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Why Is Golf So Complex And Complicated?


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#226 Toph

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 06:31 AM

odd way of looking at it , you wouldn't measure the real length of a cricket match on a batsmans swing. There Is a point hidden though, someone once pointed out that a nice smooth tempo transcended every moment on the course , rarely would you see someone rush around at breakneck speed then hover over the ball with a smooth easy swing ,

I think this is why I prefer walking to carts. I find it hard to rush around from ball to ball in a cart, then get the right headspace over the ball. Easier to walk up to it, contemplating the shot in hand, select club and hit. It's a Tempo thing.
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#227 Hawkers2015

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Posted 16 November 2016 - 07:00 AM

odd way of looking at it , you wouldn't measure the real length of a cricket match on a batsmans swing. There Is a point hidden though, someone once pointed out that a nice smooth tempo transcended every moment on the course , rarely would you see someone rush around at breakneck speed then hover over the ball with a smooth easy swing ,

 

 

Not really what I meant, although I see your point.

 

I was thinking more about how having all this idle time gives you lots of time to think in unproductive ways - the hazards you want to avoid, what could go wrong, stewing about how you farked the last shot/home, etc ... 






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