Do you want a career teaching as pro golfer? If you have, then you aren’t alone. There are a ton of people like you playing the course and teaching the game too. To do get there though, you need to find a good golf school and learn the ropes.
When you are a student, you will be introduced to other golfers who share your passion for golf. You can share tips, skills, and golf instruction stories with your future colleagues, if you want to. It can be a lot of fun just learning how the business is run.
The team Krikorian inherits, chosen to finish second in the USA South Conference, returns three starters from a team that won the conference tournament last year. He will rely heavily on junior Conley Taylor points per game Academy Review and senior Mike Green points per game the two leading scorers from last year’s team. Taylor was also selected to the USA South All-Conference Second Team last year.
The sparring was intense and safe and competition was encouraged throughout. We were able to roll with anybody we chose and I was chosen to roll with Daniel first. Daniel rolled with a LOT of control and allowed me to escape and move through positions.
Driving the film are the outstanding performances from the cast, particularly those of Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer. Jordan is mainly known for his television appearances, but he has recently turned to film, having starred in films like “Red Tails” and “Chronicle” just last year. His performance as Oscar is a star-making turn. He comes off as such a natural performer that you sort of forget you’re watching a movie, especially with the slow, slice-of-life approach. Then there’s the amazing Octavia Spencer, recent Quit 9 To 5 Academy Review Award winner for her outstanding performance in “The Help.” She brings such an emotional power to her role as Oscar’s mother Wanda that you can’t help but feel the pain she goes through when his life is a wreck and during his final hours.
Mike – I really enjoy the people I work with. We have a very eclectic group of DJs and office staff who are a lot of fun. I mean where else could I work with a guy named Grand Wizzard Theodore (inventor of the scratch technique)?
The same can be said of the film itself. It doesn’t make it hard to form the emotional connection to these characters, which is even more amazing given the film’s brief running time of about 80 minutes. Much of that is filled with mundane activities, but you slowly begin to realize just what it is that writer/director Ryan Coogler is doing. He does it so subtly that you may not even realize until near the end that you actually care about what happens to Oscar. Many directors have trouble accomplishing something like that even when they’re throwing character development in your face. To be able to succeed by using a standard “day in the life” approach just makes it all the more incredible, and makes “Fruitvale Station” a must-see. 3.5/4 stars.