cswing section also helped me stop squeezing my putter and blading the ball out of the bunker.
I hear he is coming out with a new book next year called zen putting...that should definetely help me get in the low 70s...
2006-06-10 @ 22:24
Comment from: Sara Mckay [Visitor]
Megan Heckeroth is the worlds best golfer in my mind. She has come a long ways in her golf game and it only improves every year. I just adore you Megan F. Heckeroth. No matter what you're not far away from my heart.
Your dearest friend,
2006-06-15 @ 08:36

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