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Miracle Story


Angela Brown


Submitted into: Miracles of Sport Category,

On: 2016-08-01 19:04:41

Recently I was asked to represent my club in the upcoming State Golf Championship for pairs.   I was taken aback, as I knew there were other players in my handicap range who had been playing better than me.   But it felt like an honour to be asked and that it would be a valuable experience, so I accepted.

In the meantime, I had booked for a self-development workshop.  At the end of the workshop (the evening before the golf competition), our facilitator gave us each a bracelet with the words “I am enough” on it to remind us that although we often expect ourselves to be perfect, in our human-ness, enough is plenty good enough.

The next day, the format for the golf competition meant that my partner and I did not actually play together, just that our final scores would be combined.  The course was a challenging one and although I had a few good shots and seemed to get some lucky breaks along the way, my score certainly didn’t set the course alight!   My partner and I met up afterwards and, as far as I was concerned, even though her score was higher than mine, we were way out of contention.

Yet when we entered the clubhouse, we were at the top of the electronic scoreboard.   I assumed that many players had not finished yet or got around to submitting their score cards, and waited for us to drop down the ranks.   But it didn’t happen and we ended up winning.It felt like a true miracle!   We were called up to receive our trophy and have our photo taken to go on the State website.    Even though I was still in a state of wonder, I had the biggest grin in that photograph, I can tell you!

We rang our club captain from the car-park on leaving to tell her the news and everyone at the club is thrilled.   I feel so proud to have contributed to a win for them and that now next year this competition will be held at our club.

A few days later, once it had sunk in more, I had a light bulb moment.   Even though my individual score was not very near the top of the list, it was sufficient to allow my partner and I to win as a team.  If I had had one point less, we would not have won.  

Guess what?   I AM ENOUGH.   This has been a Miracle in action.  Thank you, Universe.


Angela Brown

Sydney, NSW, Australia