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  • Golf Course Autobiography

    There is something special about a golf course in the morning. Over the last 5 years, I have spent a lot of mornings on a golf course. Before I got my driver’s license I would have my grandparents take me to the golf course in the morning and get picked up later in the day. Once I got my license, I would drive to the course early in the morning and be one of the first people out on the course so I would have the entire course to myself to practice on. As a sophomore in high school, I got a job at a golf course. I started out working on the maintenance crew watering the course at 5:30 every morning. After a few months, I moved my way over to the clubhouse washing carts and picking range balls. Finally, this last summer, I worked my way up to…

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  • Persuasive Essay About Golf Courses

    of nature, the challenges of a sport, and the opportunity to socialize and make new friends, Golf is unsurpassed. Golf truly has something for everyone, young and old, whatever your ability level. The truly international nature of the sport means it is appreciated the world over with courses stretching from the jungles of Malaysia to the ice-caked flats of Greenland. Courses have popped up in such diverse places as war-zones to mountain peaks – The highest currently functioning golf course in…

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  • Most Difficult Golf Course Essay

    Three of the most challenging things on more difficult golf courses are water hazards, sand traps and narrow fairways. Each of these situations can present a unique test for any golfer’s skills, especially someone just learning to play the game. Golf jargon refers to each of these using some humorous terms, like in the drink, on the beach, or buried in the rough. But, if you test your golfing merits as a beginner-golfer on a course with too many of these challenges, you may found your afternoon…

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  • Case Study: Mark Twain Golf Course In Elmira

    ELMIRA (WENY) - With the unseasonably warm weather the Twin Tiers is seeing, lots of people are taking advantage of it by getting on the golf course for one last game. Most local golf courses have closed for the season, but one is still open heading into the back nine. Monday afternoon, dozen of golfers were at the Mark Twain Golf Course in Elmira, taking in the last chance to tee off before the season ends. Which is a hole in one for business. "This warm weather has really made up for April…

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  • Yield Management In Golf Industry

    Yield Management in the Golf Industry Revenue management has been addressed in many areas such as airlines and hotels to address problems in their timing and planning of pricing and overall yield management. So why hasn’t this similar practice come to the golf industry? The golf industry has a lot of similarities to the hotel and airline operations and should start to apply some of their yield management techniques to their everyday operations. First we will want to look at what exactly…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Favorite Golf Course

    special places have a power over us to change our minds and attitudes in seconds. When thinking of these places our worries seem to come to a sudden pause. We feel an extreme amount of comfort and reassurance. The golf course, my car, and being home are all places that mean the most to me. My favorite golf course is Pine Forest Country Club. This golf course has 18 holes in between my neighborhood pine forest. The front 9 has two par fives that are 500 yards each, and two par three’s that are…

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  • Timber: A Short Story

    gorgeous face and smile to go with her beautiful everything. I liked how she dressed. We played volleyball for a little while and we kept looking at each other smiling and teasing each other. I jokingly pretended to put an evil hex on her in order to win. And we laughed. We weren't really playing but flirting with each other. By that point, within minutes of seeing Mary Jane, I felt as though we were the only two people at the picnic. She was like a dream, the best dream I ever had. The…

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  • Cameron Kittle's I Am Tiger Woods

    Cameron Kittle, an Executive Editor from the University of New Hampshire describes his love for golf and for Tiger Woods in his article “ I am Tiger Woods”. The author recalls as a five year old boy receiving his very first gold club; a rusty old sawed off five-iron. He went out to his backyard in Canton, Michigan to hit his very first golf balls. He says “The second those Top Flite dimples whisked into the high grass behind our house, I was hooked for life” Cameron would practice putting into a…

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  • Interpesonal Violence Class Reflection

    Whoever came up with that idea, I think he/she wasted time. You could always jump over that board or similar. Even when I was reading more about it, it said that they used to be put in a sack or bag, tied close to their neck. So, that way they were still able to cuddle somehow, but that was it. Again, to me this is nonsense, but it is part of history, it is good to know all this and how we improved over the time. I am in Social Service Worker- Gerontology program and I think that Human…

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  • Career Pathway

    According to the Nevada Department of Education, the first one is called “Standard High School Diploma.” In this pathway, the state requires four English credits, three credits of Math, four History credits, the mandatory credits for History are: U.S. Government, U.S History, Humanities, and World Geography or World History, and two credits of Science, but the student must have twenty-two credits to graduate. The other graduation pathway is called “Honors Diploma Program.”…

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