Golf and investment


May 24, 2021 By Edward Weston

Let me tell you a short story. I have a golf friend who seems to be on the same level of golfing as I. But he wants to win my money eagerly and always comes to challenge me. As a result, we played more than 50 games, and he only won once and a half. That "half" was because of the heavy rain, so we only hit nine holes. His biggest problem is that he always takes the risk that he shouldn't take. The game of 18 holes, how couldn't he lose like that? It did turn out to be a terrible loss for him. By the way, I've told him playing like that was not right, but he didn't listen.

Golf is an 18-hole game, and professionals usually play four games, which would be 72 holes. Good professional players usually play more than 20 games a year.

Winning and losing are according to the total number of pars, so as long as you break a few holes, the total score will not be good.

Your golf score is not related to the performance of other players. Just play your own golf, but many people will still be affected by the performance of other players.

No matter how good a player is, he will make mistakes, but a good player has a low probability of making mistakes and rarely makes mistakes constantly. There is no perfect golf, no perfect investment, and so is life.

You wouldn't know the difference between good players and ordinary players most of the time, and sometimes good players can't perform well. But after a long time, you will find that the difference between them is enormous.

No matter how good the player is, he will also play badly when he loses mental balance. Golf is played one stroke at a time, one hole at a time, one game at a time. You must be serious with each shot and entirely focused on it, or the total score will be affected.


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