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Paul Spencer Sochaczewski

Putting the Bounce in the Ball

Posted on 30. Aug, 2010 by in Golf

Putting the Bounce in the Ball

Playing golf near the rainforest which revolutionized the game MANAUS, Brazil Normally when I play golf, I clutter my head with an excess of swing thoughts – turn, extend the arm, swing to two o’clock, and so on. But standing on the first tee of the Manaus Golf Club outside the Brazilian city of Manaus, […]

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The Keys to Golfing Success? Try a Red Shirt and the Right Locker, and Listen to Your Mother

Posted on 25. Jun, 2010 by in Articles, Golf

The Keys to Golfing Success? Try a Red Shirt and the Right Locker, and Listen to Your Mother

THE KEYS TO GOLFING SUCCESS? TRY A RED SHIRT AND THE RIGHT LOCKER And it never hurts to listen to your mother LANAI, Hawaii I was pedaling up a hill on a rented mountain bike, sweat evaporating under the fiery sun, glorying in the lunar-like scenery and cursing myself for not bringing enough water.  I […]

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This Guy is a Natural

Posted on 25. Jun, 2010 by in Articles, Golf

This Guy is a Natural

The world’s greatest golfer? Hint: He rolled a perfect game the first time he tried bowling ECHENEVEX, France In the cosmos of golfing role models, the hero-of-heros might seem a touch unlikely.  But this man had one brief shining golfing experience that was Camelot-like in its brilliance. That golfer was Kim Il Sung, president of […]

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