Golf Magazine today sent out an email with this article in it.
The author is a HS golf coach, scratch-ish, and recently competed in a qualifier for the USGA Mid-Am, which is what the article is about. He took one of his HS players along as his caddie, mainly to show the very talented young man how to think your way around a course during a competition.
I thought the article reiterated a lot of the same things that @Jon 's written about in his book, and on his webpage. Basically, have a plan, execute it, don’t think too far ahead if that gets in the way of concentrating on the next shot, and good/great golf is often boring golf. Middle of fairway, middle of green, hit it where your misses won’t hurt you, etc…
Anyway, I liked it quite a bit, and thought you all might too.