Golf Story Review


Golf Story reviewed by Tom Marks on the Nintendo Switch.

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By The Accent on 2009-11-13 01:11:45
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“All sorrows can be borne if we place them in a story or tell a story about them.” – Isak Dinesen, author of “Out of Africa”

Each and every life has a narrative.

A lot more than just a narrative, genuinely. I imply the word narrative suggests to me what the grown-up John Boy did at the beginning and end of each and every Tv episode of The Waltons. Narrative brings to mind a narrator – someone like the golf announcers who whisper the skilled golfer’s club choice. But we’re not professionals at life by any stretch of the imagination, and our lives seem to be something but worthy of narration. Who would care to listen to that trivia?

It really is the very same purpose I am struggling to recognize the appeal of My Space, Facebook and Twitter (” . . . she mentioned, as she typed her new ezine report!” Ha-Ha!)  Oh, I’ve accepted that this Internet two. digital-media primarily based social networking is not just coming . . . it’s here big time and to remain.  And I am doing my ideal to go with the flow, rather than be dragged kicking and screaming . . . or worse, trampled and left behind.

Yet I cannot assist pondering some individuals must employ a ghost writer rather than resorting to the mostly mundane, insignificant posts they concern. Reading that drivel would give any person great lead to to argue with me when I say every life has a story, but I nevertheless think it is accurate. Each and every life is an unfolding drama with a lot more parallel and intersecting plots and colorful characters than fiction could ever produce . . . case in point, all the reality shows dominating Television and cable plan schedules these days (though a single has to wonder exactly where reality ends and hype starts.)

In fact, our collective desire for true life stories lived by real people is at the quite heart of on the web social networking. We go there searching for reality (forgetting for a moment the apparent irony that we’re seeking for genuine men and women in an unreal, electronic planet) due to the fact we’d rather see a photo of Demi Moore missing a front tooth than to see her spiffed and polished on a movie screen. We want the dirt . . . the real story of people’s lives.

I think that also has anything to do with why individuals develop their My Space or Facebook or Twitter. They want someone to, ultimately, spend consideration to them . . . listen to what they have to say . . . hear their story.

So what takes place? They finally have their platform. They have everyone’s interest. And what do they say? One thing profound like, “I’m watching Rockford Files reruns,” or “I went to Dollywood nowadays,” or “I’m just hanging out and doing nuthin’.”

It’s nuthin’ alright.  I will give them that.  And though a show about absolutely nothing did make Jerry Seinfeld a rich man, I’m not so sure this strategy is ever going to obtain any of these tweeters the satisfaction they so desire.

Now prior to I go any further with what is starting to sound (unintentionally) like a slam on on the web social networking, I must confess that I did understand for the initial time on Facebook that the tennant in my basement has been diagnosed with diabetes. She lives correct under my feet, parks her car in my driveway, walks appropriate by my door to get to hers, and occasionally loans me her bike helmet, but I only discovered out on Facebook that she now has adult onset diabetes. I genuinely don’t know what that says about me or what it does to my point in this weblog, but I believe I can nonetheless say what I wanted to say, which is this:

Men and women are not utilizing these newfound platforms to inform their life stories, due to the fact they don’t know them. They’ve never pieced with each other the puzzle. Never ever traced the plot lines to see how they miraculously intersected time and again. In no way explored the characters in their unfolding story in order to completely grasp why they were there and what part they have been playing.

What is your story? Where are you now? Exactly where are you going? Most importantly, is it exactly where you really want to go?

There is no time like the present to comprehend your story, re-connect with your dreams, recognize exactly where you are now, re-cast your vision, re-strategy your journey, and commence a new leg of the adventure with some intentional action. Take the pen in your hand. Do not let your story be written about you. Take charge and write it your self.

Possibly it will take a fantastic sorrow to shake you loose from your resigned complacency. Such is often the case with adults. That was the case for me, personally. Just keep in mind the words of Isak Dinesen, “All sorrows can be borne if we put them in a story or inform a story about them.” Sorrows are not the finish of our journey. They basic mark the starting of a new chapter.

Stephen Covey says a single of the habits of the most effective men and women is they start with the finish in thoughts. If you can write the desired ending for your private story, you can then size up the gap among where you are and exactly where you want to go, and identify the steps you need to have to take to attain your desired location.

The hardest part is permitting your self to think it is really feasible. That is exactly where coaching comes in. A very good life coach (or a excellent leadership coach, if you’re applying this to your career setting) recognizes and accepts exactly where you are in your journey, walks with you for as small or as a lot of it as you select, and by no means stops challenging and encouraging you to see it all by way of new eyes . . . to see the possibilities.

So, what’s your story?

When you can answer that, then you are going to be prepared to truly commence living . . . your life . . . your way.

Rhonda Jones specializes in helping new female leaders or junior executives, and girls who are dissatisfied or dealing with changes in life situation, career, or function circumstance.

50 thoughts on “Golf Story Review”

  1. This game is so good. Maybe the best $15 I’ve dropped on a new game all year. More indie games like this please. I’d love a course editor in the future, or online supported multiplayer, but I’m still happy with what I got.

  2. You have way too many adverts (30 second none skippable), stop being greedy and reduce otherwise I’ll use other channels for reviews!

  3. My problems with the game are a poor view of the hole (even when zoomed out), I feel like its crappy how you can only move the camera so far away from you. Also when you move the camera out sometimes it gets stuck in that view. A few what felt like unfair or mostly inconstant slope and wind moments had me alittle furious but overall I enjoyed the game more than I was mad at it. Its a solid game and it plays well, the humor is great ! These guys clearly have been to the range.

  4. 7.5 really IGN? For the sake of developer who worked hard on this game deserves at least an 8. You didn’t even talk about the music which for me is one of the best features of the game. I personally think this game is a 9.2, It has a few bugs and the challenges can get repetitive but other than that it’s the best game on the switch we never thought we needed.

  5. this game was okay. I bought it bc it looked cute, but its kinda repetitive. still not bad though. but once I get stardew valley tomorrow I prob won’t even play this game any more

  6. It’s ign folks what do you expect. There just a bunch of corporate tools working there. Their souls left the building a long time ago.

  7. Smash JT did a much better review than you guys. I’m confused at your review, you guys make it sound like you had an absolute BLAST while playing, yet give it a "Good" 7.5 rating.

  8. Did he call this game isometric 2d? I thought isometric was when the game was on an angle to add a 3D style. This game does not look isometric to me.

  9. I’d have given it a better score personally. It’s one of my favorite games out right now, and for $15 you’re getting a lot of content

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