Golf Limerick: As I Stare Down the Pin on this Island Green

Every golfer, no matter what their handicap, struggles with committing to the shot.  It is almost impossible to hit a good shot if you are second-guessing your club selection during your backswing.  It takes a lot of discipline to compartmentalize the club selection from the execution, but that's what the great ones do.  Which is why their balls tend to stay dryer..



As I stare down the pin on this Island Green,
I think "six or seven, or in between"?
Such thoughts soon prove costly,
The ball flies and splashes noisily.
Commitment usurped by Indeci-sheen.


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