Karl Morris, the renowned European mind coach who has worked with the likes of Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke and Charl Schwartzel, among others, says that part of the reason that players from outside of North America have been so successful recently is because they recall vividly the things that drew them to the game initially.
In other words, they’re still having fun, while allowing all of the money and prestige that goes with their success to take care of itself, according to Morris, who gives much of the credit to agent Chubby Chandler.
I spoke to Morris, who will be in the Toronto area for a series of seminars the final week of October, for my Sun Media column, which you can read by clicking here.
Keep the fun aspect in mind because Morris offers some thoughts on how it can relate to teaching the game in a blog that we’ll follow up with later this week.
For more information on the Morris seminars, click here or contact Jeff Boismier at email@example.com.