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Comment from: Lei [Visitor] Email
Random thoughts on this topic: Golf lessons are all about communication. Find an instructor who explains the swing in a way that sounds right to your brain and you're on your way to better golf. The instructor also has to listen --really listen. If the instructor doesn't understand that you don't understand, forget it! If you find a golf school that works for you, you can really get a lot out of concentrated instruction.
2009-03-19 @ 20:41
Comment from: PRO TOUR CARD [Visitor] Email
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2009-03-29 @ 14:15

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