Originally Posted by binga7
If you are angry playing golf, you can't be all smiles at other times in life. Controlling emotions is a huge part of golf, maybe even more so than how well you control the clubs. One of the keys to good golf, is getting your emotions under control.
Originally Posted by Ash1974
Pretty hard to defend the notion that throwing clubs is ok because of the actions of a few pro's. What you may not know is that the PGA Tour normally issues warnings, often in the form of a letter when those things happen on tour. That is not something they will allow to happen over and over, nor should they. They have many times over the years suggested that if you can't get this problem under control, then yes, you should just stay home. Do you know anything about the history of Bobby Jones?
There is no place in the game of golf for club throwing. My home course has issued more than one warning to members for this and our league has send more than one guy home for their on course club throwing.