The 100-Year Golfer paperback by Ilchi Lee
Upgrade your game and enjoy a lifetime of golf

With 7 Arts that connect body and mind by New York Times bestselling author Ilchi Lee

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With this book, you’ll discover . . .

  1. How to get past slumps and upgrade your skills
  2. Time-tested techniques for improving your feel for the game
  3. How to enjoy golf until you’re 100 and beyond
  4. Ways to use golf to improve other areas of your life
  5. Motivational stories from golf pros and centenarian golfers

Praise for The 100-Year Golfer

Dave Bisbee, Director of Golf, Seven Canyons Golf Club

Dave Bisbee

Director of Golf, Seven Canyons Golf Club, United States

“I don’t know anyone who embodies the spirit of the game of golf like Ilchi Lee. He plays with total joy, and I believe it when he says he will play till he is 100!”

Yeonhee Han

Former Coach of the South Korean National Golf Team

“I saw a new horizon in golf by reading The 100-Year Golfer. . . . I would like to recommend this book to golfers who need golf for themselves, not for recognition from anybody else.”

Sooin Kim, Golf columnist and the author of Power Golf

Sooin Kim

Golf columnist and the author of Power Golf, South Korea

“A remarkable guide that inspires golfers who want to enjoy the benefits of increased longevity and continuous challenge. If this book is followed, you will be able to shoot your age.”

Sangho Choi, South Korean golfing legend, holds the record for most wins in KPGA history

Sangho Choi

South Korean golfing legend, holds the record for most wins in KPGA history

“This book reminds us that training the body and mind is a shortcut to better golf. It presents practical meditations and unique exercises, along with the inspiration to make golf part of a deeply fulfilling life.”

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The 7 Arts of Ilchi Brain Golf

Practice these 7 arts for a lifetime of golf that’s joyful, natural, and connected.


Develop the ability to sense the subtle life energy that Asian medicine has observed in the body to get a better feel for your posture, movement, and coordination in your swing, address, and putt.


Care for your most important piece of equipment—your body—with strength training, stretching, and exercises for training in the opposite direction. Make it a daily habit, even for short bursts of time.


Breathe consciously to manage your stress, maintain your equanimity, and direct your energy to excelling at your game.


Get in the zone by directing your attention inward and achieving a state of relaxed concentration and clarity. Make golf a meditation itself.


Develop a better feel for the game and make a more stable and consistent swing path and tempo by practicing golf-related qigong forms.


Minimize the effects of the physical, mental, and emotional stress of golf through actively releasing tension from your body and getting its energy flowing.


Adopt the mindset you need for ongoing improvement with a multi-level approach and 5 important attitudes that also make golf a tool for self-development.

Since golf has fascinated me, I’ve long thought of writing a book combining this game with the mind-body training methods I’ve developed over my career as an educator and mentor in personal development. Twenty-five years ago, I even created specific exercises for golfers to help them develop the senses required for an effective golf swing. Now, these techniques, as well as the insights into the game that I gleaned from playing for almost 40 years, have finally been put down into a book.

—Ilchi Lee

About Ilchi Lee

Ilchi Lee is a visionary, mentor, and educator who has devoted his life to teaching energy principles and methods to nurture the full potential of the human brain. He’s developed mind-body training methods such as Body & Brain Yoga and Brain Education, which have inspired many people worldwide to live healthier and happier lives. He also founded the undergraduate Global Cyber University and the graduate University of Brain Education. Lee has been an amateur golfer for almost 40 years and penned more than 40 books, including the New York Times bestseller The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart as well as I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years: The Ancient Secret to Longevity, Vitality, and Life Transformation.

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