When I grow up, I want to play golf as my career. I am interested in this career because I would like to have fun working while making money to pay the bills. In order to reach my goal, I will need to spend the next few years practicing hard and getting the proper coaching. Although the opportunities to play professionally are challenging, I believe that if I practice enough each day for the next five to seven years, I would have a shot at making it to the professional level.
A good way for me to make it to the professional level is to attend a college with a great golf department. The research I found shows that these colleges all have great golf and business programs: Texas A&M, Oklahoma State or the University of Texas. All three colleges have graduates who have made it to the professional level. If I could be taught by a good coaching staff, then I could excel in my sport. If I'm not able to make it on tour, then I'll have a respected business degree to fall back on from one of these institutions.
I want to play golf because it is something I really enjoy and I can do for a long time. It would be a fun, well-paying job. Golf would allow me to meet and play with lots of great athletes. I would get to travel the world playing nice courses that are a part of the history of golf. I could just imagine the announcers saying "Zack, we are ready for you on the first tee box." I like to have fun, and if I can do that and make money to pay the bills, what a great career.
Zack's essay appears here as written, to preserve the young author’s unique voice and individual writing style. However, we have deleted personally identifiable information to protect the student’s privacy.
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