Golf Observation Essay

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Today’s observation took place on the most beautiful golf resort of Naples, Tiburon Golf Club at the Ritz Carlton Golf Resort where my subject currently works. The golf resort is made up of two lengthy courses one called the black course which is the hardest and the other the gold course which is the easier of the two. Today my subject Jason is playing the black course which has a rating of 69.7 and a slope of 133 this only explains the difficulty within the course. Each course has eighteen holes with different amounts of pars which gives the course variety and difficulty. In this observation the student will give detail in the activity of golf that my subject is participating in. According to the American Occupational Therapy Association my subject will be involved in play participation by using equipment appropriately (AOTA, 2014). Observing my subject in the occupation of play will only last twenty minutes. Later in the students paper the student will describe which affected domain theorist, cognitive theorist and psychomotor theorist that will directly …show more content…
The student’s boyfriend Jason seemed as if he was feeling hot as sweat dripped down the side of his face trickling into his beard. His beard covered most of his face yet leaving his cheeks bare and starting to pink from the sun. Jason was in full golf attire with a black collared shirt, nicely tucked into his khaki shorts which were held up with his smooth leather belt. Resting on his face was a pair of expensive costa glasses that help him view the course better than without sunglasses. As Jason stepped onto the black course he looked above to the sky with the rumble of thunder far in the background, which luckily did not affect his golf on this day. Looking forward he took in the warm summer air and examined his playing field in which started his

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