who should be blamed for those bad slices ? The golf clubs, the teammates, the course conditions. Why do golfers repeatedly complain their shots?
Essential things I found from my experiences
As a preventive measure, many golfers complain about the weather, the soggy evening before or the headache before they start their round or tournament.
Tee 1 I smashed the ball flies to the right edge of the fairway and rolls mercilessly over the edge down the slope into the deep rough. Shot two become a real challenge. Sloping slope, Rough! Now to choose the right club?? for that … I decided on the longest iron, accept the slope. Concentrated swing and turn. The shot succeeds. Nevertheless, the stupid golf ball decided to land behind the flag. And the greens are hard. After two bounces, it rolls and rolls and rolls to the end of the green, which is followed by a steep slope.
You can guess the rest. I first blamed the hard green, then the wrong club choice (too long iron) and finally the golf course architect who built the green too small. Then I target the greenkeepers who didn't mow the rough. And my teaching pro, why didn't he practice this exact shot with me?
I'm always amaze at how both female and male golfer comment on a failed shot with "Too bad! That has little to do with bad luck. From my experiences all about to do with inability, With too little training, With lousy mental preparation or even a lack of concentration.
After all , who or what is really to blame on? in matters of guilt. I think this also includes awakening sensitivity to the question of how and to whom guilt exists. this cannot simply be talked away and swept under the table. In order overcome with ourselves and the world, the golfers must acknowledge our bad shot or ask a higher authority for forgiveness of the guilt that not hitting it correctly. This maybe easier for the player to keep playing. One more think that would like to mention i sew that good golfers can make bad strokes. For example, when the unkindness of circumstances or passion leads someone to voluntarily do something that is uncharacteristic of his or her character.
Today, Adam and Eve enjoy the game of golf and much more that life has to offer. I dare say that the golf course is a better place for golfers to find a partner than Tinder or Elite Partner. In the clubhouse at the latest, however, the golf community no longer talks about guilt or sin. Rather, the 95 strokes that needed to fail to reach handicap again.