Focus in on each shot and don’t worry about the outcome. (Jim Sheard and Wally Armstrong, golf writers)

They continue, “When you do this, the rest usually will take care of itself.” Don’t think about your iron play while you’re just teeing off. And don’t worry about putting until your ball is on the green. That’s good advice for all of us. Focus on the immediate. In this hectic world, it’s hard, but it will help if we just focus on what’s at hand now.

I focus on this one thing: . . .   I press on to reach the end of the race and receive the heavenly prize for which God . . .  is calling us (Philippians 3:13-14).