The other day, I played in a tournament with some other golfers, all trying to qualify for a national event. I failed.
I started off poorly. I quickly got into some situations on the course that were difficult to get out of and, to make matters worse, I did not putt well. My caddie encouraged me to focus on the upcoming holes and when we ran out of holes on the front nine, he said “That’s okay. You have the back nine. Just beat her on the back.”
Well, this might sound like fine advice. He was trying to get […]Read more »