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It was to enable them to avoid just such golfers as Gossett that the Cape Pleasanters had founded their club.
He had no delusions about the respective merits of Gossett and himself as golfers.
Muscat: Top Omani amateur golfer Azzan Al Rumhy will compete in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Auckland, from October 26 to 29.
Summary: Bahrain's Nasser Yaqoob won OHI Oman Amateur Open while Azaan Al Rumhy was crowned as leading Omani golfer
The strife and pursuit of every golfer is to improve and take their game to the next level but a lot of golfers failed to realize that the most important improvement they need to make is on the body.
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Among the 48 golfers participating, Villela was the lone area golfer to compete at Red Hill Country Club in Rancho Cucamonga, where she carded a 3-over 76 to finish fourth.
Beth Barton, an avid golfer and senior managing director with Economic Project Solutions (EPS), a woman-owned firm, said, "Many more companies become involved in golf as the overall business climate improves.
It's a walk through nature with good championship, but fair, golf whether you're a beginner or a scratch golfer.
Their Was A Great Golfer From Wisconsin: There was a great golfer from Milwaukee.
In Caddy for Life, Feinstein gives us nothing more ambitious or less compelling than the story of a golfer and his caddy, and of how, after more than two decades of a successful, easy going boss-employee relationship, they suddenly found themselves facing catastrophe.
Here is the position of the golf club when a golfer down-swings.
In fact, these men, along with others too numerous to mention in this article, would have remained forgotten if not for the efforts of sports journalist Pete McDaniel, author of Uneven Lies: The Heroic Story of African-Americans in Golf (The American Golfer Inc.
Whatever the skill level, try to separate a golfer from his precision "hardware"--which usually is thought of as an extension of the golfer's body itself--and you'll have a fight on your hands.