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High Vibrational Golf: How to play golf in the 'ZONE' [Kindle Edition]

Steve Wharton

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Book Description

'The book that the world of golf is buzzing about'. This book answers the three questions that sports psychologists have been trying to answer for years. What is the ‘zone’? How do you get there? Why can you play so well when you are there?

This is thanks to ‘High Vibrational Thinking’ a simple concept that shifts your perspective. This then enables you to be able to see clearly how to get yourself in the ‘zone’ at will. Every professional golfer in the world will have to read this book and for those on tour it is absolutely essential. This work has the capability of moving golf in general onto the next level. Amateurs and professionals will knock chunks off their average scores by following the modules. Its simple, refreshing and a revelation. The mind game of golf has never been explained so clearly.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1460 KB
  • Print Length: 156 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KD8721O
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Steve Wharton was born in 1957 in a town in the North East of England called Middlesbrough, which is at the northern most tip of North Yorkshire.

Middlesbrough is a traditional industrial town with major Chemical and Steel Work plants, as well as being home to Teesport the third largest port in the UK. Running along the northern edge of the town is the River Tees.

Immediately south of Middlesbrough is the North Yorkshire Moors with some of the most beautiful countryside in England, home to towns and fishing ports like Whitby, Scarborough, Robin Hoods Bay and Saltburn. Not to mention the glorious City of York only forty-fives miles to the south.

After spending his first eight years in Middlesbrough in 1966 his family moved to Seaton Carew a seaside resort some seven miles north and part of a larger town called Hartlepool formerly know as West Hartlepool.

From 1966 to 1971 he went to boarding school in Durham City twenty miles further north. Then he attended the Technical High School for Boys in Hartlepool until 1974.

It was during the summer of 1973 that Steve first began to search for answers and read books about self-development. This would lead to a lifetime of studying and searching.

He is the author of eight books all incorporating the concept of High Vibrational Thinking, covering a range of topics. These books are now available.

As well as being a published author with Foulsham Publishers, having six earlier HVT books published and translated into different languages and on sale all around the world.

He has converted some of the HVT work into courses such as the very successful anti-bullying course for schools based on his book 'How to Stop that Bully'. As well as being approached by the highly esteemed and leaders in Britain in working with young people, 'The Counselling Service' in Birmingham to ask if they could use his work. They liked it because of its simplicity. No higher endorsement could be obtained.

For five years he was editor of the inspirational Yes! Magazine and spent three years writing and running various HVT courses for Social Services. These included How to Tackle Bullying, Anti-social Behaviour, Peer Pressure, Anger Management and Self-esteem Building.

Steve has put together HVT work for a range of different business clients including a leading Premiership Football Club, Professional Golfers; one of the UK's leading Banking Organisations and worked with many individuals on a personal basis.

















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3.0 out of 5 stars A prescription for a good mental attitude in life, not just golf. 3 July 2014
By Bruce B. Childs - Published on Amazon.com
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The good news about this book is that the author has an idea how to develop a calm, peaceful, serene mind (aka high vibrational thinking) as opposed to having a mind full of anger, hate, etc. (low vibrational thinking). He suggests clearing your mind of all bad thoughts and thinking of yourself as a piece of driftwood floating down a calm stream. If you hit a good shot then it worked. If you don't then some bad thoughts crept in. Genericlly applied, it is a theory for life, not just golf. The bad news is that his application to golf doesn't involve any real golfers as success stories. It presents his observations why those golfers played well or poorly.
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