you’re projecting your own weaknesses onto them and they suddenly begin to behave like a psychologist. Or, they will turn from their brutal ways into a simple victim and wonder why the world hates them so much. I have known several Crazymakers in my life and, sadly, in my early years, I fell for their behaviors simply because I was not wise enough to know what they were doing. They worked hard to gain my trust and then turned around and created so much turmoil that it was as though I was caught in a tornado. I turned from a confident individual to a half witted cow caught in the updraft of the spiraling winds! There are several ways to deal with a Crazymaker, but the best way is to simply let them roam in their self loathing world you need to simply stay away. But, you have to be quick enough to identify these types of people because, amazingly enough, they strike fast and hard and the minute you falter, they jump in like vultures on a dead carcass. While Crazymakers go out of their way
Amateurs coming to U Open next week at Chambers Bay. Included in that mix is a 15 year old who just completed his freshman year in high school and the champion of the Southeastern Conference put who together a dazzling 63 64 127, just 17 under par for one day of golf. And we’re still not even talking about the top two players from the NCAA championships this month. Open triumphGolfers give bad reviews of Chambers Bay course, USGA says it’s just fineCool Seattle places off the tourist pathNine time major winner Gary Player calls Chambers Bay a ‚tragedy’Commuters: Seattle
Cheap jerseys area traffic stinks, but we’d rather drive alone Some big name professionals namely Luke Donald, Lee Janzen and Retief Goosen also stamped their ticket to University Place. The 15 year old is Cole Hammer of Houston, who shot a 64 68 132, 8 under at Northwood Club in Dallas to take second in that sectional. And yes, he’s planning to go to the University of Texas in 2018. "My main goal was to see how I match up against these people. I just had to keep doing what I was doing," Hammer said. "This means the world to me." The 17 under performance was turned in by Matthew NeSmith, of the University of South Carolina. He won by four shots, over another amateur, Lee McCoy, at in Ball Ground, Ga. The NCAA champion who made the field is Southern Methodist’s Bryson DeChambeau, a 21 year old out of Clovis, Calif. He shot a 66 67 133 to tie for third at the Columbus sectional. In second place in that NCAA was Washington’s Cheng Tsung Pan, who won the sectional at Cle Elum. Another teenage amateur advancing is 18 year old Sam Horsfield of England. He shoot a 72 69 at Jupiter Fla., which is where Donald qualified with a 72 68.