2 Habits for Elite Team Performance
In the game of golf 'taking a mulligan' is a chance to repeat a shot. History records, perhaps apocryphally, that the phrase derives its origins from a player named David Mulligan, a Canadian player who was the manager at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York in the 1920's. He arrived late to a game with friends, hit a terrible tee shot but promptly re-took the shot, cheekily explaining he was making a correction. His friends named the practice after him and the name stuck.