Monday, November 21, 2011

The caddy or the golfer?

In golf, a caddy (or caddie) is the person who carries a player's bag and clubs, and give insightful advice and moral support (source: Wikipedia)

How to be a good caddy? I guess first of all, it helps if you play. A good caddy will certainly make the golf more enjoyable. How to be master or perfect a skill? According to Malcolm Gladwell, he mentioned the "10,000 hour rule", claiming that the key to success in any field is, to large extent, a matter of practicing a specific task for a total of around 10,000 hours. Wow! If you only spend 2 hours a day, you need 14 years to master it!  That is indeed a  huge investment! To summarise it, it simply means, practice, practice, practice! That's how Tiger Woods became a championship golfer.

Gracelle just got her first golf set. A gift from her daddy. She is so in love with it and she even wants to bring her golf club to bed. She really enjoys "swinging" (I mean "sweeping"?) her club. Okay, here's a post of my future championship golfer? Pleasant look with a great smile :)


  1. looks set to be a pro, never too young to start!

  2. Her shirt is more baseball than anything thou ;_)

  3. Oops! Mismatch of equipment and apparel.