My Golf 'Bucket List'

CameronBurechails2016 270I never really thought about creating a 'bucket list' until I reached the age of 50. We often spend much of our time looking back and reflecting and not very much time looking ahead in our lives.

In 2008, when I no longer could say that I was 49, I crossed off the first item on my personal bucket list. I decided to face my fear of heights by jumping out of an airplane. Yes, I did have a parachute and no, I did not jump in tandem with another person. The experience was amazing and I no longer have a fear of heights.

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Safe Driving on the Golf Course

CameronBurechails2016 270The key to scoring well lies in your ability to find the fairway from the tee. When fairways are missed players often find themselves with difficult second shots from either the rough, trees, or hazards such as bunkers or water that lines the fairway.

When you are playing a par four or even a par five hole direction is more important than distance. Keeping the ball in play from the tee will help you not only save strokes but will also help you shave strokes off your game with more birdies.

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Time- Friend or Foe For Golfers?

CameronBurechails2016 270All good things in life take time. Golf is a sport that not only takes time to play but also time to master. The game of golf will teach you both patience and how to manage your time when you play.

From the moment we step on the tee, we are focusing on time. Have we made it to the course on time for our tee off? Are we playing fast enough to stay ahead of the group behind us and will we be finished our round in time to be home for dinner? To be able to play the game and enjoy it, you must learn how to manage time.

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