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    Disc Golf Course. Well that is not how it works. You have to find an area that has a course. One of the Disc Golf Courses that are close to me is Andrews University. Andrews University is a College that has a Disc Golf Course and that course is a mostly flat course. The course is used for competitions and is used for the students of Andrews University to play in between classes. Another Disc golf course that is near me is called Madeline Bertrand. Madeline Bertrand is a very challenging course. Madeline

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    My team and I walked out to the filled driving range to warm up before the 18-hole meet at Battleground Golf Course. This course was a said to be a little difficult because of the elevated greens and that it was lengthy. Although the course was a bit difficult, it didn’t help that it was a rainy, cold day. On the driving range, I set up to hit my first shot. I hit my first one down the middle and many more after that. My iron shots were uglier-than-rats, so my coach helped me with that. When I

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    Should you imagine people living on the course you most likely think about a couple of old people taking pleasure in the peace and peace from the club and using the morning hours tour from the fields because they play a couple of holes. It definately is correct that the peaceful atmosphere from the courses attract many to golf equipment, but it 's also false that there 's not other entertainment or attraction at these places. Lots of people do intend to retire and live in this place however that

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    AIDAN BEUKES BIO ORTP HOW DO GOLF COURSES EFFECT OUR ECO SYSTEM? COVER PAGE PAGE 1 TABLE OF CONTENT PAGE 2 INTRODUCTION PAGE 3 LITERATURE REVIEW PAGE 4-5 METHODOLOGY

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    Golf Course Economy

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    economy, and employment income generated by the golf course. 4.9.2 Positive Impacts The Links at Dover Coast will provide a number of employment and income benefits, both direct and indirect. To begin, construction of the golf course will bring money to the local economy through expenditures for materials, supplies, excavation, landscaping, etc. Once construction of the course is complete, ongoing maintenance costs associated with the operation of a golf course will have a positive, long-term economic

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    is more likely to go there. I decided to go to Gentle Creek golf course to find my information. I went from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. I gathered up some data about how the golf course is usually spaced based on gender. The data kind of surprised me, and I hope it surprises you too. As I was practicing, I counted the number of men and women that were at the golf course while I was there. I went to each of the four parts of the golf course, which are the driving range, the chipping range, the putting

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    Baltusrol Golf Club (Lower Course) Baltusrol Golf Club, located in Springfield, NJ, is recognized as one of the finest golf facilities in the U.S. The Old Course was originally founded in 1895. However, legendary golf course architect A.W. Tilinghast revolutionized golf course architecture with Baltusrol's "Dual Course" design. Tillinghast's Dual Courses project was the first design with two courses side by side at the same time. Baltusrol Golf Club opened the Lower and Upper Courses in 1922. The

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    On Thursday, September 3, 2015, I went out to the Meade Golf Course and helped with the Cross Country meet. When I arrived Mr. Mcfall split up the students that came to help. He placed us at different corners of the course that could be confusing to the runners. Mr. McFall placed me at one of the two intersections the course had. I had to remember which way to send the boys, which was to send the girls, and how many times each one would pass by me. When considering what I could have changed during

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    Do you ever have that moment in your life where you put everything aside a focus on one thing? The date was September 14th, the golf tournament at Yorktown Golf Course. I had been waiting for this tournament all year. This was my chance to put all that I have worked on for weeks into full effect. All I could think about was a medal and how much I really wanted it. This was my chance to have something that would really raise my confidence. Since the beginning of the season I had wanted to play in

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    It is no secret that golf has changed my life in many positive aspects over the short time I have been playing. Golf has given me many things to think about in my life. It has changed the way I approach things and how I make good decisions that give me a positive outcome. Many positive events have been able to change my life over the past few years, because I started golf. At the age of fifteen, the end of my freshman year in high school, I started golf. Being in a sport I had to keep up a high

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    Golf Personal Narrative

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    decision on Golf. My freshman year, I played the JV team for the first time, before that I never played on a team. I am not what you would call good at playing golf but because of the great memories I have playing the game, intrigues my heart to ‘golf on.’ Every golf meet I had, my dad was right there next to me in the backround watching every choppy swing. Being on the golf team made me feel like I fit right in Wahlert. In the

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    I love playing golf, golf has been a part of my life since before I can even remember. It all started when my mother became a realtor and my father became my babysitter. After my father would get off from work and come pick me up from preschool, I always knew our clubs were in the trunk of his car and we were headed for the driving range. Of course my young age at the time also came with a lot of impatience, so our practice sessions roughly lasted for an hour. As I got older my love for the sport

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    Most recently, the castle has been transformed into a members-only country Club called the Carnegie Club and is owned by Ellis Short. Members pay an annual amount of $6,600 and the fee per day is $1,700. The property currently has 21 rooms, a golf course, 250 members and 130 employees. The purpose of the membership fees is to contribute to the financing of the upgrades to the asset. The

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    Eight Reasons Why Golf Is A Perfect Sport For Everyone It can’t be denied that sport is one of the greatest companions of a healthy lifestyle. Playing sport will not only keep you in a perfect shape but also help you deal with stress or any kinds of negative emotions. Among hundreds of sport types, golf is a smart choice for anyone. Here is why. Playing Golf Gives You A Sense Of Freedom Even if you are a non golf player, you must still be aware that golf is among a few sport games that include

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    In sixth grade I began to play golf after I received my first set of golf clubs for my birthday. I immediately went to the driving range to try out my new clubs. When I hit my first good golf shot I fell in love with the game. I began to start practicing on a daily basis and I also decided to start participating in tournaments. When the spring of my freshman year came around, I tried out for the golf team. Not knowing what to expect, I tried my hardest during tryouts hoping to get a spot on the Junior

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    He plays golf as a job while I golf for fun, he plays golf to fulfil his father's dreams and make his family proud and I play golf as a socializing opportunity, Tiger Woods plays golf because he is looked up to by many golfers and I look up to him. Tiger Woods is one of the most successful athletes in the world. he has won many tournaments and awards varying from The Masters to Rookie of the Year. And when you win as much as he does, he also gets paid a lot of money. Tiger Woods uses golf as his income

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    I believe that golf should not be a sport because you aren’t fully active. One, the courses take up to much space when they could’ve just left it for wildlife. In order to build the courses they have to put smoke bombs in the prairie dog’s “homes” to chase them out so they can start building. Two, golf is more of a lazy hobby because they use carts to drive them around, plus there is barely any movement besides swinging the club. In other sports such as soccer you move around nonstop and you are

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    to determine if it is feasible to build a back nine onto City Park Nine Golf Club in Fort Collins for the use of CSU students and the public. Currently City Park Nine is only a nine-hole golf club less than two miles, North West of Colorado State University’s Campus. With City Park Nine being in such a great location in Fort Collins, expanding the course would make such a big impact on Fort Collins. Building off of this course will make it more know which will bring in more public and more revenue

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    How Golf Changed My Life

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    Have you ever wondered what makes you the person you are today? For me, golf was the biggest thing that has changed my life. Golf led me to the new education and friends which made who I am today. Golf changed my life majorly and I am thankful for it. Three things that influenced who I am today: Education, Golf and Friends The first thing that started to change my life was golf. I started to play golf when I was in grade five. During that time I didn’t like it at all. I felt like this sport was the

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    California Country Club is located in Whittier, California. The club’s cornerstone is tradition, value and excellence. In the tradition category, the golf course was built in 1956 and it is a traditional William Bell designed golf course that features mature tree lined fairways and offers a challenge for the experienced golfers, also providing enjoyment. In the value category, the California Country Club (CCC), the privilege and exclusive golfing experience can be the members, without the high-priced

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