Madison wrote:A professional amateur bowler. Meaning that I've qualified to be a professional for over the last decade, but have chosen to say in the amateur ranks. Up until the last year or so, the money in the amateur ranks has been better than the pros while having less expense to earn the money and easier competition. Injuries have also hindered my progress the last few years. Not sure if I'll be giving the tour a shot or not. Probably at least a year away from making a solid run at it if I choose to do so. We'll see.
As to other sports, high school baseball, basketball, track, and tennis. Didn't go any higher than high school with any of them. Was supposed to do tennis in college, but I didn't wind up going to college.
Have you ever missed time because of excessive internet use?(ala Carlos Zambrano)
That would be "No".
Yes doctor, I am sick. Sick of those who are spineless. Sick of those who feel self-entitled. Sick of those who are hypocrites. Yes doctor, an army is forming. Yes doctor, there will be a war. Yes doctor, there will be blood.....
I play Varsity Golf, Tennis & Football . Yes you can call me a sports junkie if you wish. Football I play Wr and SS, as a junior I started on Offense and averaged about 20 yards a reception. I'm not the fastest guy, but I run about a 4.8 40 which gets me by some linebackers.....
As for Golf, I'm not the best in the world but I average about a 86-88 on a par 72 course. Lets just say, the golf tournaments is a day out of school for me.
Tennis, which is by far my favorite sport, I play daily in the summer. As some of you may have seen on these boards, JT and I have discussed the game. I've been on Varsity all 3 years and have made it to regionals every year besides my freshman year.