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Golf's 7 Deadly Sins

Success in golf can be fleeting. Some days you have it, some days you don't.

Often, our best rounds are defined by our ability to eliminate or minimize mistakes. Whether it's missing the fairway or flubbing a chip, ghese mistakes come in all shapes and sizes.

So how do we idnetify and avoid these mistakes?

Well, The A Position has taken a unique approach and grouped these mistakes into the well known "7 Deadly Sins":

  1. Pride - an excess belief in your own abilities, such as "I can carry that water hazard.."
  2. Envy - a desire for others traits or abilities, as in "I can hit just as far as you.."
  3. Gluttony - consuming more than one desires, like saying "I think I'll have two hot dogs at the turn..."
  4. Lust - a constant craving of pleasure, like "I don't need to take a break..."
  5. Anger - envoking fury or wrath, such as "I swear if I don't make this 3-footer..."
  6. Greed - an excess desire for material wealth, similar to "I can reach Par-5 green in two..."
  7. Sloth - an avoidance of work, like "I don't need to practice to improve..."

Check out the full article for this unique approach to identifying and avoiding these costly mistakes.