A regular reader from Florida, Kevin, sent me these two pictures. He played through this hazard a few days ago. I am not even sure how to advise him on how to play in or near this treacherous stretch of course. I guess the best thing is to just avoid it!
Kevin mention that this hazard was about 8 feet long. Personally, avoidance is the only answer and of course free relief! Thoughts on how to play this hazard?
Thanks Kevin for the pictures. I am grateful you sent them my way.
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!
One of the greatest gifts any snowbound golfer can receive is updates from friends on a golfing vacation. I realize many of you may not think this is such a great thing, but in my case, I am grateful for any updates on golfing trips; especially when they send pictures. Continue reading
I have never teed it up in Spain, however Clint, a frequent reader of The Grateful Golfer, dropped me a couple of pictures of his favorite courses in Spain. I appreciate the pictures and his explanation of how he played the holes.
After looking at these great tee shots, I think I would play them differently, only because we have different games. We would be very interested in what you think. Continue reading
St. Andrews is the mecca of golf and the Swilken Bridge is one of the most recognizable images of golf history. Although I have never visited St. Andrews, I had the opportunity to see a replica of the Swilken Bridge at Wildfire Golf Course! Continue reading
This little friend watched me hit the ball close to the pin on number 11 from 150 yards. He had a couple of friends with him and I just had to share their majestic beauty.
I am a grateful golfer!