Be Determined To Succeed

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 16, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 73 pages
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Kevin Hough was an enthusiastic, successful athlete and student during high school and went to a Division 1 college on an athletic scholarship.

    Kevin was also a party animal.  Even though the police arrested him twice for juvenile drinking during High School, his drinking too much alcohol had to do   with an accident that almost took his life after his first semester in college had ended.

   An amazing comeback was made by Kevin even though three pieces of his brain had to be removed to save his life.  After many months in two different  hospitals, he decided to go back to college, against the advice from different doctors and counselors, and it was very difficult for him.  With determination, he succeeded with needed academic assistance only a short time after he almost lost his life.

   Golf was not as difficult a comeback for him because the brain that was unharmed during the accident, was the side that retained the muscle memory.           His college success in both areas is described and you can find out what all his needed advice and assistance was.

   Excellent for reading, especially for High School Athletes (golfers) who want to succeed in sports and academics in high school and college too!

   This book also features the appreciation Kevin has for those who saved his life, took care of him as he needed, assisted in him maturing, getting his more correct social life back and succeeding in school, golf and life.

 

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Kevin Hough was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and he loved many sports as a child. Success was achieved in high school as he was the All-City Player of the Year in 1986 and his Madison West High School team won the state championship in 1987. He achieved further success at Purdue University as he won the Co-Most Valuable Player Award in 1990-1991, only two years after he was hit by a car and needed brain surgery to save his life. Between 1992 and 2009, his golf game has not been that successful. So with needed determination and the use of a lot of advice, he has now succeeded doing many needed, extremely important things again. He now lives in the city of New Berlin, Wisconsin, with his very smart, mature, giving, and successful wife.

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