San Diego, CA, July 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Excerpts from "Know the Enemy":
“I think I’ve got it now” is what I hear my students say on occasion. When I hear this I think, ‘Oh no’, as I realize there is much golf pain in their near future."
"..one should view playing golf as a “War”: ‘You’ vs. ‘Golf’. You should strive to garner knowledge of your enemy, and to understand their tactics and strategy."
"Golf’s strategy is summed up in one of Sun Tzu’s statements about war, 'Engage people with what they expect; it is what they are able to discern and confirms their projections..'"
"In this trickery, Golf gives their opponent a small taste of the delicious cake, a glimpse into how good it could be, with no intention of ever giving up the whole cake, or rarely even ever a piece of it."
"Don’t do as the South did to lose the Battle of Gettysburg and turn the tide to the North’s favor in the Civil War... Don’t underestimate the enemy."
To read the full article go to: http://christyerb.com/2012/06/15/know-the-enemy/