Cool! Your itinerary takes in the places in SW Ireland I got to visit back in 2006, plus a lot more. Good luck with the driving; I doubt I would have the fortitude to take on some of those narrow, stone wall lined goat tracks.
Hi folks. Have lurked for years but Signed up today. Quick question.
I've played hurling (Irish national sport) so I'm used to SWINGING through a ball. And I've tried bringing that to my golf game. Swing through the ball and gather it on the way.
But I really strike the ball well when after transition I simply dump the club on the ball and the energy of the swing pulls me into a finish.
Which is more desirable?
That not very expensive part of the lesson is the website hosting not the forum software which is free. As I said there are other benefits for me to have the domain.
Not looking for an App, social media or anything outside of a privately hosted forum on a domain of my choosing. This is not business, it is personal.
I think there are a lot more people out there who have never learned the rules. I know some golfers and have encountered golfers who just started playing on the course with some buddies.
When you spend you life just going out with some buddies to hit the ball around, with no money on the line, no wagers, nothing to play for but pride, they never learn about OB's or any of these rules.
Golf is unlike any other sport. If you start playing baseball/basketball/football as a kid, you start on a team, with skills and instructions. the rules are modified, but it is still the same sport, unlike golf.
Golf is the only sport I can think of where on any given day on any given course half the golfers are playing strictly by the rules and the other half may not be.
I know a 80 year old Vet whose clock is ticking down, quickly, he does not bother to tee off on 1/2 the holes and may not put on the other half, but he is happy to be out there. Who am I to tell him he is not playing "Golf"?