Greg Norman did not win The British Open, but he played very well. Why?
In my view, his relationship with Chris Everett had something to do with his success.
When I counsel athletes, I always assess their relationships with spouses, parents, coaches, teammates, competitors and friends.
A fulfilling and close love relationship can enhance one’s performance on the course, on the field or on the court.
In addition, Norman appears to be at a very comfortable and peaceful place in his life. This, too, can allow a person to play and perform to their potential.
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