7 Lessons From A Golf Marathon

The other day, feeling immortal, I played 69 holes in one day, almost four times around a very sturdy golf course in Connecticut—for charity. I played as a twosome, that is, I played two balls on every hole. One was white, one was yellow. I played ready golf. If, for example, the white ball made 4 on the hole before and the yellow ball made 5, but I pulled the yellow ball out of my pocket first, I went ahead and hit it. That worked. Here’s what else I learned.

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