Writing Golf Blogs Is Hard

Have you ever tried to write something for a diverse group of people with only one common thread. I can tell you from experience that it is a challenge at the best of times. This will be my first article in three days because I was engaged in growing my golf interests and did not have time to write articles. The break was great because it gave me time to recharge my thinking cap so I can move forward with some articles that might peak the interest of our regular and new readers.

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The Grateful Golfer Blog Exceeding All Expectations

When 2020 exploded onto the scene, I had high hopes for what this year was going to bring! Who would have thought that the whole world would be affected by a global pandemic. As spring slowly unfolded, my blog traffic continue as per normal. Nothing exciting, but consistent. I was happy with the results and forecasted that I would receive the same numbers as the previous year; approximately 85,000 views with 50,000 visitors. Then something happened, in May (the same month that my home course of Osprey Links opened), The Grateful Golfer received a massive uptake in numbers!

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Making The Top 50 Golf Blog

Four days ago, I was nominated by Golf Assessor as one of the top 50 blogs on the web. I am quite honored and I am currently 30th overall.

The list has many popular names that I follow and read. And if you look down the list, the blog in position 24 will be well know to the Grateful Golfer Community.

I want to thank Golf Assessor for the nomination and look forward to moving up the list!

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I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!