June 30, 2010
But Israel crossed his hands and reached out. He put his right hand on Ephraim’s head, although Ephraim was the younger son. He put his left hand on Manasseh’s head, although Manasseh was older.
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Since I was in tall grass by the green and over seventy feet from the pin with the least chance of going in, I went first. I remember the pin placement was on a low point of the green which sloped extremely with a couple of little hills/valleys along the way. It was an impossible shot and I was just hoping the other guys would get an idea how the green was playing. Now, you can probably guess what happened next. There was little talent involved, but it was one of those rare times when things work the way you plan. The ball landed soft on the high part of the green and began its long roll toward the hole. It looked like it would stop a couple of times before getting there, but it picked up steam and kept tracking toward the pin until "kerplunk" broke the silence.
There were shouts of joy, disbelief and amazement as our team celebrated. It was later when trophies were handed out, that I realized one of the players who thought he had won was our pastor. I am so sorry he lost, but don't you just love it when the unlikely does the improbable in front of the unsuspecting?
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