Playing Winning Golf

It is interesting that our golf swing can be spot on and then in the blink of an eye be gone for an hour. This is what happened to me a couple of days ago when Rick and I played in the final Senior Men’s 2-man scramble event. We both played very well in cool (7° C, 45° F) dry weather conditions. Actually, I should saw we played very well on the first nine!

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Golfing With An Elder Statesman

Yesterday I had the honour of golf with Stan Cox; an elder statesman at my home course of Osprey Links. I have known Stan for years and he is a fantastic gentleman to chat with because he has lived history and is willing to share his experiences. Oh year, did I mention that Stan was 89 years young and turns 90 is less than two weeks!

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The Highs and Lows of Scramble Golf

As you can surmise from the title, our 3-person scramble did not go as well as we had hoped. Regardless of our play, we had a fantastic time and enjoyed our time playing “whack-where did that go?” As I had thought before we teed it up, GIR was the critical factor for scoring. A particular stat we did not excel in at all. Regardless, I am still a grateful golf and looking forward to Tuesday when we play again.

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Hitting Ball In Wet Conditions

My last 27 holes of golf were in very wet conditions. Because of this, I had go adjust many things about my game. This is not an unusual occurrence and is that happens several times throughout the year. Because of these changes (which I will outline below), my course management strategy needs tweaking and so does my swing plane. It all seems very complex, but in fact it really is not that difficult; it is all about adjusting the the playing conditions.

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