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Why Short Par 4 Is A No Brainer For Golfers Who Want To Invest In Themselves (VIDEO)

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Golf is played on a five-and-a-half inch course: the space between your ears.

This quote, accompanied with stock photo of golf ball on the lip of the hole, was framed above my dad’s home office my entire childhood.

Candidly, I never got it.

That changed the very first time I played my first nine holes, when after losing half my balls and all my self-worth, I suffered a harsh education on just how cruel the game can be to the mentally fragile.

From the judging glare of onlookers on tee one to the mid-fairway fescue to wind gusts determined to push your ball onto the interstate, distractions are plentiful.

Short Par 4, the popular golf subscription service, is committed to outfit its golfers in stylish and comfortable apparel and accessories to allow them to focus less on what to wear, and more on how to tell your buddy that you’re done using your seven iron as a machete to find his errant tee shot.

And it’s easy.

  1. Select a membership that suits your needs: from casual and modern (if you’re hacking around at public courses) to sharp and sophisticated (if you’re country clubbin’).
  2. Take a personalized quiz: Short Par 4’s Style Caddies, armed with years of experience, will find items that are tailored to your style and lifestyle.
  3. Door-to-Door service: Receive the best of big names in golf like Callaway, Under Armour, Puma, and more delivered directly to your door.

[Related: What Is Short Par 4? — Golf More, Shop Less With Your Personal Style Caddie]

The harsh reality of golf, above all other sports, is that your return is perfectly correlated to your investment. Play two rounds a year? Catch you in the sand trap. Rock the same tired threads season after season? I’ll just put you down for a 108.


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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.