Agreed but a bad approach, a bad landing, and a failure to go around are all a result of bad piloting. A go around decision is good piloting in that one realizes it’s time to stop the bad stuff before it gets worse. Until we achieve perfection it’s best we have a go around option. Is that any different than a glider pilot having an alternate landing area should he misjudge something? Even though you probably strive to fly with the utmost precision throughout your flight, you probably don’t put yourself in a position where one minor miscalculation would seal your fate to an unsuitable crash site.