What Golf Club Best Defines You?
Asked at Bayonet/Black Horse Golf Course in Seaside.
Thursday, February 7, 2008
BOB CAIN | Self-Employed | Salinas
A: My seven iron. It’s an easy-going club, like me, but only when I hit it well. When I hit it well, it makes me feel like I’m a decent golfer.
Nice Approach: It teaches respect. Things you practice in golf – like kindness and friendliness – you also practice in life.
ROD MULFORD | Golf Instructor | Marina
A: My putter. I putt agressively and that’s how I am, too. But my putting is up and down, and life is like that.
Slow Play: Patience. It’s a difficult game and in life people want things very quickly. Golf isn’t quick. It plays slow and teaches me to wait.
MIKE BAILEY | Rancher | Paicines
A: Driver: It never hits straight. It’s a club to help me keep going forward in the game.
Game Theory: Integrity, because if you cheat in golf, like in life, you’re only cheating yourself.