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I like the idea behind this. I used to get pretty pissed. Now, especially since I started teaching, I just see everything as an outcome, and if it's not a "good" shot, a problem that I can solve. A puzzle. I laugh at the "bad" shots, and enjoy the good ones. But I enjoy the bad ones too, because I'm on the correct side of the grass and I'm playing golf.
I watched Jordan Spieth thin a fairway wood today and he got what can only be called a great result. I won't spoil it for those who have dvr'd it. Let's just say the result was a hell of a lot better than the strike. We have all had them. Describe yours! Last year I was playing a one day tournament. A good drive left me a wedge from about 100 yards. I bladed that sucker so badly it never got more than a few inches off the ground. It rolled and bobbled 100 yards, squeezed between the two fronting bunkers, rolled across the green and stopped a foot from the hole. If I knew how to spin my club, I would have added that flourish. Made birdie and won a skin. Great shots are always rewarded.