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Wall Street Journal: 9 Golf Delusions

Should she keep her head down? MOST OF US HAVE HEARD THOSE widely held truths and perceptions about the game of golf. The game belongs to the wealthy and privileged class. The golf course is where business people cut deals. Keep your head down! (Keep it still, too.) The main advantage the pros have over you and me is distance. And on and on. “In Golf’s Biggest Delusions: Nine Things People Say About the Game That Aren’t True—and One That Is,” the Wall Street Journal’s John Paul Newport attempts to dispel some common myths.
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