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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Hell, Jenn, relish the pressure. Teaching pro Wayne DeFrancesco encourages testing oneself under fire. It's like playing in front of an attractive counterpart, a mentor, or some other one that you wish to impress. I often back down on the club, then hit a good shot that comes up short (unless there's trouble there. Then I aim long.) The idea being that you hit a good shot under pressure, knowing that you played it to the front of the green. Take the Earl Woods approach, and play through every group on the course, paying them if necessary, until you put the nervousness behind you. I'll front you some dough.
08/28/05 @ 11:28
Comment from: Paul Fisher [Visitor]
this is good comment.

goodness knows how many times it has happened to me.

The secret is to tell dirty jokes or really embarrass the guys who you are playing through.

Just remember, they must have done something wrong to let you through in the first place.

08/29/05 @ 07:38
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Woo Hoo - Jennifer......trust me, it's fairly common to be nervous when playing through. It's a feeling similar to teeing it up on the first hole with people you don't know. The only way to deal with it is - DO IT. Honestly, it does become easier with time. Good luck!
08/30/05 @ 14:36
Comment from: kuran dinle [Visitor]
i am looking for this for a long time cool
12/31/10 @ 10:29

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