Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to celebrate the many wonderful things in our lives. As people decide to virtually share in the festivities with family and friends, from a distance, it is time to reflect and give thanks.Continue reading
This article is not about the bizarre things I find on-line or about the crazy stuff clowns down when playing; it is about the few things I have seen recently that is worthy of sharing. Of course interesting is in the eye of the beholder and well, here we go.Continue reading
Not much for day. So thought I would drop you a quick video to amuse. See you tomorrow.
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!
Every morning I rise early from my slumber and slowly amble towards the kitchen. I prepare the coffee, have a small snack, and set up my computer to check the news (not just golf stuff) and of course the weather. This time of year offers some unique challenges to playing golf and each morning I like to think about my golf game and of course the activities I will do before or afterwards. It is a solid routine that allows me to wake up slowly and develop a plan to accomplish something during my waking hours.Continue reading
Fall golf does have a tendency to reek havoc on my golf game. As I generally play 4 times a week with no more than a two day layoff between games, my golf game stays pretty sharp most of the time. However, due to the weather challenges and life commitments, I can go 4 or 5 days without swinging a club. I do have my practice area at my house, but generally I am busy or the weather does not cooperate to make it of any use. Alas, when I have a prolong break, I notice rust starting to form. Does this happen to you?Continue reading