Creativity is a word we don’t easily associate with the profession of golf. But it’s a skill we need to appreciate if we want to grow the game.
Ted Logan has a strong grip. The first time I played with him, I was surprised by his grip. He’d been around PGA Professionals almost all his working life. He hooked his first tee shot out of bounds. He did that a few more occasions.  

Has nobody ever offered Ted a diagnosis, a potential solution, and a pathway to better golf?

They almost certainly have. A professional performing creative work will have seen the challenge and offered their help.

They will have put themselves out there. Offered their expertise. Made an offer with all the vulnerability that requires.

Because, when you do make an offer or proposition, you are vulnerable.

Every time you make an offer, someone can reject you.

At best they might make polite noises and never come back to you. At worst they’ll tell you they don’t want to risk what they have (implied is “on your expertise”).

Being a creative professional needs you to do the work that counts despite the fear of rejection.  

And somebody, please give Ted Logan a proposition. He can only say "no, I enjoy visiting the countryside".

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