Happy New Year!!!

Alas! The time has come to put 2020 well behind us. A year that was so challenging and difficult for so many. Please allow me to take a few minutes of your time with a few words. Thanks to everyone who took the time out from their lives to read, look, and listen to what … Continue reading Happy New Year!!!

2020 – My Golf Season and the Plan Moving Forward

When the calendar flipped from 2019 to 2020 I had a lot of optimism for my golf game. After having a stroke in 2018, 2019 was a strange year. Strange in the fact that even though I had lost a lot of clubhead speed because the left side no longer really "fires" I had my … Continue reading 2020 – My Golf Season and the Plan Moving Forward

Coping With “Lockdown 2.0”

As of December 26th at 12:01 a.m. the province that I live in (Ontario, Canada) has entered into another lockdown. The reason? Because the number of COVID-19 cases has seen a dramatic surge, bogging down emergency departments and hospital wards alike. A necessary evil to stem this nasty critter as we wait for the vaccines … Continue reading Coping With “Lockdown 2.0”

Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas (2020)

From me and my family to yours. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. From the bottom of my heart I hope that each and every one of you have a very happy and safe holiday season. 2020 has been a challenge, and this holiday season has been tough for almost everyone in one way or another. … Continue reading Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas (2020)

Happy Golf Festivus

Until The Next Tee!!

You’ve heard about it because of Frank Costanza. George’s somewhat intense father on the television show “Seinfeld”. Are you down because of the stress that is Christmas? Well, no need to fret. Because there is a “Festivus, for the rest of us”. December 23rd. Yep, it’s today. So get ready for the airing of the grievances and some feats of strength because it’s “Golf Festivus”.

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Airing of Grievances

Frank Costanza said it best. “I got a problem with you people! And now you’re going to hear about it”.

  • Slow play. I don’t care if we’re talking about Bryson “The Tortoise” Dechambeau or the folks at your local daily fee golf course. All that I know is this. There is no reason for rounds of golf to last longer than 3 hrs 45 min. Fun fact. When I played U.S. Open Qualifying everybody walked (of course). It was less than 3.5…

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