Osprey Links Pulls The Pins For The Last Time In 2020

It is official! Yesterday, Osprey Links has pulled their pins for the last time in 2020. After 155 days and thousands of rounds, Jeff Rogerson (GM/DM) decided to put an end to this tumultuous season. It was a great year considering the many COVID restrictions and I am already looking forward to next year.

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Measure Twice, Cut Once

Anyone who has tried to build anything out of wood will know the saying ‘measure twice, cut once’. It basically means to be sure of your measurements before using the saw. This is a great tip that saves time and money. This building tip is also valuable on approach shots. Knowing (and not guessing) the distance we want to shoot is difficult sometimes, but not if we take our time and know what distance we actually want to hit.

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My Last Round Of Golf in 2020 – Maybe

Yesterday, I played what is likely my last round of 2020. I know I have said this before, but the temperatures are really starting to turn and rain is in the forecast for the next 6 of 7 days. So, the chances of me rushing to the golf course is very low. However, yesterdays round of 79 was a great way to finish 2020 and I notice some cool things that I thought I would share.

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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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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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