My Experience At The Golf Shop With A Brand New Set Up Clubs

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I remember like it was yesterday, the sound of my debit card sliding through the scanner as I am about to purchase items that would not leave my side to this day. Feeling very confident I walked out of the golf shop with a brand new set up clubs, everything from a putter to a new driver. The great Arnold Palmer once said, “Success in golf depends less on strength of body more on strength of mind and character.” Throughout my life I have used the sport golf, as some people may use meditation. My golf clubs aren’t just expensive graphite sticks; they’re tools that I’ve used to develop emotions, feelings, goals, and ultimately my life. As a young teenager I was very cocky or full of myself as you could say. I was very developed and coordinated to where certain sports and activities came easy for me. Anybody playing the game of golf knows that you’re going to have good days and bad days, sometimes really bad days. I wasn’t able to keep my emotions in tact with any sort of day I had; if I was playing bad I would cuss and slam my clubs on the ground. When I would play well, I would get cocky, hot headed, and sure enough it would come and bite me in the rear before the round was over and I would rage again. I struggled keeping my emotions in tact, this wasn’t just a problem on the golf course either. I used to be a very impatient person and would despise anything I had to do if I wasn’t on board with it. When I first purchased these golf clubs I was sixteen, by the time it was

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