Rule of Golf – Rule 6: The Player
The player and his/her caddie are responsible for knowing the rules and are explicitly responsible for their ball and their score at the completion of each round.

This is it, Golf is played on average on a 6,000 yard field, that equates to 6 miles or 6 football fields, it is the largest field of play in any sport. On this massive field there are obstacles some might refer to as traps, wind, water, sand, tall grass that slow the movement of the ball, short grass that speed up the path of the ball, slopes random placed throughout. Out of bound markers dictating where you absolutely can not go, fans staring at your every move not to mention the competition that adds nothing but pressure to attempt to get better with each and every stroke. If you do not get better you risk losing or at a minimum being left behind.
All you have is you, your ball which signifies your progress and location or lack there of. You have your equipment which supports your training, practice and preparedness for your winning campaign and if you are lucky you will have a caddie, a good caddie, someone off to the side who walks with you, giving you advice who is dedicated to seeing you succeed. The caddie can be a friend, a parent, a sibling, a significant other, in my case the caddie is my God.
You can not control nor are you responsible for all the obstacles in the field of play, all you are responsible for is how you play, how you hit the ball, where it lands and what you do next. You are responsible for the ball and the score you earn, no one else and nothing else only you…NO EXCUSES.
You are responsible for your life.
- ZH

19th October 2013

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Isha Sesay
Journalist, African Affairs, CNN International, Sierra Leone
Isha Sesay is an English journalist of Sierra Leonean descent, and an anchor for CNN International and HLN. Based at the network’s world headquarters in Atlanta, she hosts the news programs CNN NewsCenter and BackStory. In addition to her work at CNN International, she is the permanent presenter of 360 Bulletin on Anderson Cooper 360°. She recently joined HLN as a co-anchor for Evening Express.
Sesay lived in Sierra Leone for most of her childhood. Sesay was born in the UK to Muslim parents from Sierra Leone in 1976 and is one of three children, having an older sister and a younger brother. Her mother is Dr Kadi Sesay, a former lecturer at Fourah Bay College, who entered Sierra Leonean politics in 1992 as an advisor to the government of Valentine Strasser. Her father, who worked as a legal advisor to the SLPMB (Sierra Leone Produce Marketing Board), died in 1988.
Sesay moved to Sierra Leone with her family when she was seven years old, where she studied at Fourah Bay College School in Freetown. At the age of 16 she returned to the UK, and after completing her A-levels was accepted into Trinity College, Cambridge, where she studied English. It was there that she decided to become a television presenter, having previously aspired to become an actress, and during her final year began writing to media groups seeking work.

Isha Sesay
Journalist, African Affairs, CNN International, Sierra Leone

Isha Sesay is an English journalist of Sierra Leonean descent, and an anchor for CNN International and HLN. Based at the network’s world headquarters in Atlanta, she hosts the news programs CNN NewsCenter and BackStory. In addition to her work at CNN International, she is the permanent presenter of 360 Bulletin on Anderson Cooper 360°. She recently joined HLN as a co-anchor for Evening Express.

Sesay lived in Sierra Leone for most of her childhood. Sesay was born in the UK to Muslim parents from Sierra Leone in 1976 and is one of three children, having an older sister and a younger brother. Her mother is Dr Kadi Sesay, a former lecturer at Fourah Bay College, who entered Sierra Leonean politics in 1992 as an advisor to the government of Valentine Strasser. Her father, who worked as a legal advisor to the SLPMB (Sierra Leone Produce Marketing Board), died in 1988.

Sesay moved to Sierra Leone with her family when she was seven years old, where she studied at Fourah Bay College School in Freetown. At the age of 16 she returned to the UK, and after completing her A-levels was accepted into Trinity College, Cambridge, where she studied English. It was there that she decided to become a television presenter, having previously aspired to become an actress, and during her final year began writing to media groups seeking work.

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