MatucH wrote on Mar 14 2007, 07:13 PM:
So in High School golf you are there to "work"...High school and college level golf is about sportsmanship and representing yourself and your school in a positive light.
To me you sound like a really cocky golfer, which is something you have to be in golf (self confident), but I mean it's high school golf it's not the end of the world if you have to look for a ball every 2nd hole your not on the PGA Tour how can you expect every player to not lose balls.
You have to adapt to your playing partner, your not going to be in an ideal group everytime you golf, adapt and you will become a better golfer.
Well I'm glad to see you have your priorities straight...
School isn't important at all, it's all about winning at the high school level.
I think you should relax and try to enjoy the game of golf, why put so much pressure on yourself?
Seriously it's high school golf...if your team and coach is that intense I feel sorry for you guys.
I also think if you want to play school on a scholarship, or even just play NCAA golf, you should start to learn to balance school and golf because at that level your not there to "get out of class". Especially if your on a scholarship of anykind, and even more so if your not preforming well on the course.
Don't get so caught up in your playing partner who cares if your playing with a guy who can barely swing, or a guy who thinks he's scratch, or a scratch golfer??
There is a word every golfer should know and stick to in every situation no matter what and that's ETIQUETTE. It's just part of the game to help a player look for a lost ball, what a drive, etc.
webmstrk9 wrote on Nov 28 2007, 01:49 AM:
For me, I just shrug, it releases tension and clear my head. Any bad day on the course is any good day at work.
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