I've never really liked the term "golf season." Yes, I understand it for parts of the country, but golf is played all year - and in terms of the best time to play, golf in the Fall is hard to beat. And though I realize the majors are done for the year, there's this little event coming up in a few weeks that you might enjoy - we like to call it the "Ryder Cup."
So here comes September - and cooler temps, a little color in the trees and some football to boot. Best time of the year? I vote yes.
Just a quick thought as so many of us enjoy time with family and friends on Labor Day.
There are thousands of people working so you can enjoy the day playing golf. Let's take this opportunity to say "Thank You" to the many PGA Professionals around the country sacrificing time with their families so that you can make the most of yours.
If you're anything like me - in terms of golf passion and skill level (or lack there of) - the thoughts of qualifying for - much less winning - the U.S. Open are pretty riduculous at best, hilarious at worst.
One of the great perks in working in golf - you get some cool things sent to you: Some shirts here and there, shoes on occasion, every once in awhile, a club. We love to look at, play with and review them - after all, golf is fun!, right?
But on occasion, I receive something that really stands out. And this morning - I did.
Jack and Arnie both have lemonade or lemonade type drinks. I think Mr. Sam Snead may have just outdone them.