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Another Good Walk Spoiled Part 4

Not much happened after I choked in those two tournaments. Things pretty much stayed dormant until I moved to Phoenix in the spring of 2009. One day at home, I bent over to grab a coin on the floor and … Continue reading

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Another Good Walk Spoiled Part Three

Going into my next tournament, there was a sense of urgency to show that I could hold it together for 18 holes and compete against other professionals. This next event was played on the opposite course from where I played … Continue reading

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Another Good Walk Spoiled Part Two

A while ago I had shared an essay I wrote in college about the knee injury I had in my first professional tournament back in 2007, ¬†and the subsequent weight loss and comeback. The essay was only supposed to be … Continue reading

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Failure is the Only Way You Learn

Update 5/2/14 When I revamped this blog, I had transferred my old posts over; unfortunately, they haven’t received any of the old traffic. So, I decided to update some of the better ones and repost them to help gain some … Continue reading

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Update to “Failure…” Post

After posting the original blog concerning failure and how dangerous it can be for us, I recalled another instance where this habit can be more toxic. Another relative of mine,¬†thirteen years my junior, attended the same middle school as I … Continue reading

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