Most average players try to hit every shot as far as they possibly can. Ego is the culprit here: We think that how far we can hit a particular club is the measure of how good we are. But that's not the point of the game of golf. Accuracy and consistency are much more important for lower golf scores. (Click here for audio)
-- from the chapter "Beware of Trying for a Few Extra Yards"
in ZEN GOLF: Mastering The Mental Game
by Dr. Joe Parent
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