Why is golf, and particularly professional golf, so difficult? After all, there is no defender trying to prevent the golfer from getting the ball in the hole. The golf ball is perfectly still as it lies on the ground or the tee and the player has all the time in the world to figure out what he or she wants to do with the shot. But that's where the difficulty comes into play. The time a golfer has to make decisions is part of what makes golf so difficult. In no other sport does a player have minutes to figure out what comes next, only seconds. You'd think the extra time would be an advantage, but as anyone who's ...
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