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TigerMom

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  1. Cannot watch Wolff swing I like Morikawa
  2. not enough to be a great player, but have to be pretty to get sponsorships in women's golf?
  3. they can also see text msg on a watch now so don't even need to check phone
  4. Based on the posts and the number of threads started - the best thing for this 6 (maybe now 7) year old girl would be for mom to get off the golf forums and let her enjoy her golf for a couple of years without (unbelievably) switching instructors twice already, and on and on with all the comparisons, the "hey I'm just asking", serious competitive planning, etc. SHE IS 6 (or 7)! This poor kid will have a very short golf shelf life and likely at some point to quit and not bother to play again the rest of her life. Having raised two daughters who enjoyed their respective sports (and some o
  5. Another personal attack, S? Perhaps you should ask J whether my questions are smarter than that of a (PSE) FIFTH GRADER'S??? I read all of the comments and posts of what I've asked or written I haven't seen the topics asked or discussed recently How is that an attack? Anyhow best of luck in your golf endeavors cuz you will need it. Im done with you. I want to be there when you to meet IRL. They have already met. He doesn't realize how we know each other Very disappointed he was so rude to me (online)
  6. I also think Tennis (and other racket sports) are very useful in developing mental toughness Playing a specific opponent is a different dimension than just trying to play one's best against a field It is essential to winning even at the lower junior levels of Tennis Doesn't seem as important in golf at the younger ages But seems at the higher levels of golf the mental aspect becomes increasingly important
  7. I disagree with the theory of 'all-in' parents in TX/FL/CA being the driver for more top golfers coming from these states, in comparison to the Tri-State area. Set parenting aside for a moment. Being able to play golf 12 months per year...every year...is likely a bigger contributor. We are kind of saying the same thing. Whether it's playing year-round golf or going all in, where you're from doesn't necessarily dictate how much golf you can get during a year. You can travel and there are indoor practice facilities everywhere. Didn't the recent junior am champion come from MA? I know a
  8. "He forgot his own goggles, his mom is bailing him out, and now he's blaming her for being late." His mom (and dad potentially) are definitely blame-worthy They have robbed their child of the necessity of being independent It's certainly not the kid's fault that the parents are so negligent
  9. Her parents (and maybe coach if he knew) are to blame They should know better At her level they should be getting better advice in preparation for the next level
  10. You seem to know a lot about bullying on the internet. Do you do that on social media as well? Do they teach you how to do it in Karate class? Ironic that YOU are accusing me of bullying Pot...kettle...black
  11. Another personal attack, S? Perhaps you should ask J whether my questions are smarter than that of a (PSE) FIFTH GRADER'S??? I read all of the comments and posts of what I've asked or written I haven't seen the topics asked or discussed recently How is that an attack? Anyhow best of luck in your golf endeavors cuz you will need it. Im done with you. See you soon S
  12. Martial arts for balance, discipline and core strength And to defend yourself against bullies (including online)
  13. You should consider running laps instead - may be more useful for him
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