RI Psychiatrist Publishes Book on Golf’s Mental Game
The game of golf can is as much mental as it is physical, as we all know.
Rhode Island psychiatrist Dr. Richard Goldberg, MD, addresses the mental game of golf in his new, recently published book “Better Golf, Better Life.”
“This book will make the reader think “Hey, I like to play golf, but I never realized how golf can make me a better person, and how learning about myself can actually improve my golf game,” writes Goldberg in a description of the book.
The book contains 34 essays on the mental aspects of golf and is 154 pages long.
Goldberg adds, “This is also a book about and for the human spirit, helping golfers connect with something beautiful and powerful that is at the heart of this remarkable game we call Golf.”
About Richard Goldberg, MD
Professor (Emeritus) of Psychiatry & Human Behavior at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Dr Goldberg is the Founder of Dr Rich Golf, a golf mental coaching program.
Dr. Rich Golf brings together experience from a 45 year career in psychiatry, 25 years of competing in endurance athletics, including Ironman triathlon, and 50 years study of Eastern philosophy and mindfulness meditation.
Dr Rich has coached golfers at many levels to improve their golf game and the enhance their lives.