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How Dennis Walters Achieved the Goals He Set

By Vic Johnson
Goal Achieving Expert
Updated: June 28, 2008
Dennis' remarkable repertoire of shots includes sending a 225-yard plus drive straight down the middle of the fairway while blindfolded; the "slook", where one balls slices and one ball hooks; hitting a ball off the crystal of his assistant's watch without leaving a scratch; his "death-defying swing through fire" shot; and his"3 iron", which is a one-of-a-kind club Dennis uses to hit 3 perfect shots at the same time. Dennis also hits pure shots with an assortment of clubs made from a fishing pole, baseball bat, crutch and radiator hose. The finale to the show is his famous, rapid-fire machine gun shot.
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In 1998 Dennis was chosen to appear with Tiger Woods at the first youth clinic conducted by the Tiger Woods Foundation. Since then Dennis has continued to be the opening act for Tiger at 24 additional clinics held all over the country. When asked about Dennis, Tiger replied "Dennis Walters has been nothing short of fantastic in his performance during the Tiger Woods Foundation junior golf clinics. His knowledge, skill and performance bring delight to all."

In 1994, Dennis was awarded an honorary lifetime membership in the PGA of America. Only the fifth person to receive this honor, Dennis joins such greats as former President Gerald Ford, Gary Player and Bob Hope.

"If there is something you really want to do - no matter how impossible it may seem - with enough hard work and perseverance you can do it," says Dennis.

Dennis Walters story can be found in his book In My Dreams I Walk With You. The forward for the book was written by Jack Nicklaus. The book details Dennis' remarkable comeback and 27 year career of touring the country, displaying golf excellence and encouraging all to reach for their dreams. Dennis' website is .
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