When we pay our Senior fee ($11 each), we can go around as many times as we want. We can even go off for lunch and come back later in the day. I noted on my Fitbit that one time around only resulted in half my daily goal of 10,000 steps, so we'll need to play 18 holes whenever we can.
Last year I bought new clubs. My old ones were 17 years old, and I was pretty sure some new technology would improve my game. Then I wound up going to physical therapy and chiropractic, and the chiropractor said no golf until September, so the clubs are still nearly brand new. I was excited to get them out this year and I think I am hitting better, though they are not an instant cure-all. Aren't they pretty??
Stan hadn't golfed until I urged him to try it, and our friends, Melanie's in-laws Sharon and Bill, arranged for a group golf lesson for the family. It was fun and Stan got hooked! I had to explain to him that when someone shows you a new activity, it's bad form to show her up right away. I only beat him once or twice all last year. This year will be different! But he did beat me our first time out : (
|Stan makes a long putt|
|Darn, he beat me again today|
|The orange ball is easier to find when I'm off in the rough|
A great way to get outdoors and get some exercise!