How to calm the hothead in your group

Angry Golfer

Everybody knows a temperamental golfer. 

From the club-thrower to the huffy silent type, there's always one player in any golf group who has a propensity to bring down the mood on an outing.

However, there's no need to let them spoil your day out. Instead, why not try calming them down using some tried and tested techniques, for everybody's benefit - not least their own.

Hit the Next button below to check out some methods you might want to try next time they threaten to explode.

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