|Title||Think and Play Better Bowls|
|Authors||Mark de Lacy with Peter Belliss|
|Publisher||HarperCollinsPublishers (New Zealand) Limited, Auckland, New Zealand|
|Edition reviewed||2nd (published 1999)|
|Cover size (cm)
(height x width)
|23.3 x 15.3|
|Number of pages||192|
|Number of pages with||Coloured photos||Black & white photos||Line drawings|
|Synopsis||This book has been superseded by Perfect Bowls - a revised and updated version published in 2007.
What makes the difference between a top lawn bowler and an also-ran? It can't be physique, because bowls isn't a physical game: anyone - weak or strong, big or little, old or young - can play it.
In Think and Play Better Bowls, Mark de Lacy and double world champion Peter Belliss reveal why bowls is almost entirely a mind game - and then they tell you how to develop your mind so that you can't help but win. 'It's all in the way you think,' they say.
In a clear, no-nonsense style, this book shows how you, too, can harness the power of your mind to win at bowls. You will learn how to:
Whether you want to beat your arch-rival, win your first club title, or gain national honours, this book tells you how, by thinking the right way, you can become the best bowler you could possibly be.
Also by Peter Belliss: