Stepping into the tee box, placing the ball, and looking down the fairway, only one thing stands in the way of hitting the ball onto the green. You. Golf is a sport of endurance, but mostly it is a sport of self-control and confidence. The personal lessons learned in golf will help you succeed in your career and personal life.
Find Focus and Stillness
It is hard to find solitude and peace of mind in a world full of chatter from the television, the internet, and office politics. A day out on the course, a place where people respect peace and quiet, allows you the opportunity to focus on your game and stillness in your life.
Instead of focusing on that deadline, that upcoming bill, or the kids running through the house, your mind can stop spinning. For a few hours your mind is perfectly centered as you stand motionless focusing on hitting the ball with precision to send it past the fairway and onto the green.
Gain Self Confidence
“Success depends almost entirely on how effectively you learn to manage the game's two ultimate adversaries: the course and yourself,” Jack Nicklaus, winner of 18 major championships.
Unlike other sports, you are solely responsible for your success on the course. As your handicap improves, you.