Charles Warren: Process driven with INTENTION

Apr 17, 07:00 AM

Charles Warren has understood the meaning of process driven playing eight years on the PGA Tour after winning the 1997 NCAA Individual Championship at Clemson University but through sports, he's also been able to rely on the foundation of being intentional and aware which he still uses today in all aspects of his life outside of golf.

Show Notes:

  • Coronavirus has changed the sports world drastically and remembers how this feels very similar to 9/11
  • Charles was exposed to sports as being part of a neighborhood and playing outdoors
  • He wasn't highly recruited out of high school but knew he would play golf at Clemson once he received the offer even though his dad had been a cheerleader at the University of South Carolina
  • It was overwhelming at first as a freshman and redshirting was the best thing for him to be able to prove himself
  • Winning the 1997 NCAA Individual Championship was the defining moment for him that led to him having the confidence that he needed
  • As a PGA Tour pro, you're an independent contractor and it's like running your own business
  • There was a definite 'Tiger' effect on tour that you could feel whenever Tiger Woods played
  • Stepped away from the game in 2012 because he wasn't enjoying the process anymore
  • He believes that both Dabo Swinney and Larry Pendley have been successful because the foundation is built around culture
  • Words of Wisdom from Charles Warren: "Be intentional and be aware."

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