A Good Golfer

I often think these days how our memories work. Some things that I am working on and that have been going on in my life have caused me to scour my mind’s database, but that is a story for another time. I have thought about how much of what we say we remember actually happened the way we think it did? That is not to suggest that we are making things up, or embellishing on purpose, as much as how our brain works and what our “mind’s eye” conjures. Also, our individual perception of the past occurrence will almost always conflict with that of another person who was in the situation with you. Why did I begin this blog like this? How does this relate to golf? Well, assuming you have read my blogs before, you know I tend to use golf as a method to get introspective. Usually it stems from what happened to me that day out on the course. This case will deal with the past, hence why I brought up the topic of how memories materialize. Now in the event you didn’t know, or read my About page, I played golf for my high school for three seasons, sophomore through senior years. Thinking back on this, I feel very proud that I was able to accomplish this. Recently, I was sitting in the waiting area...

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