The Endless Search

Every time a golfer swings the club there are infinite results that could occur. Some shots turn out swell while others fall short of expectations. As frustrating as the misses may be it is the variety of golf which keeps the player coming back. In every golfer, there is an unquenchable desire to do better. That’s why we all keep swinging. The only way to find glory in this game is to put in the reps. The more one plays golf, the more rewards it will yield. Of course, as the years and rounds played go by, all those good shots and bad ones tend to blur together. What remains are memories of time well spent in pursuit of a passion. The great swings we make turn out to be just an excuse to keep looking for more. What we really seek is the pleasure of an endless search. All those iterations eventually become a lifetime of joy.

If you enjoy these daily stories, you might like my new book, The Nine Virtues of Golf. It debuted earlier this Summer as the #1 new release golf book on Amazon.