Fighting the Urge to Change for the Sake of Changing

It is that time again, Mid January / Early February. I get in my head and start to think about what I need to change to get ready for the 2020 golf season. Unfortunately, I am like a hamster spinning a wheel in my mind, but never really accomplishing much. It is a difficult time for many golfers in the northern climes and one I try to temper!

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A Golf Vacation Without Leaving Home

It is the time of year when most golfers are planning or dreaming of going on a golf vacation. I am one of those golfers, yet here I sit at home in the freezing cold dreaming of hitting the links. Well, I only have 96 days to go before opening day at Osprey Links Golf Course. Since I am not heading south for a few weeks, what is a golfer to do?

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It Is Transition Time

As the last glimmer of hope is snuffed out, I have officially entered the transition phase of my golf year. What exactly does that mean, well it is a sad time where I have to put my summer stuff away, dig out the winter stuff and prepare for five months of a winter wonderland. I am not complaining mind you because the winter offers other fun things to do that helps prepare my game for opening day just 167 days away.  Continue reading

Tale of an Amateur Golfer

Yesterday, I received this awesome response from Kevin, a member of The Grateful Golfer community. It sums up what most amateurs think when talking about golf. What I found most interesting is that as I read, I could see myself in many parts of his response. So instead of trying to describe it, I thought you would enjoy his story. Continue reading

How Golfers in Canada Feel About The Weather

Hey Grateful Golfers!

In Canada, we talk about the weather often. After two weeks of freezing weather, it is difficult to keep a positive outlook for warmer weather.

I just saw this video, it made me laugh and it sums up how we Canadian Golfers feel about the weather:

Have an awesome day!

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