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    completely/perfectly by oneself

    Golf is a very fun but hard sport/sports. To play golf, I have to hit such a little/small/tiny ball quite accurately. Usually four people play golf, but play procedure is done completely/perfectly by oneself.

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    Re: completely/perfectly by oneself

    I intended to say "One plays golf totally by oneself even though you play with others". It feels like an individual game as you need to stay focused, and concentrate a lot.
    Is the second line better?

    Usually four people play golf, but play procedure is done completely/perfectly by oneself.
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    but you play golf completely by yourself.

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