Apr 29, 2020
Golf opens itself up for debate and contradiction more than any other sport. For every purist longing for the 1920's and hickory shafts, there is a grip-it-and-rip-it modern player running to his Trackman to see his latest speed data. The duality of the sport gives it great beauty and great conflict. Brett Cyrgalis set out to tell the history of that rift in his book "Golf's Holy War." Read how golf got technical and bridge the gap between nostalgia and modernism. Part 1 of our chat introduces the concept and talks instruction, psychology and more!