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    Golf Personal Narrative

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    A crack pierced the air as my grandmother’s golf ball whizzed down the center of the fairway. I could do nothing but stare, awestruck, as she confidently stepped off the tee box. I was perplexed by how a short, older woman was able to create enough force to send a ball almost 200 yards. She signaled to me that it was my turn to hit, and my twelve-year-old self enthusiastically raced to the box. I placed the ball down and focused on my target in the distance. I was eager to impress my…

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    How Golf Changed My Life

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    eighth grade, that all changed thanks to a visit to Conway Farms, the site for the BMW Championship. Let me tell you first off, I am not the same person today as I was in seventh grade. For one thing, I was totally ignorant to the understanding that golf takes a lot of hard work. I figured that the people who worked hard were above me and I was below them. Second I no longer worry about other players, I have begun to just focus on my play. I am writing about this event because it is a huge…

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    The most important memory of Disc Golf for myself is the first time I had experienced a round with my brother Dylan. Growing up as a child I had always admired Dylan and looked up to him as a role model. Any idea or activity that had popped into his would usually be pushed upon me for trial. He always seemed to introduce me to ravishing new music and movies but this time was different. The game was Disc Golf and when it was mentioned, my body language portrayed the excited emotions I was feeling…

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    One of my favorite hobbies is golf. I've been playing for more than four years and I really enjoy it. With the help of my coaches, I’ve improved drastically lot over the years. At The First Tee, a youth golf organization, I was taught the nine core values of golf: honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy, and judgement. These core values are not only important in golf, but also in my daily life. Playing golf, either on a nine-hole or an…

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    Golf became popular in America in the 1890s. The wealthy classes formed private golf clubs where they could play. Then just like today, its appeal depended on time and money. We must change this perception that golf only allows businessmen to get to know each other and do deals between shots and that only those privileged can play. Golf needs to be aimed and marketed to kids more than ever, it builds character as well as relationships. Golf teaches honesty, patience and camaraderie. Golf…

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    Nine, the age I was when my fascination with golf began. I still do not know why I so desperately wanted to golf, but I do know that I was determined to learn. That summer between fourth and fifth grade, I was registered for a day camp by my mother, who was confused by my new interest, though supportive nonetheless. Every day, for three weeks, I would arrive at the golf course early in the morning, eager to play and equipped with my lustrous deep red set of metallic clubs. We were divided into…

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    Golf Car Research Paper

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    driving golf carts, four wheelers, and dirtbikes.I drive golf carts to just ride down dirt roads with my friends.I drive my fourwheeler in mud pits or simple small ponds, I also used to race dirt bikes, with my brother around our land.When i was little my Grandpa would make me get on the fourwheeler and load a trailer with dirt and make me pull it and fill up holes in the driveway or the yard.He makes me pick up hog food which is like one hundred pounds per bag and load and unload on the golf…

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    The day started like any other, but the same could not be said for how it ended. I arrived at the town golf course, Longshore, about 30 minutes before my tee time. There was slight cloud coverage, minimal wind, and a comfortable temperature. Glints of sun through the clouds periodically illuminated blades of grass, almost signaling for the ball to be hit there. The bentgrass took a deep, rich shade of green from the recent douses of rain. The course looked inviting and manicured, taunting…

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    Increase Your Driving Distance With A Golf Practice Net If you are a casual golfer who wants to improve their overall golf skills then you need to invest in a golf practice net. By using a golf practice net you can increase your driving distance and improve your overall game. Here are a few ways practice nets can help you increase driving distance. Better Muscle Strength With A Golf Practice Net If you have ever played golf you know that muscle strength is vitally important. Just hit a few…

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    a little story that can describe the idea they want to sell of their product. The idea of having a story is important because if attracts costumers into thinking that they need that exact product in order to achieve the life portray on the ad. The Golf advertisement that was created is trying to target young adults who are trying to be accepted into adulthood. The phrase “Live the life you dream of” makes reference to the fact that most young adults dream about the perfect life, full of glamour…

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