Sam Weinman has written a new piece for Golf Digest, “Confidence Kills: What If Everything You’ve Been Told To Think Is Wrong?”

Most golfers have selective memories. Ask us to recount our best shots, and we can tell you the club we hit, where we hit it, and whatever it was we just had for lunch. It’s everything else that tends to be a blur. The implication of needing just one great shot to “bring you back” is that you’re choosing to repress all the mediocre shots that came before and after. []

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