Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Mulligan's Laws, Part 2
More truisms and pearls of wisdom from the book Mulligan's Laws: A Lifetime of Golfing Wisdom from the Genius Who Invented the Do-Over:
Since bad shots come in groups of three, a fourth bad shot is actually the beginning of a next group of three.
When you look up and cause and awful shot, you will always look down again at exactly the moment when you ought to start watching the ball if you ever want to see it again.
The only sure way to find a drive sliced deep into the woods is to hit a provisional ball 260 yards down the middle.