Literacy Professors Write Guide
There’s an old saying that golf is as much mental as it is physical. But your average golfer doesn’t deliberately practice the mental aspect of the game.
Two University of Maine professors are aiming to change that. Richard Kent and Ken Martin are both former directors of the Maine Writing Project, a site of the National Writing Project. Their new book, The Golfer’s Workbook, is part of the National Writing Project’s Writing Athletes series... read more.
The Golfer's Workbook... a book for individual players or your entire team. Based on years of golf research and writing as well as training logs, notebooks, and journals of Olympians and other world-class athletes, The Golfer's Workbook provides a wide variety of reflective writing activities that can optimize the performance of a player by helping a golfer become a "student of the game." The book includes a season's worth of journal prompts, reflections, match analyses, note pages, and more. The Golfer's Workbook is a companion book to Writing on the Bus: Using Athletic Team Notebooks and Journals to Advance Learning and Performance in Sports.
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