Looking over my considerable collection of golf books, I came across a slim volume I'd forgotten entitled "Mulligans Laws: A Lifetime of Golfing Wisdom from the Genuis Who Invented the Do-Over."
I thought I'd share a little of that wisdom over the coming days:
If your driver is hot, your putter will be ice-cold; if you can hit your irons, you will top your woods; if you are keeping your right elbow tucked in, your head will come up.
It's as easy to lower your handicap as it is to reduce your hat size.
If you really want to get better at golf, go back and take it up at a much earlier age.