I think the more a person understand the rules, the more they make sense in those terms. But I wouldn't give people a hard time when they question them. The people that question them are most like those that are in the process of learning them - exactly the people you want to encourage. They will come around as they get deeper into it. (in general).
thanks for the book referral
Typically 2 regular Gatorades, one for the front 9, one for the back 9. It might be purely placebo effect, but I feel like I have more energy and am not as tired especially on holes 13-18 when drinking regular Gatorades with sugar and calories compared to when I drink the 0 calorie/sugar versions.
I'm not super familiar with different types of sweeteners and such, but is there direct evidence that the sweetener you are referring to is legitimately that bad for your body?
His example with the aircraft is asinine. This in fact does happen unless you’re the sole owner of the plane. Many of these golfers ( and other wealthy people) share a jet and can’t have carte Blanche anytime they want it with the jet. The same way when you’re a member of a private club: you share it with many others. What a dope CR is.
Bet you thought this was about alcohol....I'm asking about hydration on the golf course. I currently doing the GatorAde zero, but it is sweetened with the same product that is in Splenda.. I am looking for something that will provide hydration but not kill me....any ideas or recommendations.
That's how I work on it. Look at where I want the ball to to, what to avoid (water/trees/sand/rough) and then see the flight in my mind and trust the swing by focusing on the impact of the club with the ball. This is my practice routine with chips/pitches in the back yard almost daily. Kind of the See It, Feel It, Trust It theme I read about in the book Seven Days in Utopia.