“There was a stupid LPGA rule where I couldn’t get my card (from the US Open because I was a non member). Then I went back to Q School and I lost in a 10-hole play-off. “You have to be top 40 in the money list if you are a non-member to get your status as opposed to top 80 if you are a member, which I was.” But Meadow’s frustration at the quirks of the LPGA’s rulebook soon was put into sharp perspective by her father’s unexpected illness. “When he was sick, I took a lot of time off and spent as much time as I could with him. “But then I jumped straight back into the professional world not even a week after his funeral. medical interview questions iscMeadow finished a brilliant third on her professional debut at the US Women’s Open “If I had to do it again, I would have sat back and processed things before heading back out. “But it was one of those things where Dad was such a big part of my golf that I wanted to head out again for him.” Two weeks after his death, Meadow had to withdraw from an LPGA event in Canada midway through the second round after breaking down while attempting to survey a shot from the middle of a fairway. http://www.theactproject.com/stinterviewprep/2017/01/15/updated-tips-on-speedy-plans-in-osce-for-surgeon/“I just wasn’t ready to play. It was just too raw and too fresh at that point.” The grieving Meadow didn’t win a dollar during her remaining nine events in 2015 as she missed every cut. “I kept playing because it’s my job. You can’t just sit at home.
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