Musing from the owner of Grow and Make: Will Johnston
I recently took up golf again, after a 20 year hiatus. Having kids and being married, there just wasn’t the time. Now that I’m playing again, I have a fresh and renewed perspective of one of the most mentally challenging of sports. It’s truly a zen like discipline to play golf well. You have to find an inner calm and stay vigilant to be successful. I find that it’s a great place to practice mindfulness as you walk the 8 miles of a typical golf course.
While some people associate the sport with stuffy golf clubs and old white guys smoking cigars, for me it is an invitation to fresh air and a long walk with a friend. It seldom costs more than $20 to play and I cherish the beauty and serenity of being in the beautiful settings.
What I’m reading: Love this article about Steph Curry and his popcorn fetish