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Conclusion

“Why is the great player overcome with emotion when he wins the major championship? For years they have been building and trying to trust their instincts. Sometimes they suffer through self-doubt. They weep because all of the years pour out, the hard work. They have gotten many more bad breaks than good. They have gotten used to “fair” having nothing to do with anything. They have a self-worth that is a much greater payoff than money or fame.

The accomplished player knows that they have stuck with it during this solitary pursuit of excellence. They have revealed things to themselves that no one could have predicted. They are up to the task. They now know that they were right all along, that they are strong, honest, have integrity, and are, in fact The Driven Golfer.”

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