Sunday Musings From The Grateful Golfer

Have you ever sat in front of a computer or with a writing pad and had nothing specific to say. Then you start thinking about all the possible topics that could catch the reader’s eye and nothing specific comes to mind. Of course this should be the day to say nothing, but something inside compels you to write to keep the streak of 53 straight days of posting an article alive. Well today is that day, so I here it goes: Sunday musings from The Grateful Golfer!

The Phil and Tiger match on 23 November. I understand that many people would like to see this match, but it is 15 years too late in my opinion. Given the games of the two players, it is hard to tell who is going to show up. Personally, I would rather shovel my driveway to remove 2 feet of snow than watch. This match just does not catch my attention. For those interested:

The LPGA is in full swing. They are playing in the Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship today and the top of the leaderboard is jammed packed. I would like to see Lydia Ko make a run. She is only two strokes back at the start of day 4, so she and others have a chance to win. I enjoy watching the LPGA events because they are akin to how I play golf; except that they hit their clubs way better and score much lower than I do…..but other than that we are the same….haha.

The new rules of golf are only a couple months away. I will be discussing these over the next few months, but I a excited for many of the changes. It should be an interesting time learning what is legal and not in 2019. So far, I am in favour of the changes.

I saw this layup shot and realize that everyone struggles from time to time. I just need to keep my head up, smile and stick the next shot close!

That is it for this Sunday. I hope you are having a great weekend; you were able to hit the links; and you remembered to be grateful. Have an awesome week!

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!

4 thoughts on “Sunday Musings From The Grateful Golfer

  1. Watching a pro hit a really bad shot shouldn’t make me smile but it always does. It also helps me to remember their goofs when I make a bad swing on the course. If it happens to a pro, I know I can’t allow it to worry me. I don’t put in near the amount of practice they do.

    As to the Tiger/Phil match, I will not be bothering to watch. Or care though that might change a bit of someone wants to put some money on Phil. I still won’t watch, but I’ll care a bit more. lol

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