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What Kind of Golfer Are You?
May 4, 2012
Sandy Teplitzky is featured in “What Kind of Golfer Are You?” a piece from Baltimore Business Journal that examines the question of whether one’s golfing and work styles mesh.
Growing up in the Cleveland suburbs, Sanford Teplitzky took golf so seriously, he gave up the game because he could not devote the time it would take to really improve. It took Teplitzky 25 years to get back to golf, and then it was only because his knees were giving out from years of playing tennis.
Teplitzky is a lot more relaxed these days when he heads out for a round at his home course, the Suburban Club in Pikesville.
"I don't take playing golf nearly as seriously as I do being a lawyer," said Teplitzky, 61, who co-chairs the health law group at law firm Ober|Kaler. "It doesn't matter whether I play well or poorly. It gets me out of the office and away from the pressures of practicing law."
"It's really quite therapeutic," adds Teplitzky, who plays to a 15 handicap, typically shooting in the mid-to-upper 80s.
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