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Golf Australia Express : Issue 33
In this week’s OTG ED’S WELCOME ODD SPOT PHOTOGRAPHY BY is produced and published by OTG Media Pty. Ltd © 2012 All Rights Reserved EDITORIAL - email@example.com ADVERTISING - firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT US Why Grinners Are Winners THE GIFT: 4 Dough Makers THE STAT: Hunter Mahan ...because golf should be fun AS FAR AS THIS SCRIBE'S concerned, there's only one mood in which golf should be played: Happy. That's mainly because the alternative has never really worked for me. As soon as I get upset at myself on course, my game spirals downward...fast. But focusing on having fun out there and playing in a relaxed and happy manner brings out the best in my game. (Granted, my best ain't all that good but it's better than my worst by a long way.) So it was interesting to have a chat with American psychologist Dr Joe Parent—an expert in the mental side of the game—about the importance of happiness when playing golf. You'll no doubt find his take on the subject rather fascinating. With golf being a hobby for most of us who play, it only makes sense it should be a source of happiness for us rather than frustration. This issue is our attempt to help you find a way to make it more of the former and less of the latter. Good luck. See you on the green. DAMIAN SHUTIE email@example.com THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT TRICK SHOTS THAT GRAB OUR ATTENTION. EVEN MORE SO WHEN THE PROS DROP THEIR GUARD TO SHOW OFF AND HAVE A LITTLE FUN. THE PEEK: Zurich Classic INSIDE: