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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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2013 Callaway Junior World Golf Championships

This was Nalani’s first year qualifying for the Callaway Junior World Golf Championships.  So, both girls played.  The challenge for us was that the girls played different golf courses almost 40 minutes drive (in no traffic) from each other.  Of course, the morning tee times did not help. We decided to stay at Sycuan, where [...]

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Making Lifetime Friends on the Golf Course

My girls finished playing the season championship for one of their tours today and had such a good time.  The 2-day tournament took place on a golf resort and included a 1-night stay at the resort as well as banquets.  The weather was great, sunny and almost 100 degrees!  Okay, the heat wasn’t so great. [...]

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Will Work with WiFi

Where there is WiFi, I will work.  Girls squeezed in some practice before we headed to LA for the Justin Bieber concert.  Yes, I took them to see JB.  They need a life outside of golf after all.  Anyway, that’s another topic for my blog. I never checked to see if our home course had [...]

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Nerves of Steel

My girlfriend posted an image on my Facebook wall the other day after hearing about my very hectic schedule.  I don’t know if I really deserve the supermom depiction.  I have to admit, my kids have much more super strength than I do.  They have nerves of steel! Both girls tried out of the Drive, [...]

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Golfer Mom Interview & Podcast

I was interviewed recently by Blogger and Editor in Chief of Golfer Mom, Jackie Berry.  What a fun experience, to meet another mom who’s golf goal is a slight contrast to mine.  Jackie is trying to get out and play golf with or without kids in tow.  I, on the other hand am mother to [...]

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Putter Fittings

We replaced the girls’ clubs which seemed to take months of research, testing & fittings.  The last club in the bag to replace were their putters.  As it turns out, we did replace Kayla’s putter while making some adjustments to Nalani’s.  Here’s what we did. After some phone calls, I found a local shop called [...]

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Patience is a Virtue Sergio

What a stellar performance by Tiger Woods at the Players Championship.  Even with a hiccup double-bogey on 14 his final day, he remained patient and finished solid, not strong, but solid to win the tournament this past weekend.  Sergio on the other hand must have lost his patience making the final run for his last [...]

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What’s in Kayla’s Bag for 2013

Well, Kayla finally has a new set of clubs after three months of testing, researching and chatting with some industry professionals.  If this is what we have to go through at 10 years old, I’m not looking forward to the years ahead!  Kayla is 10 and for girls that means growing very fast.  She outgrew [...]

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Driving’s for Show, Putting’s for Doe!

Yes, we know the saying right?  It is the absolute truth.  Putting can make you or break you.  We experienced that this past weekend where my girls played the Future Champions Golf Tour Las Vegas Championship. Ten year old Kayla hit some amazing shots and was the leader by one stroke going into round 2 (after [...]

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How to Get Your Child to Practice 100 Chips and Putts

We haven’t spent very much time on short game because our focus during the limited practice sessions has been on swing development and consistency. But, we’re trying to squeeze in more short game practice, obviously knowing how important it is. At first, the girls would practice with 3 or 4 balls. They’d hit the same [...]

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