Playing Great Golf and Finishing Out Of The Prizes….Sort Of!

Golfing in tournaments can be great fun, especially if you finish in the prizes. I mean why compete if you are not really trying to take home some hardware; right? The Sportspal 2-day golf tournament ended yesterday and our team finished 5th in the first flight. Blair and I played very well, but could not seem to show it on the score card. It was unfortunate, but overall we were very happy with our game. Unfortunately, we as a team, did not finish in the prizes, but that does not mean that one of us walked away empty handed.

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Health, Fitness, and Golf

Do you know the common denominator that drives success in the areas of health, fitness, and golf? It is a constant and interrelated quantity that affects how well we improve in these and many other areas of our lives. Of course the simple answer is time! There is only a limited supply of it and depending on where you spend it, will depend on how successful we are in all aspects of our lives.

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The Twilight Zone of Golf

This is a tough time of year for most golfers in the northern hemisphere. We are transitioning from great to moderate to mediocre to poor golfing weather. Only the fanatical will continue to golf until the courses close on 31 Oct. And a few will brave the cold temperatures to golf longer.

Personally, I am a great to moderate weather golfer. I find that I have other things to do that are just as fun and interesting than to hit the links. It is not a bad thing, but the nature of golfing in colder climes. Unfortunately, this is where the twilight zone of golf starts. Continue reading