'The golfer's mind' was actually first suggested by Davis Love, Jr. - Davis Love III's dad - who encouraged Doc to write an instruction book on golf's mental challenges, organized by topic. Love thought that golfers could keep the book with them, or at least nearby, at all times. When they needed a refresher on a certain issue, they could consult the book, read for a few minutes, and take away solid guidance regarding their difficulties. Doc heard what Love said, and twenty years later, 'The golfer's mind' is that book. Doc covers topics including - Butterflies; Practicing to play great; The rhythm of the game; Routine; Setbacks; How winning happens.