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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Shooting Low Scores in Golf

I wish I had a magic formula that I could use to ensure that I always shot low golf scores. The fact that I don’t is nothing that causes worry, however only if wishing made it true. I asked the question about your lowest scores ever and I received many awesome responses. I want to thank everyone who took the time to write their score and location because it helps me pass the long hours of my off-season.

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Intense Focus on Golf For A While

Do you ever need a break from golf – either watching, writing, playing or talking? I sometimes run into a brick wall and like to step away and focus on other things. In October, I find this month the most compelling to seek other things to do and shelve golf for a bit. And other times, life provides a natural break where other aspects of day to day living take priority. For me, the latter is about to happen.

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