A buddy of mine and I were out to dinner last night with our wives. The conversation quickly turned to our golf game. Surprise!
I told him in ear shot of his wife, that I had a tee time the next morning and why doesn’t he join me. He politely said no, but he had to go grocery shopping. Oh no! Then, on cue, his wife tunes in and says, go ahead honey with Sam and play golf. What a sweetheart! Gotta love her!
Page 2 of the story. He comes back and declines after getting the green light. All I can say, he is a better man than me. Once I get the green light, I’m off to smell the roses.
What about you?
See you on the 19th hole.
I started this blog some time ago and found, of all things, my golf game got in the way of making posts.
With summer coming to an end, I’m finding some time to share a few things with all my fellow golfers on this blog for retired golfers.
Yesterday, we had a travel day to Dover, DE and played Wild Quail Country Club. The course was challenging enough for me, with the fairways in terrific condition. The rough was exactly that a little on the rough side, but for the price you couldn’t beat it. With our Victory passbook we played 18 holes for $20 which included cart.
What a deal?
I played pretty crappy, but any day on the links is a good day.
Hope your summer has been great!
Early fall golf is some of the best. You’ve had all summer to practice. Let us know about your game or experiences. Make your comments below.
“The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty.” – Winston Churchill
What better time to talk than now. Get inspiration for retired golfers.
Check out the current tournament being played this week, the Insperity Invitational, going on this week , April 28 – May 2, 2014 at Woodland, Texas.
Check out the 3 greatest player of golf, Palmer, Nicklaus and Players, along with many other great golfers. You can view the Invitational on the Golf Channel.
Watching these older golfers gives me inspiration. Maybe there is still hope for you and me and our golf game. Check it out and let us know what you think?
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