Golfers are delusional – I am a golfer

By | Thought

12 years after playing #4 on the CHS varsity golf team as a senior, I’m starting to golf again. My dad was right when he told me way back when “when you’re older, you’re gonna be glad you golfed some when you were young”.

My clubs are the same 20 year old hand-me-down Callaway knock-offs my dad gave me 15 years ago. So, I’m in the market for some modern clubs that are fitted to my longer than average wrist-floor length.

Last fall I swung a set of Cleveland Launchers that Mike has. Wow, they’re easy. They fit into the “super forgiving”, “for beginners” category. Bottom line is they’re easy to hit and I hit them consistently. I could play some decent golf if I was consistent (couldn’t we all). Perfect!

Now – time to get some opinions.

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Run through walls

By | Thought
Grit is my favorite human characteristic. It’s an interesting one, and I think it’s easiest to see at the gym. How you respond when you’re dead tired and still have a hill to climb is important.
For what it’s worth, I haven’t been to the gym in 18 months.

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