Golf’s Fall Lull

The fall lull has finally arrived. There is zero chance I will hit the links anymore in 2020, so it is time to shift my focus to other areas of interest. It is not that I am forgetting about golf, it is just time for other things. Having said that, I will keep writing every day as I have 68 days to go for another year’s straight of daily writing. The challenge, of course, will be to find interesting topics to write about. I have no specific articles yet, but I have several engaging ideas that I am mulling around. But for now, the fall lull is out of the starting blocks.

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Doing Minor Golf Club Maintenance

For years I have relied on my friends to help (complete) minor golf club maintenance. It is not that I did not have the skill, but more the knowledge to do simple things like change my grips. Well, I decided that relying on my friends is okay, it was time I took responsibility for my own equipment. Having said that, I took a small step forward and changed three of my grips last week and hope to test run my efforts on Sunday.

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Keeping Your Golf Equipment in Working Order

Most golfers have thousands of dollars invested in their golf equipment. I am one of those players who meticulously cares for their clubs to ensure that when I am ready to play, I will not be held back by faulty equipment. Other than cleaning, which is habitual, repairs and maintenance are important and happen all year around. The question I was asked recently is if I do my own maintenance or farm it out to a more experienced maintainer.

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