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PDF icon Mystics Making the Next Move10.48 MB

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The atmosphere at MCI Center was electric on the night of June 19, 1998. A sellout crowd of 20,674 featured Second Lady Tipper Gore, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulkski, District Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala and WNBA President Val Ackerman.



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Peter Hudson, a Rockville, Maryland, insurance underwriter, is building a new business based on a simple fact: When a golfer winds a tournament on one of the professional tours, it almost always costs somebody money. The pro collects prize money, of course, but golfers who have endorsement contracts with gold equipment manufacturers or other companies usually receive bonuses from their sponsors. The payout rewards the golfer for generation exposure for the company during coverage of the tournament on television and in newspapers, magazines, and other media.



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PDF icon Metro Golf: Ask the Experts3.39 MB

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According to Rod Thompson, head pro at Kenwood Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland, the biggest advantage to playing with an oversized or mid-sized driver is psychological. These clubs "give a player a little more confidence in being able to apply the club face squarely to the golf ball," says Thompson, "because he's got more mass to hit it with."



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According to Rule 4-4a of the Rules of Golf, a golfer can carry a maximum of 14 clubs during a round. The 14 can be any combination of clubs, giving players flexibility to match their equipment to their skilled and the conditions. For example, in addition to a sand wedge and a pitching wedge, many Tour players carry a third wedge and make do with just two woods. If a golfer starts a round with fewer than 14 clubs, he or she may add clubs during the round until the limit is reached.



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