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 just closed the door and left them in the shed. I don't know what is wrong with me. This is the first spring where I haven't been excited about getting out and playing since I took up the game. Could it be the fear of hurting my knee? I am still waiting on Worker's Comp... Could it be the courses that I would normally be playing are closed permanently. Perhaps it is because it feels like the whole world has gone to 💩, and the thought of chasing a white ball around a grassy field seems completely meaningless. I even drove past a golf course filled with golfers yesterday. The site of a golf course in the spring would normally ignite that flame inside of me, but not this year. I wasn't even slightly tempted to take my clubs to Florida the week before last. Could this be a farewell to golf?