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  1. Doesn't matter. Just make sure they love the game and buy 'em a lemonade after.
  2. Who's talking about kids that shoot in the mid 80's? I'm talking about a kid that shoots in the 60's with a bad attitude. The attitude will be overlooked. Lot of people forgetting that a coach's job rides on the shoulders of 18-22 year olds. They just need kids that put up low rounds and have enough sense to get passing grades.
  3. If your job is to win then you’re a fool to pick a player shooting in the 70’s versus one that shoots in the 60’s.
  4. All coaches say attitude and behavior are important because that’s what they have to say. Shoot a bunch of tournament rounds in the 60’s and those things are overlooked.
  5. Makes sense. On another note, anyone familiar with a course that has no trees or OB left?
  6. Rules for a successful college experience: Sleep more than you study, study more than you party and party as much as you can!
  7. The biggest reason many private schools have trouble recruiting for equivalency sports is tuition. Why do you think there are very few golf powerhouse legacies at private schools? In state tuition at UCLA is about $14,000... go 5 miles down the road to USC and you're paying $58,000. I don't care if you get a 50% scholarship at USC, you're still paying twice the full tuition at UCLA without a scholarship.
  8. Why are you so worried about this? Perform and there won't be an issue.
  9. I know the prolific amount of wins your son has had and the competition he has faced. I'm sure he will have his growth spurt (all kids even out at some point) and be back in the winners circle. It will be up to him to keep grinding through it. Don't get caught up in trying to make him something he's not though... keep focusing on what he's really good at and make those skills razor sharp. Did I hear right that he's with AP now?
  10. This is pretty interesting topic. My son isn't 14 yet but has definitely matured faster than most. He competes against older kids and even though he has had a tough couple of years he isn't crestfallen due to lack of wins, etc. He sees the progress and is invested in the plan.
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