Hardest Thing in Golf

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By mark t

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  1. mark t

    mark t
    makawao, HI

    After returning to golf after several years of layoff. I don't know whats more difficult now. Standing over a four foot birdie putt. Getting out of the Sand and placing so close to the pin, or having that "go to" drive go right smack where you need it.

    What really has happened now that is on top of the list is.... Waiting for that new set of clubs or equipment that you just ordered. Thanks Titleist.....its giving me the yips waiting.....

  2. John M

    John M
    Clayton, CA

    For me, the hardest thing in golf is not knowing why I am playing poor shots. I decided since my return to golf that I would take a lesson once a month. It's made a huge difference. For those of you living in the Bay Area, specifically the east bay, I highly recommend Jenny Park-Choi (former LPGA player) to take a look at your swing. You won't regret it!
  3. Darryl M

    Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

    Enjoy the new clubs & make everything on that list easy.....
  4. Gabriel G

    Gabriel G
    Cedar Park, TX

    Easy, standing over a four foot putt with a hard left to right break. You must make for the only birdie chance you have that day.
  5. Lance P

    Lance P
    hillsborough, NC

    Putts are never really hard as the ramifications aren't that bad...it's only a stroke. Driving the ball with houses and a highway within reach of an errant shot is much more nerve-racking for me. I just try to think "smooth down the middle...smooth down the middle". Sometimes it even works!
  6. Forgetting the last shot.
  7. Zangetsu


    For me it is being called a cheat when I enter on handicap 20.
    When they see my distance on shots, however the understanding when I 3 put on most holes. Luckily I received my 2018 select Newport 2.5 last week and been steadily 1-2 putting almost every hole. Love the confidence boost. I have a feeling I'll be dropping some points on my handicap:)

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