Dr. Rob Bell

Dr. Rob Bell

Dr. Rob Bell is a Sport Psychology coach and owner of DRB & associates. He has worked with champions on the PGA Tour and has caddied on tour for over seven years. He was also the mental coach for the USTA national champion, who became the first unseeded player to ever win the Illustrious event. He is the author of three books, 'The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness' and 'Mental Toughness Training for Golf'. His third book was just released titled 'No Fear: A Simple Guide to Mental Toughness'. Dr. Bell is a former Ball State University Professor with over 15 research publications primarily on applied Sport Psychology. He is also a certified consultant of (Association for Applied Sport Psychology).

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