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Growing up I was forced to play a sport every season by my parents which I now appreciate I now have moved on to a job and dont have time to play sports any more I work at Mount Kisco Country Club as a caddie and a bag attendant When I started to say I was gung-ho about working was an understatement I enjoyed being at the country club while both caddying and helping the members with bags carts and balls I would gladly stay extra hours and do scum work that everyone else avoided This was the era of golf professional Nick Manolios and things were grand Everything always went smooth and never was I scolded for not completing the job I was being paid to do Nick would give lessons to members then hideaway in his office never to be seen out so the way we handled taking care of members and the way we carried out every task we were put to were never scrutinized Basically I was my own boss as long as the members were happy which they always were That was my first year as a bag attendant and a thoroughly enjoyed one Not only was it enjoyed but the money I made compared to anyone else my age was like comparing the luxury of a Mercedes to an old Ford Pinto and this helped take a great financial weight of my parents This all changed at the spring of my junior year Nick Manolios got the ol boot and new young super pro Chris Case Commander Chris Case completely changed the atmosphere and all other aspects at work We were now working at Augusta National home of the yearly Masters tournament the biggest tournament in all of professional golf Every little detail of my job was dissected This was the creation of the modern day cotton field Four times the balls of last year are now hit
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