Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

After eating our weight in turkey and stuffing, it is time to get back into the swing of things. As I stated earlier, my golf season has come to a close, but that does not mean that I need to stop doing what I do to ensure my game is ready for next year. Yes, I realize that I still have 6 months to go, but establishing my routine early is the secret to my golfing success. Additionally, the other health benefits are critical to the successes in the ‘off-the-course’ part of my life. So, it is time to get started.

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My Golf Season Is Over

With less than 3 weeks left in the golf season, I have decided to hang up my clubs. Currently, I am in the midst of moving into our new home. This entails painting, some flooring and long days of completing endless tasks. In the long run, moving will provide a better quality of life for my wife and I, so giving up the last month of golf is not a huge sacrifice. It is best to just call it and focus on getting ready for winter.

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to celebrate the many wonderful things in our lives. As people in Canada travel long distances to share in the festivities with family and friends, it is time to reflect and give thanks. Personally, I like Thanksgiving because of the friendships, joy and love expressed among best of friends, family, old acquaintances and people we are meeting for the first time.

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Have a Fantastic Thursday

Today, we take possession of our new house. After weeks of couch surfing, the day has arrived and we are very excited to start our new adventure in a new town. So, no golf talk today; but a mind full of positive thoughts.

Have a Fantastic Thursday! Only you can create the day you want.

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

Hitting A Cold Golf Ball

Hitting a cold golf ball is never fun. The vibrations continuously reverberate up the shaft of the club into our hands, wrists and elbows. After 60 or so swings, my joints become annoyed and they want a rest. Of course, this does not stop me from going out the next day in the cool temperatures, but it is something I am aware of and try to prevent. My efforts to reduce the impact of these vibrations are the main reason I rarely injure myself in the fall.

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