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On Golf And Grit: Golf Digest Contributor Paul Tough

Looking deeper at the in-depth cover story from the October 2014 issue, "True Grit".
Golf instruction

Make The Turn Weekly Challenge #26: Live above the "O" line

Shakespeare said, "There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." My buddy Chris from New Jersey, paraphrased this by saying, "Hey it ain't bad, just is." Either way, they both make...
Tuesday, 9/9/2014 at 10:16AM
coaches-instructors

Make The Turn - Weekly Challenge: Live Above The "O" Line

Deciding to live above the "O" line is one of the most important skills you can develop in becoming a more disciplined thinker. The goal is to simply see outcomes and events as neutral observations, where they don't affect your mood in a negative way.
Golf Instruction / Play Your Best: Fixing Faults

Rick Smith: Why'd I Do That?

You flub a chip, and then hit it again in mid-air.
October 2014
Golf Instruction / Lesson Tee

Jim McLean: Why Did I Try To Stretch A Fairway Wood?

Why'd I do that: What to do when the green is out of reach.
September 2014
Magazines / My Shot: Henrik Stenson

My Shot: Henrik Stenson

Henrik Stenson on murdering his golf clubs, making and losing millions, and betting big on porridge.
September 2014
Instruction

Make The Turn Challenge #20: Learn Your Lesson

By Jeff RitterOne of the more predictable behaviors you'll find woven into the fabric of the game is the general moaning and malaise associated with the completion of one's round. This action usually begins when...
Tuesday, 7/29/2014 at 9:34AM
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