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It looks like summer is finally here. Yes it’s true, the summer that we have been anxiously awaiting for the past couple of years.
Addictive may be the best way to describe the game of golf. For those of you that have been bitten by the golf bug, you know exactly what I mean. This game knows no boundaries, has no prejudices, few physical limitations and no age restrictions. In short, it’s truly the greatest game in the world.
A walk in the park, as golf is sometime referred too, this is as good as it gets.
Golf as we know it today originated from a game played on the eastern coast of Scotland in the Kingdom of Fife during the 15th century. Players would hit a pebble around a natural course of sand dunes, rabbit runs and tracks using a stick or primitive club.
When I think of the beach, happy thoughts come to mind. Bare feet, shorts, sun, sand castles, water sports and possibly even a margarita. Everything about the beach makes me happy and relaxed. This is not necessarily the case on the golf course.
Thank god it’s Friday (as I pen this column)! It has been a heck of a week. A tradition at the end of the work week is hooking up with good friends, visiting your favourite watering hole to share a few laughs with and just unwinding.
Distance is primarily the first and most important improvement that many players want to change when discussing their game.
It’s all about control. It seems reasonable that in order to hit the golf ball with consistency and with maximum distance that we should hold onto the golf club with all of our might, taking the club back and then attempting to return the club back to the ball.
What a way to spend Father’s Day! Indoor activities it seems, was the name of the game Sunday.
For the first time this year it feels like summer! This past week we have seen seasonal warm weather and it appears, according to the weather man, that we shall continue to experience the true heat of summer. Great golfing weather has finally arrived and hopefully is here to stay.
Golf is the most humbling game that I have ever played.
Look outside and you shall see, the smiling faces of frosty (the snowman) and me.
First of all, I would like to extend to all of our readers a warm a happy Mothers Day. It was your day mothers, and I hope you spent it doing exactly what you enjoy doing.