CHAPTER 13

Golf, Inclusion, and the Rubik’s Cube

Mark Twain is often attributed with saying, golf is a good walk spoiled.

If you never played golf, you may think golf looks easy and perhaps, even boring. But, you don’t know what you don’t know. If you were actually tried hitting a golf ball, you would quickly realize how difficult it is to hit that little ball long, straight, and in the direction of the target. If you took up golf, you would discover that the more you play, the more you realize how challenging golf really is. There are very few days on the golf course where everything goes smoothly. Some days your swing plane is out of alignment and other days your head is just not in the game. In fact, when both things happen on the same day, ...

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