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Successful Golf Expensive

Tour Golf Life Expensive,  Difficult to Sustain and Balance I recall an interview with Padraig Harrington in which he was asked about problems on tour. He replied that as professional golfers, “we don’t really have problems.” The comment was right for the specific situation under discussion, so it made sense then. However, I’m sure Harrington …

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Excellence and Loneliness

Loneliness Necessary to Achieve Excellence in Golf Jordan Spieth cited an interesting problem in a recent interview that one can encounter in any difficult profession requiring a fine-tuned repetitive action and intense concentration. Listening to the way he tells it, I’ve got to think that the phenomenon is widespread, and a natural outgrowth of what …

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