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Users wear headphones that gently stimulate their motor cortex while lifting weights, swinging a golf club or playing piano.
During the reception there will be opportunities to place bids in a silent auction for items such as golf packages, restaurant gift certificates, movie tickets and Padres tickets, Kurth said.
Auburn women's golf coach @jayjacobsauad is a great leader and a great man...an Auburn man!
There was some discussion before the golf litter included Waggle, Bartkoski said.
Here's something not very golden currently going on in the world of golf: Massachusetts high school student Emily Nash found herself in an unfair predicament this week after finishing in the top spot in her school's division golfing championship.
Both of the Lighthouse’s homes feature saunas, gyms, golf simulators, music rooms, and Need for Speed GT arcade games.
Wimbledon or some golf major would be on the TV, and one club regular would puff on his pipe filled with delicious-smelling Latakia.
The top five seeds in the FedEx Cup only have to win to claim's golf's biggest payoff, and those numbers are dwindling.
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This is a game in which a player using special clubs attempts to sink a small ball into each of the nine or 18 successive holes on an outdoor course, using as few strokes as possible. Golf developed in Scotland as early as the 15th century; the courses were originally fields that herds of sheep had clipped short in their characteristic grazing style. Golf balls, originally made of wood, are now made of hard rubber. Clubs are known by the traditional names of “irons” and “woods”; today irons are more likely made of stainless steel than iron, and the heads of woods are usually made of metal such as steel or titanium instead of wood.
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