GolfToday Northwest

March 2017

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Kenedee Peters Ephrata, WA +1.2 Handicap Index 1. WHEN DID YOU BEGIN PLAYING GOLF AND HOW DID YOU LEARN? My parents bought me my first set of clubs when I was eight years old. I started truly playing (WJGA) when I was nine. I watched my parents play golf and swing their clubs. My dad spent a lot of time helping me when I was young. When I turned 11, I started working with my swing coach, Joe Thiel. I work with Joe all year long; my game/swing is a constant learning process. 2. TELL ME ABOUT ONE OF YOUR MOST TREASURED LESSONS ON THE GOLF COURSE. My most treasured lesson on the golf course is the ability to let go and move on, which I think is so important because that applies to life as well. Things aren't always going to go the way I want them to go. It's a hindrance to hold on to a bad Junior Golf GOLF GOLF GOLF MARCH2017 40-41

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