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Inside, he closed his eyes and thought back to the first courses he ever played. His memories relaxed him into sleep. RELATED: What you absolutely must do when you visit Bandon Dunes These days, anxiety occasionally creeps into his bones when he wakes up in the middle of the night. To fight off the nocturnal panic, he returns to the visuals he retains in his mind of the greens of Tillamook and Westport in his native Oregon. “Golf is good therapy because it’s played in a happy place,” Rounsavell said this week, sitting in the old schoolhouse-turned-veteran’s center. “It’s played in a park, a park manicured for you, and it’s structured in a social structure that’s highly favorable to people getting along together and respecting each other. Then the sun is beating on your back, and you have a nice little breeze in your face, watching the seasons come and go.” Enter his need to obtain the ParaGolfer. The word got out to the Four Robin Hoods, initially formed in the mid-1960s for the purposes of surreptitious giving to good causes. Two of the original members, Mark Cohn and Ken Cayocca, are still with us. A bunch of others, including former Sacramento newscasters such as Jennifer Whitney and Stan Atkinson, have since revived the club, and they scraped up $12,000 to match Sierra Health’s contribution. Now the ParaGolfer is ready to roll.
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