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Unformatted text preview: swing, put and choose from the different clubs. The game is played by recording the number of strokes it takes to place the ball in the hole or cup from the tee. He was meticulous with how to position my body, “knees bent, spread, this is not like a baseball swing”. Hole after hole he taught me about how the course should be played, playing to the fairway is the key to maximize swing distance. By the time we reached the halfway mark of the round at hole 10 I had it down, I was so focused on every aspect of the game. I had my own form and I was taking every stroke in stride improving with every shot. That was when my father told me that cliché “Practice makes perfect”. I still take that to truth today. As soon as I turned fourteen I got my work permit and started on the course and have cherished the game since, often going out with family, friends, or sometimes by myself because I know that I can always do something that I love, thanks to dad....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Gerghaty during the Spring '08 term at Longwood.
- Spring '08