The Mid Point of My Golf Season

It is approximately the mid point of my golf season and I have to say, time is moving way to fast. It seems that every time I look around a week has passed. I am enjoying my time on the links, but our season is so short that it is important to maximize every opportunity. And so far, I believe I am doing that and more.

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Can You Feel It! It is Just Around the Corner!

With only 24 weeks until Christmas, we in the northern climes understand that the cool weather and white precipitation is only 16 weekish away. There is no time to waste as I have a few more golf goals to accomplish before the end of our season some time in October. I am not getting twitchy, but I feel the clock pounding in the background as I write this post!

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Time to Stop Harassing the GM and Superintendent For Things They Cannot Control

It is golf season in most of the northern climes! I chomped at the bit for so long waiting for golf season, I just need mother nature to cooperate. I have played 3 times (9 hole only) and want to get out more. On those days I could have played 18 holes, but carts were not available because the course was “too wet”. I mean common on, it does not seem that wet to me. So, lets get on with it! Additionally, the front 9 is still closed with no indication of when it is going to open. These are only a few of the current challenges facing my golf season from charging into full steam. So, what is the hold up; it has to be the General Manager and Superintendent!

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How Long Must We Wait For Golf Season?

We are counting the time in days now; well actually 188 hours; no 11280 minutes; no 676800 seconds! My point is that we are almost there and I can hardly wait to hit the links. The challenges of living in an awesome country is to have 7 months of golf season. I know many of you are debating my claim, but that is a discussion over a libation some day. But for now, my anticipation is growing exponentially as a patiently wait for the course to dry up.

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