Saturday, January 23, 2010

Play MORE Golf


Every year we make resolutions to eat less, work out more, and loose wait. However, most of us will never stick to our guns and actually adhere to our resolution. Perhaps this year we should make a resolution that is not only attainable but is also enjoyable...

This year SC Golf encourages you to get out of the office and on to the golf course, more often! We all make time for the things that we want to do. Right? Well, unfortunately that is not always the case.

More often than not, we must put work, school, or other distractions ahead of our own needs and wants especially if you are married or have children...

The Goal is to play golf or go to the driving range at least once a week. If you are able to hit one bucket of balls a week, you will have practice 52 times more in 2010 than you did in 2009. Just imagine how much better your golf swing will be!

Be sure to visit SC Golf for your FREE golf lessons, product and technological updates, discounts on products and clothing, and much much more!

SC Golf encourages you to get out of the office and on to the green!


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  2. You got that right! Krippel makes sure that all business students know everything there is to know about debits and credits... ha ha.

  3. Winning is not everything. Much more important than getting the championship trophy is to learn to understand and enjoy every bit of the game. This allows us to experience the true pleasures of golf. When we are too concerned about one thing - to win - we tend to neglect other more important aspects of the game. The camaraderie among golf buddies, good smell from the freshly cut shot green or heavy your heart that you expect from your falling ball go down the aisle - all of which are golf to relax and fun game it is.

  4. Finger is designed for a lot of opportunities for the Marina Vallarta Golf Club, a resourceful player, but these opportunities are not easy to play. Joe Finger only game of golf requires precision demonstrated by the 600-yard-10a paragraph 5, the long stretch of birdie hole. Green is only about eight deep passes, but not until it is possible to take two shots. This makes it necessary to change the wedge should be a birdie on the current destination.


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