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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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Starting My New Year Resolution Early

I’d like to take up jogging.  Waiting for a day that’s not too hot, where I have an extra 2 hours to spare and I’m not suffering from a cold, back pain or other physical ailment that hits a person my age. In the meanwhile, I’ll sit comfortably in my car checking emails while the [...]

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Rain Gear We Never Use

We finally had a cold, wet weekend of golf.  Should I celebrate?  Well, Southern California could always use the rain.  We are so spoiled here with the great golf weather we consistently have. In the golf bags the girls each have a pair of rain pants we purchased from REI that they’ve never used.  And, [...]

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Exercises Good for Golf

What do you do to stay fit for life and for golf?  Please share exercise routines, classes or programs you participate in.  I’d love your feedback. I recently signed my girls up for a junior golf fitness program run by a TPI Certified fitness trainer.  In past years, my girls have participated in tumbling classes [...]

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Mental Game Toughness

I am sure there is no quick fix solution to the mental game of golf.  I have the books, some on tape to listen to while on the road.  But, when it comes to my girls, I’m at a loss.  The more I’m involved, the more pressure they feel from me as a parent. This [...]

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Learn How to Keep Calm and Carry On

So, we all know that 50% of the game of golf is “mental.”  If we play a hole poorly, we need to be able to let it go and focus on the next shot.  That goes the same for parent spectators. I personally like to spectate to be there for moral support, but to also [...]

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Beat by a Girl

When that girl is your little sister, it’s pretty much okay. My 8 year old Nalani moved up this season from the Southern California PGA Junior Tour’s Junior Development League to the Players Tour.  She was pretty nervous going into her first tournament of the season.  She also lacked motivation during her practices because she [...]

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The Masters Will Have to Wait

Alas, my dear, precious little 8 year old will not be taking a trip to the Masters next year.  Nalani competed at the Southern California Regional Drive, Chip & Putt Championships this past weekend at Morongo Golf Course, Tukwet Canyon in Beaumont. She hit 3 perfectly straight drives running under 140 Yards scoring 8 points [...]

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Back to School

Well, it’s that time of year again, “Back to School!”  I’m sure the other busy, working sports moms can relate to the stress & relief of back to school.  What’s on the list?  Back to school shopping for clothes, shoes, school supplies and spending on tuition and books. I have 2 in college this year. [...]

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2013 San Diego Junior Masters

The girls played the 2013 San Diego Junior Masters this summer.  I suppose I could have chosen to forego a few extra tournaments and simply take the girls to play multiple practice rounds for Callaway Junior Worlds, but I decided to stick with our multiple tournament schedule.  I wanted the girls to get to experience [...]

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Wishing for a Karma Judge

Has someone ever made you so upset that you could feel it in the pit of your stomach?  And, you just know the feeling will only go away after a couple of sleepless nights? That would be me, right now at this very moment. I took Kayla out for a practice round for an upcoming [...]

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