Golf Player (1898) print in high

When Your Golf Game Deserts You

6 mins 1 yr

Many of us have walked in the valley of the death of our game at times during our golfing lives. When your golf game deserts you it is not a nice feeling. Of course, as Stoics we all know that we are not our feelings, well not only our feelings. To play golf for any length of time we must have a certain degree of resolve. There are good times and bad times, even, within a round of golf, let alone over a season. Marcus Aurelius led Roman soldiers in battles over a lifetime and his messages in his Meditations call upon the fortitude necessary to survive and thrive in these circumstances. Golf in the heat of competitive battle can be like this.

The Mental Side