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Sinnary Sam is a marketing professional specializing in Prospect Marketing Events. She works from home part time and manages her four daughters' busy school and sports schedules.
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Finding Affiliates to sell your Golf Products

I am often asked by golf product manufacturers and service providers to help promote them for a commission.  While I appreciate their need to expand their customer reach, I unfortunately can’t simply product promote on every blog.  Now, I don’t think I would mind receiving free product and writing a review about it, but to [...]

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Drive, Chip & Putt Stats

Drive, Chip & Putt 2017 Stats Qualifying included 27,757 girls and boys registered at 255 local sites across the United States in 2016. The competitors must first finish top 3 in their respective girls and boys age divisions at the local competition level.  Those 6,120 competitors then must finish top 2 at the respective 50 [...]

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When the Golf Game Clicks

My husband Paul is always saying, “The putting will come.”  That’s one of the biggest set backs to executing amazing scores when the girls’ have been so successful striking the ball.  Play a tournament and 3-putt four times, that became a norm.  Yes, they should work on putting.  Yes, they should practice putting more than [...]

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Inside the Ropes at Northern Trust Open

Well it has been a pretty fun month for the girls.  This past Tuesday, both girls got the chance to follow PGA Tour Player Tony Finau on his practice round for the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades.  They absolutely loved the experience.  The girls kept quiet, kept their distance and [...]

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2015 Farmers Insurance Open

Nalani called it!  We asked her who she wanted to follow on Sunday and she said Jason Day! Love taking the kids to see the professionals in action.  I must admit though, Sundays are awfully crowded but the excitement is contagious.  Someone birdies a hole to take the lead and guess where the crowd goes? [...]

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Homeschooling through a Public Charter School

There is a common misconception about homeschooling that the parent does all of the teaching.  In my initial research, receiving advice from experienced parents, I learned that I don’t have to do it all.  This was a relief to me, having for the past twenty years been a control freak, doing it all has always [...]

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The Decision to Homeschool

I decided to homeschool. A couple of other golf parents I know have mentioned it.  Some sang praises, others said it wasn’t for their child.  One particular golf parent who’s daughter competed against Lexi Thompson years ago mentioned that Lexi was homeschooled.  Seems like a great idea, after all we could schedule our practices early [...]

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Kayla played her very first Toyota Tour Cup Tournament this week at only 11 years old posting +11 to finish T11 in a field of 36 players.  As a parent I am excited, elated and impressed!  It took some time for the final scores to post that evening and when I told Kayla she pulled [...]

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Keeps You Coming Back

This one awesome chip for birdie, that’s what can keep you coming back… Callaway Junior World Golf Championship is the biggest junior golf competition in the world.  Over 1,200 children from all of the world and the U.S. descend upon San Diego to compete for the coveted title of World Champion.  My girls were the [...]

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You Can’t Fix Perfect!

Took Kayla in for a driver club fitting yesterday.  She warmed up a little with an iron.  Then grabbed her driver and hit a ball.  The club fitter looked at me with a question on his face, “And, why do you want a new driver for her?”  Well, she’s had a growth spurt this year, [...]

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