A Heckler in Every Crowd

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

How is Your Perspective in Golf and Life?

Perspective – the art of drawing solid objects on a two-dimensional surface so as to give the right impression of their height, width, depth, and position in relation to each other when viewed from a particular point. – Google

Have you ever looked at a golf course, thought it would be easy to play, but find that it was surprisingly difficult? Continue reading How is Your Perspective in Golf and Life?

Golf Fundamental – Keep Your Focus

When Cleve and I were first married we loved to compete in golf tournaments together.  He would play, and I would caddie for him.  I was new to golf, so Cleve would just talk to me about his next shot, where he wanted to hit the ball and what club he was going to use.  I learned a lot by caddying.  The caddy can see what’s going on with the player, the course, and the game, sometimes when the player can’t.  I remember one time when we learned an important golf fundamental on focus. Continue reading Golf Fundamental – Keep Your Focus