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Join us for the first webinar of the HSJGA College Education Series with our special guest, Dean Frischknecht, Ping American College Golf Guide! It’s happening Oct 21 at 6pm HST. RSVP by email to lauren@hsjga.org to receive the webinar link ✅ ...

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The last tournament of the season to earn a spot on the APJC Team and a spot to TOC happened over the weekend on Kauai! Check our website for the results and stay tuned for our big APJC team announcement! ...

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✅ Whether you’re playing well or not so great, keeping a positive attitude and demeanor on the golf course can have a huge impact on how people perceive you.  A positive attitude can make all the difference on both the mental and physical game.  Experiencing frustration in golf is inevitable but negative behavior like club throwing, abusive language, insubordination or abuse of the course will have consequences. Failure to follow the HSJGA Code of Conduct policy during a tournament will be strictly enforced: 1st offence – Warning; 2nd offence – Penalties; 3rd – DQ.  Just remember, there are lots of people watching you play every day; not only in HSJGA tournaments.  Your attitude and behavior will not go unnoticed, not by spectators, golf course employees, parents, friends, or college coaches! So, give them something to smile about .
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“A bad attitude is worse than a bad swing” – Payne Stewart
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“Ask yourself how many shots you would have saved if you always developed a strategy before you hit, always played within your capabilities, never lose your temper and never get down on yourself” -Jack Nicklaus
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“A kid grows up a lot faster on the golf course.  Golf teaches you how to behave” – Jack Nicklaus
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Congratulations, Allysha Mae Mateo on your first college win!! Allysha won the Coeur D’Alene Collegiate in Idaho shooting 70-74-68-212 👏🏼🔥 She’s pictured 3rd from the left. ...

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Can you remove stones in bunkers?
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Yes.  Stones are loose impediments which can be removed in a bunker.  Be careful your ball does not move when removing a loose impediment. If your ball moves, you must replace your ball and a one stroke penalty will be applied (Rule 12.2a)
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Oahu Junior Classic winners! 90 juniors from across the state competed this past weekend at Turtle Bay Fazio 👏🏼🌟 ...

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