The best golfers in the world have left their spectators in awe. Their high level of motor skill when executing fine movements - in a game that breeds more frustration than inspiration - is difficult to comprehend. The complexity of golf's main aim, getting the little white ball in the hole by passing the obstacles presented around it, caused mathematicians to conclude that doing so more often than not is not probable.
How do they do it?
What makes them so special?
Why are they so good?
This audiobook will guide you through scientific principles that reveal how the best became the best.