Most Interesting Golf Shot Of The Day

This is a follow up from yesterdays article about playing with hickory shaft golf clubs. I meant to add it to the post, but missed it all together. This particular shot happened on the 9th hole of Osprey Links during the Golf Historical Society of Canada event. I have never see this result before and thought it was worth sharing.

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Middle Of The Fairway Yardage Markers

I came across the discussion the other day on whether yardage markers in the middle of the fair way are needed. With the advent of electronic measuring devices, the historic method of measuring distances by a red, white or blue stack seems passé. Well, I am not convinced this is the case, however other methods of none electric methods of indicating distances can be used.

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Lucky Bounces… or Not!

Golf is a game where an inch here or there makes all the difference. As a golfer, we call these lucky or unlucky bounces. They can bring elation or despair depending on the results. It is impossible for me to count the number of wayward shots that resulted in positive results and, conversely, the same for negative results. Call it karma, divine intervention or a fluke, these bounces are a part of golf. And yesterday on the 9th hole at Osprey Links Golf Course is a perfect example of what I am talking about. Continue reading