Have you ever tried to write something for a diverse group of people with only one common thread. I can tell you from experience that it is a challenge at the best of times. This will be my first article in three days because I was engaged in growing my golf interests and did not have time to write articles. The break was great because it gave me time to recharge my thinking cap so I can move forward with some articles that might peak the interest of our regular and new readers.
If you are wondering, I was in the Niagara Falls area playing in the 2022 Fall Hickory Classic & Collector’s Trade Show. I am not going to start talking about this amazing event today, but I can honestly say that it was the best event I have attended in many years. Anyway, more about this over the next few days.
Lately, I have received many interesting comments about The Grateful Golfer blog. Many were focused on the topics and how relatable they are to the regular player. Some like the relatability of the golf articles and others enjoy the tips. Basically, the recent comments have helped me stay the course about my approach to the articles I write. I feel encouraged and I am looking forward to continuing to write about all things golf.
Most golf topics just jump into my head when I sit down to write. I sometimes have to change topics because I have either written about it recently or there is no real information I can gather to help explain my thoughts. Most of my articles are original because I have recently experience the topic or something sparks a memory. Regardless, the topics are meant to help amateurs (novice or experienced) grow their game and develop a true passion to improving their game. Regardless, choosing the right topic for this blog is not always easy.
Writing about golf is something I enjoy doing on a daily basis. Sometimes a shot break goes a long way to improving my mental preparedness to write. As I am finishing this article, I have four topics for the next few days….how lucky am I.
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!