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Troy Mullins: A Story of Distance, Change and Success
Troy Mullins is an athlete. Scratch that – she’s a heptathlete. While an undergraduate at Cornell, Mullins performed in the 200-meter, 800-meter, 100-meter hurdle, high jump, long jump, shot put and the javelin throw. She took to athletics at an early age, participating in volleyball, tennis and swimming. “I kind of just played everything,” she recalls. Except, of course, for golf. READ MORE
How do You Balance Good Etiquette with Proper Pace of Play?
Most people don’t want to hold up play—especially not when they’re playing in an event or tournament—but at the same time, they don’t want to feel rushed on the course. So what’s the solution? When you look at both the etiquette rules of golf and the basics of sound pace of play, they’re actually two pretty simple things to combine, because they both boil down to the premise of “being ready.” READ MORE