Bill Pennington with The New York Times recently published a column in The New York Times Golf Blog, On Par, entitled Not Just a Sport, but a Window to the Soul. The article asserts that you can and will learn more about a person’s character during a 4 or 5 hour round of golf then you might learn after spending years with this individual in the office.
Can you keep your cool on the golf course? Can everyone do so?
Ernie Els said, “Golf makes people kind of crazy. They start out politely and they want to remain polite, but the game gets the best of them.”
Are you wondering what you might be broadcasting to the world around you the next time you step out on the links? Check out Bill Pennington’s full article HERE and then let us know if the golf course brings out the best… or worse… in you.