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Coaches Who Never Lose
Sports and Your Child
Way to Go, Coach!
Parent Sport Behavior Card

Drs. Ronald E. Smith and Frank L. Smoll are professors of psychology at the University of Washington. They have collaborated for more than 25 years in research on coaching behaviors and on the development and evaluation of the Mastery Approach to Coaching (MAC) workshop. More than 450 MAC workshops for 24,000 youth and high school coaches have been conducted to date.

Coaching Mental Excellence 'It Does Matter Whether You Win or Lose...'

Dr. Ralph Vernacchia is Professor of Physical Education and Director of the graduate and undergraduate programs in sport psychology at Western Washington University. Dr. Vernacchia has 22 years of coaching experience at high school and collegiate levels.

Dr. David Cook is president of Mental Advantage, Inc., a performance enhancement firm. Dr. Cook is founder and president of the National Sportpsych Group, composed of the leading mental training consultants in the U.S.

Dr. Rick McGuire is the Head Track and Field Coach at the University of Missouri. Dr. McGuire holds a PhD in Sport Psychology and is a graduate professor in the College of Education.

Understanding the Golf Swing
Understanding the Golf Swing - THE DVD!

Visit: manueldelatorregolf.com

Manuel de la Tore was head golf professional at the Milwaukee Country Club from 1951 to 1996. Manuel is recognized worldwide as the leading proponent of the 'Swing Principles Method of Instruction' developed by famed instructor Ernest Jones. Manuel continues to conduct seminars for teaching professionals at the local, state, and national levels. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Live Hands: A Key to Better Golf

Eric Pain was born in 1908 in Dundee Scotland, He entered Cambridge University in 1927 and was a member of the Golf Team. He played internationally for England in 1930 and 1936. Mr. Pain was also a prominent golf journalist in England in the 1940s and 1950s.