Finding Golf Balls And Giving Them Away

During every round of golf I spend some time in the woods or hazard area looking for a golf ball. More often than not, it is someone else’s ball, but that is not really a problem when I play. We all hit wayward shots and assist others looking for their golf ball. It is not unusual for me to find several golf balls while on the hunt that I do not play or want to carry around. Usually, I toss them to my playing partners with out a thought. It is a great way to share resources and lighten my golf bag at the same time.

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Goodbye 2020 – It Is Time For A New Golf Season

Well, we made it! Today is the last day of 2020 and I am sure there is no one sad to see it leave. Without going through all the nause, lets just agree that it is time to welcome 2021 with open arms. Look forward, I have a great sense of hope and positivity! I do not begrudge the golfing conditions last year because given all the restrictions, I believe the management and staff at Osprey Links Golf Course did an outstanding job limiting the impact of COVID on our golf game. Given that 2021 offers a greater opportunity to golf an entire season, I am happy to say goodbye to 2020.

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Catch and Release in Golf

An outdoor sportsman understands the term catch and release. I mainly applies to fishing, but I am sure there are other sports where it can be used. And I have decided that golf is one of those sports. I bet you are wondering how the heck this is so, but I assure you that it is nothing nefarious, yet it does apply.

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Is A Lost Golf Ball Really Lost?

With the number of golf balls I find over the course of a year (you are welcome Rick and Blair), I wonder if golf balls are really considered lost? We hit them deep into the woods, search for three minutes, and then carry on with a different ball in our hand. As we add two strokes to our scorecard we lament about another ball being lost!

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Finding Golf Balls In Unusual Places

Most golfers are natural ball hawkers. We are always on the look for a round treasure to either keep or share. In my case, I share most of the golf balls I find with Rick and Blair because I like to stick to my brand as much as possible. Additionally, I do not carry a ball retriever, but fortunately Blair does and from time to time, it comes in handy!

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