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I had observed and wondered about Louis Oosthuizen’s habit of looking down at his hands before commencing his swing. Turns out he was looking at a red dot which he had inked on his glove, a major key in his amazing win at the British Open in July. The dot, he explained later, was his link to the present moment, his device to keep his mind settled and focused rather than spinning in all directions as he, a relative unknown from South Africa, sat on a shaky lead. I have since dotted my own glove with the now famous red dot.

It’s a great lesson for all of us. (more…)

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