I am overwhelmed and elated at the recent resurgence in interest at The Grateful Golfer. I was looking at the tombstone data about my blog and realized I had hit one of original goals of 500,000 visitors.
Starting my golf musings in May 2012, I have used my writings as a way to cope with my health and mental challenges that started in 2009. Surprisingly, you the reader responded by continuing to support me every step of the way. For that I am truly grateful!
Thank you everyone for your continue support of The Grateful Golfer. Words cannot express my gratitude. Have an awesome day!
In the past, I always removed my jewelry because I thought it interfered with my swing. Additionally, wearing rings would hurt my fingers so I always removed everything. Over the years, as my grip improved, I relented and now wear my wedding ring. That is the only piece of jewelry I wear and I do not plan to change that anytime soon. Additionally, I was thought that wearing something like a watch would affect the tempo of my swing.
Today is an amazing day. This is my 1000th post to the Grateful Golfer. I started this blog exactly 1654 days ago and never thought it would last this long. I have written about all kinds of golf topics and believe that the information provided has improved over the years. Continue reading →
The final round of the US Women’s Open golf championship is today. Due to life events, I have not watched a single stroke. Of course this is disappointing, but there is nothing I can do about it.
I have watched the scores and see the Lydia Ko is at the top of the leaderboard. This is not a big surprise, but I was disappointed to see that Brooke Henderson did not make the cut (actually she made the cut and I was mistaken – note added on 11 July 16). Henderson’s performance will be dissected by the pundits, but for we, I will suggest that she will be back soon vying for another championship. Continue reading →