Golf is a game that you have to continually work at to be good.
William Whitlow was able to play alongside some dedicated golfers at the University of Indianapolis, and it encouraged him to stay on the course and work to improve.
“One of the biggest things Seth Fair said is ‘You’re going to fail more than you’re ever going to succeed in golf, so you have to accept that,’” Whitlow said of advice from his all-American teammate who turned pro.
“That’s something I never accepted. I thought I had to be perfect at all times,” he said. “But then they kind of taught me that you’ve got to manage your misses, you’re not going to hit every shot perfect. That was when I started growing a lot in the game and got better.”
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