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Golf Australia Express : Issue 33
COVER STORY THE GOLF’S A SAD GAME. At least it is if we let it be. While many of us say we play it for enjoyment, countless golfers leave the course more frustrated than when they arrived, only to return the following week to repeat the unhealthy routine. Perhaps some of us, in a rather perverse irony, actually enjoy becoming frustrated, hence our inevitable return to the fairways each week. Or maybe—just maybe—we remember those few perfect shots we hit during the round that continue to taunt and tease us with false hopes of that elusive perfect round. M ANY GOLFERS THINK IF THEY SHOOT LOWER SCORES THEY’LL BE HAPPY. NOT SO SAYS OUR MENTAL GAME EXPERT. INSTEAD, IT’S LEARNING TO BE HAPPY ON COURSE THAT WILL ULTIMATELY HELP YOU SHOOT LOWER SCORES. Why Grinners Are WINNERS "Golfers just need to get out of their own way."