I'm not good at much. I've been making music and playing piano for more than 30 years, so I'd like to think I'm okay at that. And not to toot my own horn, but I know my way around a kitchen. But beyond these things I'm near worthless. I'm especially bad at videogames, which always has me wondering how I landed this job.
Well, I'm good at golf games, and I think this has a lot to do with my unabashed love for them. I'm truly in love with upcoming PlayStation Vita game Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational. I've been playing the Japanese version, Minna no Golf 6, for the past couple of months, and have made good use of the game's shot recording function to store my best moves during this time.
Today I've created a short video to show off some of my better shots. Stick around for the last Eagle chip-in. I can't wait to take the US version of this game online and dominate the leaderboards. Come at me, bro.
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