Golf: Great Expectations Never Did Anyone Any Good

8 mins 1 yr

Golf is best played with hope in your heart and a positive outlook. It can be tough at times to maintain this mindset throughout your round. However, negativity never did anyone any favours out on the golf course. Better players and champions will tell you that keeping your head in the game is paramount to winning and performing well. The Stoic golfer understands this from the outset and employs mental strategies to cope with the pressures and pitfalls inherent in golf. Golf: Great expectations never did anyone any good – just ask Charles Dickens. There is an old Zen saying, ‘always walk with one shoe wet.’ This prepares the traveller on the journey in case it rains.

The Mental Side