In 1923 the president of the largest steel company was Charles Schwab.
The president of the largest gas company was Edward Hopson.
The president of the New Yorl Stock Exchange was Richard Whitney.
The greatest wheat speculator was Arthur Cooger.
The Bear of Wall Street was Cosabee Livermore.
That year the nation considered these men some of the wealthiest men in the country.
Also, in 1923 Gene Sarazan won both the U.S. Open and PGA Championships.
Charles Schwab died a pauper. Hopson went insane. Whitney served his time in prison and left from prison to die at home. Cooger, the greatest wheat speculator died abroad, penniless. And Livermore committed suicide.
In the mean time, Sarazan played golf until he was 92. He died in 1999 at the age of 95. He was completely financially independent, and wealthy, at the time of his death.
CONCLUSION: Stop worrying about raising money and start trying to lower your golf score. If you don’t play golf now, start. You’ll live longer, get more exercise and spend more time outdoors.