How’s Your Mini-Golf Skills?
You know it. I know it. We all know mini-golf can help our game.
But, why don’t we play mini golf more? Is it because we think it’s too easy? Or too hard? Or, could it be that we’re not confident in our putting? Hmm. Continue reading How Mini-Golf Can Help Your Golf Game
The World Long Drive Championship.
It was on TV this past week, and yes we watched it. Over two days, qualifying golfers tried to beat each other in distance to win the World Long Drive Championship belt and $125,000.
The format is a two-man match play bracket with eight balls each to hit in under 3 minutes for the longest drive. Continue reading A Lesson from the World Long Drive
Andrew Plays the Palmer Course
One of the most picturesque golf courses in our state is the Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort. The drive through the resort to the golf course is majestic with mountain and lake views. It’s definitely one of my favorite places.
It also happens to be the latest course Andrew has played in the U.S. Kids golf tournament. Continue reading The Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort
Hecklers have been around for a long time. Probably as long as the Mashie Niblick!
“The term originates from the textile trade, where to heckle was to tease or comb out flax or hemp fibres.” Wikipedia
These workers became known for their fiery outspokenness that reared up when the news was read to them while they worked. I’m sure it was as much fun listening to them as it was scary! Continue reading A Heckler in Every Crowd