Yesterday was beautiful early spring day in Ohio as is today. It is going to break 70 for the first time this year. Since we are now on DST, I would typically be thinking about going out to play 9 holes after work or cutting out a bit early to get some golf in. I would have normally been on the golf course yesterday for sure, but I am just not feeling it this year. I did a bit of yard work and took the patio furniture out of the shed. While doing that, I saw my golf clubs sitting there, and I ju
One of my players (who normally shoots about 74 to 77) shot a 71. Another who normally shoots 75 to 78 shot 74.
And I had a player who normally shoots 80-84 shoot 95, too. Some of that was putting, though, as the greens were relatively fast today.
I may have missed some details along the way. You are enrolled in college, yes? "Methodist" is which college?
Right now you are pursuing a degree in Professional Golf Management (PGM)? I am slightly familiar with the PGM program as a state university in Michigan has a PGM degree program (Ferris State in Big Rapids, MI). It would be great if you obtain an internship down the road at Augusta or some other well known club. We ran into a Ferris State PGM student/intern working as the starter