WASHINGTON, April 5, 2012 - Those of us who have tasted at least one “perfect” golf swing understand the pure pleasure of it. That slice of perfect mind and body coordination is the carrot at the end of every beginning and intermediate player’s club. Never mind that there are a minimum of 2,000 strokes between each semi-accidental perfect swing. It is still a taste of the Masters.
The most difficult part of the golf game is managing thoughts and feelings while double-bogeying your way through the course. It is also the most difficult thing to do when the clubs are cleaned, put away, and everyday responsibilities resume … .