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Old 01-30-2013, 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by wake911 View Post
Playing up is a great learning opportunity. If you don't care about winning, but about getting better, then play with better people.
playing with better people is for practice and casual rounds, not for tourneys IMO. you need to be focused on your game, your head, and the course. and you also need to learn how to win, if you want to get better (skill-wise) AND be able to do it in a competitive environment. if you know that you have no chance of cashing, and consistently play in that division, i think it will dull your ability to deal with pressure once you actually get better.
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