Re: Master Scotty Cameron Putters: Worth It or Not? Thread
Peace and love, guys. Golf is a game of patience and a test of wills.
At the end of the day, even the pros go through bad days, and as with all games like tennis, the condition of the equipment plays a huge psychological role in determining the end result.
Okay, we cannot fault the fact that technique plays a huge role in success on the green or on the court. No matter how expensive your equipment, if your technique isn't sound and CONSISTENT, your game will still remain in the gutter. But if you are comfortable with your equipment, then bad technique will stick out like a sore thumb and you will be encouraged to not fault equipment and take a serious look at improving technique.
Now, for those who already have consistent technique: like I said, even the pros have bad days. This is where have an extra edge like better balls and equipment will boost the psychological aspect.
I can't profess that I'm a scratch golfer or a Div I tennis player, but I can definitely profess that I will find all ways and means to improve my game and technique.
We will never stop learning till the day we gasp our last breath, so let's spend the energy encouraging and complimenting each other, rather than wasting the energy negatively by tearing our hair out or banging our heads against walls.