The Old Man with Wooden Clubs Poster
John Wooden Course
With a nod of deference to his mentor in the title of this narrative poem, former UCLA basketball player Swen Nater writes an allegory about an out-dated golfer who uses old wooden clubs to rout three younger players. The poem concludes with sage advice for those who rely more on the resources at their disposal than their own effort.
Full of sincere humor, this poem is perfect for the businessman who realizes he's still improving at the game of golf AND the game of life.
Size: 18" x 24"
“Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there.” John R. Wooden