I recently played in the Southwest PGA Senior Open. I was hitting the ball great, but it didn’t translate on my scorecard. This reminded me of a few lessons I’ve shared over the years.
1. Remember that your score is not necessarily a reflection of who you are as a player. Use your experiences on the course to learn and improve.
2. Playing the game and working on your golf swing are two entirely different things.
Here’s a great conversation I had with Brendon DeVore @bebettergolf, talking about this very subject. It’s part of a 6-Part Golf Talk Series you can watch at malaskagolf.com.
Don’t just play golf. Understand it.
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