Golf's Sacred Journey: Seven Days at the Links of Utopia - eBook  -     By: David L. Cook
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Zondervan / 2009 / ePub

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Product Description

Golfers and non-golfers alike will be moved by the powerful transformation that takes place in Golf's Sacred Journey. Inspired by thousands of athletes he has counseled and mentors and teachers from whom he has learned, David Cook tells a story about a "chance" meeting between a fictitious golf professional and his unorthodox mentor. This book is about influence and learning life's lessons in places we never expected to learn them.

Product Information

Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Zondervan
Publication Date: 2009
ISBN: 9780310868118
ISBN-13: 9780310868118
UPC: 025986868116
Availability: In Stock

Publisher's Description

Golfers and non-golfers alike will be moved by the powerful transformation that takes place in Golf’s Sacred Journey. “Read it. Devour it. Keep it as a reference book. You’ll be glad you did. Golf’s Sacred Journey is a remarkable and encouraging story with an entirely different approach on how to succeed in your golf game.” —Zig Ziglar, leading motivational expert and bestselling author “This book is full of wisdom that will enhance your game and I believe it just may change your life.” —David Robinson, NBA MVP, 1992 Olympic Gold Medalist, Two Time World Champion This book is about influence. The story is based on thousands of athletes the author has counseled, and the great mentors and teachers from whom he has learned, told through the lives of two characters—a rancher with a passion for teaching truth and a young golf professional at the end of his rope. They represent each of us in the various stages of growth. In life we must be willing to coach and be coached, for either one alone will leave us empty.

Author Bio

Author, speaker, entrepreneur, and mental training coach are the roles Dr. David L. Cook has assumed over the past two decades. His clients have included NBA World Champions, National Collegiate Champions, PGA Tour Champions, Olympians, and many Fortune 500 companies. His articles have been featured in Golf Magazine, Golf Illustrated, and Golf Tips. David is Chairman of the Board of Utopia Films and served as executive producer for the Seven Days in Utopia motion picture. He is a Baylor University graduate and received a PhD in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Virginia. He and his wife, Karen have been married for over 29 years, have two daughters, and live in Fredericksburg, Texas.

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  1. York, PA
    Age: 55-65
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Entire purchase experience was great
    January 20, 2012
    Baughmad
    York, PA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This is a great book that offers the reader 3 great game / life changers. Understanding the mental golf game, learning a new swing perspective and dealing with the many lies we lived with.
  2. Wisconsin
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    Gender: male
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    September 5, 2011
    Ben Umnus
    Wisconsin
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: male
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    Golf is a game I'm not very good at nor do I like watching it on TV necessarily, but I do like playing it anyhow on occasion with my Dad; my late grandfather loved golf and was good at it. I was inspired to read this book, because of a friend on Twitter as well as the new Seven Days in Utopia movie coming to theaters September 2nd, 2011. The movie looked good in the trailer so I wanted to read the book first and see how this would be.

    Golf's Sacred Journey is a story, written by David L. Cook, which concerns a young PGA golfer who is getting frustrated by a spell of poor gameplay. To unwind, he drives around and finds a town called Utopia, Texas. In that small town he meets an older, experienced golfer named Johnny. Johnny knows there is potential in this young golfer and offers to teach him; some of what is taught is more than just simple swinging techniques.

    I like the fact this is easy to read due to the amount of pages and the vocabulary used, because I feel most people within their tweens or older should be able to read this book without getting too confused. Though I'd have to reread this and test out some of the stuff Johnny talks about, I can tell by the descriptive language that Mr. Cook has a good share of golfing experience under his belt. I don't know why, but in some ways this story reminded me of a mixture between Cars and The Karate Kid a little bit, only this story about golf and has a hint of Christian theology attached to it. Some readers might feel chapter 6 is offensive due to Johnny and his student participating in a gambling game; I wasn't offended for those curious. In the grand scheme of things, I thought this was a pretty good book. As I first admitted, I'm not the best golfer out there and probably don't have as much passion for the game as others out there, but I liked it and figure those who like to play golf might like to read this story as well; hope the movie is as good as the book.
  3. New Mexico
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    January 28, 2011
    blackie
    New Mexico
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
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    This book is about life. Even if you don't golf, this book is a great read.
  4. Charlotte, NC
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    Personal success by focusing outward, not inward
    October 15, 2010
    Encourager
    Charlotte, NC
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    Quality: 5
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    David Cook deftly portrays the sad pitfalls resulting from self-centeredness, personal pride and the strong need for total control over one's life experiences. Releasing oneself from the bonds of these prisons comes from truly loving God and others. Then true liberation, personal fulfillment, emotional wellbeing and success can come from an outward life focus, not an inward life focus. God = target!
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 31, 2009
    Russ Hickman
    If you are breathing this is a must read!!! This is the best book on the mental game of golf ever written!!! But it is the spiritual side that will quicken your soul!!!Join the Revolution!!!S.F.T. !!!
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