Every golfer, don’t care who they are, from multiple major winning tour pros to the weekend four baller, has visited the MumbleShed. It’s a more popular destination than you might think. A visit normally goes along hand in hand with those repeating first tee jitters, the yipped two footer to close out a Nassau, a topped 8 iron into the water on a par 3, a cold shanked sandwedge after nearly driving a short par 4, losing a 5 stroke lead on a final round Sunday, spraying it out of bounds on 18 when you have your lifetime low score in the balance, not being able to pull the trigger, chilly dipping a chip on the final hole to lose your member-guest, and on, and on. For every one of the millions of golfers out there, there are 5 times the number of MumbleShed moments.
Unfortunately, up until now, players usually go to “The Shed” all by their lonesome. And take it from me, it is a flat out scary place when you are in there by yourself. Quiet, lot’s of thought, no real answers coming back your way. You can even forget where the door is to get out. And just when you are ready to leave, another absolutely bizarre swing or shot result brings you right back in.
But when you take a look around and see how many others are in there with you, you realize you are not alone. You realize the MumbleShed is a “happening” place, where there is power in numbers, and that it’s your love for the game of golf and your interest in improving that brings you here. It becomes a therapeutic clubhouse, where you can share and learn from the countless others who very likely have experienced the same golfing fears, doubts, indecisions, anxieties, negatives, and desperations. Golf is a hard game, physically and mentally.
So c’mon in, and share a story or two. It’s a fun forum where you can get the gorilla off your back, and have a laugh or two at yourself. You would be surprised how accomplishing just those two things will get you on the path to better golf!