HUGE thanks…

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HUGE thanks…

Postby SouthernGolf » Mon May 21, 2012 9:43 pm

I was fortunate enough to compete in the 4th annual desoto county open; a southern nationals sanctioned event. It was my first ever tournament and all my friends talke me out of playing novice and playing ams instead. After the first day I was In first place with 3 strokes on 2nd place. Unfortunately I couldn't calm my nerves( loads of plastic, an innova basket, and huge bragging rights were on the line)and I choked the last of 3 rounds at the 3rd course. My home course fml. I came in second nonetheless and had a vast majority of the pros shaking my hand and congratulating me. It felt awesome.

I wanted to give a huge thanks to everyone who put up with my redundant questions in the search for a way to understand. To those who helped me through messaging and generally bouncing ideas off.

I would have never accomplished this without the relentless help from everyone on this site.

Thanks again

Richard
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Re: HUGE thanks…

Postby Frank Delicious » Tue May 22, 2012 12:03 pm

Nice job man. 2nd in your division in your first tourney is awesome. Your home course can be the toughest to play on b/c you put a lot of pressure on yourself because you feel like you should do very well there.
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Re: HUGE thanks…

Postby JR » Tue May 22, 2012 2:18 pm

Congratulations!
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