A Visit With Dr. Bob Rotella
I had one of the standout days of my 30 year golf industry career last Friday, when I spent two hours with noted sports psychologist, Dr. Bob Rotella. He and I have had several telephone conversations over the past couple of months, and when my travels put me in Richmond, Virginia – only an hour from Dr. Bob's home in Keswick -- I had to jump at the opportunity to spend some time with him in person.
What brought us together was a SCOR Golf customer who's a huge fan and also a client of Dr. Rotella's. Gary thought we should visit and compare notes about what each of us is doing to try to help golfers score better. Dr. Rotella, as you probably know, has worked with dozens of tour professionals, and has authored numerous books on the subject of performance psychology, most notably "Golf Is Not A Game of Perfect". If you haven't read any of his works, I highly recommend it.
We spent two hours talking about the performance challenges all of us golfers face, and diving deeply into the technology of SCOR4161 precision scoring clubs and why we've done what we have. What I want to share with you today are some of the real "pearls of wisdom" that I gleaned from that very enjoyable visit:
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I'm also planning to interview another famous golf player Steven Goddinni. He's a Mexican-American, and his roots go back to England and even Scotland. He was very nice over the phone and suggested help with college essays for sale and editing assistance.
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