One thing we know about golf is that it is unpredictable. How often do we go out hoping for a perfect round where nothing goes wrong and everything goes “our way.”
We cannot control our outcomes on the golf course but one thing we can do is control how we respond to it.
How often do you react negatively when you hit a bad shot or have a bad hole?
We know that this is not good for our state of mind or the round, yet we still do it. Understanding how important responding rather than reacting is and being aware is crucial to having more fun and playing our best golf.
This is exactly what we discuss today, and share a recent example and story of ours with some useful “take homes” for you.