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PLAY A ROUND OF GOLF WITH GARY PLAYER - DVD  - 2 episode special on one DVD: Gary Player possesses more than 160 professional victories world wide in his illustrious career including 9 major championships. He has much too much to offer for just a half hour showthat's why we added a second show so he could share all of his knowledge of The ACE Club in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania.An innovative and unique new series, Playing Lessons features the world's top touring pros talking their way through a round. 

Golf Channel - Playing Lessons: Gary Player DVD

What golfer wouldn't want to play a round with Gary Player and now you can! Gary reveals his secrets to a winning golf game sharing time-proven tips on everything from course management and Club selection to swing mechanics and what it takes to make the big shots under pressure. Whether you are a beginner or a novice golfer, you'll be able to apply Gary's own secrets to your game and start playing better golf. Gary also reveals his secrets to a winning golf game and shares tips on course management, club selection and fundamentals and set up.

The Golfer's Guide to the Meaning of Life: Lessons I've Learned from My Life on the Links - Gary Player is one of only four golfers to have won the grand slam of golf. He has won more than 160 PGA tournaments worldwide. He and longtime friends Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer comprise the golf worlds Threesome of Giants. In The Golfers Guide to the Meaning of Lifethe latest installment of the popular Meaning of Life seriesthis esteemed and beloved golfer opens up about what six decades of championship golfing have taught him about patience, human nature, endurance, friendship, weariness, and happiness.
Gary Player On Positive Thinking:
"I will say without hesitation that you cannot achieve any goal if you have negative thoughts running through your head. You must have positive and, what might even seem to others, bold thoughts. This is not to say that you should ignore the strengths of an opponent whether on the golf course, on a sales call, or in the boardroom. Acknowledge his strengths? Yes. Dwell on them? No."

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