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Silence on the course: Deaf golfer Pono Tokioka makes no excuses as the future of Warrior golf

By Christian Shimabuku

“Is it as peaceful as it looks?” A friend asked the future of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa men’s golf team.

“As a golfer, no. I don’t think there’s peace in golf,” Justin “Pono” Tokioka said. “Golf is all about thinking. You have to play with your mind and when you have a bad shot you get frustrated. If you play well, you still have to focus and keep it up. Unless you play for fun or with friends, it’s peaceful. When you play competitively, there’s no peace.”

Read more: http://www.kaleo.org/sports/silence-on-the-course-deaf-golfer-pono-tokioka-makes-no/article_860df58a-e7ff-11e4-9c68-03f373de3564.html

Source. The Voice Kaleo

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