Sam Weinman is Golf Digest’s digital editor. He previously covered professional golf and the NHL for Gannett Newspapers. Weinman enjoys playing golf with his two young sons since they are currently the only people he can outdrive. His first book, WIN AT LOSING: How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead To Our Greatest Gains, was published in 2016.
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So much of the damage is done before you even get to your ball.