Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (5 of 6)


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Missing Impossible [DVD]
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A friend loaned me this DVD a few years ago. I had not been golfing long and considered putting to be the easy part of the game. Seeing the method demonstrated on the DVD I was discouraged by the ungainly stance necessary to achieve this "perfect" shot and I dismissed the idea.
However, now I have been through the baptism of fire attaining my handicap, lowering it and getting to the greens quite often in regulation, only to be stymied by a 3-putt, I am longing to make a serious attempt at Trevillion's method. If it's half as good as he says it is then I'll add my testimonial to this review.
Four Classic Albums (The Modern Jazz Quartet / Dja&hellip ~ The Modern Jazz Quartet
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Music to swing with, 14 April 2011
I say it's "music to swing with" because the last track I heard before a round of golf was Django which kept playing in my head throughout the game - I consider it no coincidence that I played well that day! It has to be said that I need to pick the tracks that I genuinely enjoy but out of 4 LPs I feel I've got my money's worth. Some of it may be an acquired taste and yet there a a few tracks that jazz-lovers will take to immediately. It's lovely music to play at home alone if you are preparing a meal, drinking, reading or perhaps studying.
The Psychology of Achievement: Develop the Top Ach&hellip by Brian Tracy
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I first heard this self-development programme in the early 90's in its audiocassette form and I like to think it helped me plan my professional and personal life fairly well. It is a no-nonsense package of advice on how to think and act towards yourself and others. I bought this CD for my daughter who is trying to re-organise her career - I hope she listens to it over and over because I know it can be a great comfort and a useful device for overcoming most obstacles. Just one point, I would have liked the 2-CD version to have contained all the material that was on the 12 sides of cassette.