on the first tee?
"GOLF IS MY PASSION" Happiness is being on the golf course from sunrise to sunset!!!
I know it bothers some people that there are women on the golf course but we women are here to stay. So let us all be happy and get along with one another!! There is no reason to be upset!! Golf is for everyone so "Get with the program."
Do you LOVE golf?
My honey wishes I did not "REALLY, REALLY, REALLY LOVE GOLF". He wishes I could be content just canning vegetables every day! He does not think my golf is a passion. He refers to my golf as:
"The Addiction That Is A 'Hole' Lot Of Trouble"
PLACES TO VISIT
LPGA The LPGA will always be first on my list.
Rules. Are you sure you know all the rules?
BAD GOLF MAGAZINE: "As a bad golfer you must always remember, there are more of us than 'them'."
TEETIME. New England Women's Golf Magazine.
St. Duffer. Our Patron Saint.
Golf Bytes. Hopefully, we have a lot more to learn about this great game.
Search the internet for your particular golf interests.
Golf 101 . Tips, quizzes, instructions, etc.
Golf Chat. A place to make comments and get responses. Scheduled chats at 4pm, 7pm, and 10pm EST.
Golf. Canadian golf.
The Golf Channel. Each week highlights a new lesson. Look at the schedule so you can set your VCR. Plus more.
Before I leave I have one wish for my fellow golfers. I hope you never hear these words:
"You've just got one problem. You stand too close to the ball after you've hit it".
There's my ball!
Boston, a city that began in 1630 before golf, as we know it, became a game. The place where Mother Goose is buried. The world's first computer museum can be found here. The first public school was built here in 1635. America's first subway system was built in Boston in 1895. One of the tunnels, on the blue line, is the first in the world to be built under the ocean. (New York City likes to claim they had the first subway but it only had one station which got lost and buried!)
Boston is known as "The Hub of the Universe" --- "The Cradle of Liberty". In 1773 Boston had a Tea Party that we all still remember. "Old Ironsides" is the oldest commissioned warship in the world that is still afloat and it can be found in Boston harbor. Visit the Olde Corner Bookstore where Longfellow, Thoreau, and Emerson met.
In 1919, Commercial Street had a molasses tsunami. The United States Alcohol Company had a storage tank holding 2.3 million gallons of molasses. It exploaded and the sticky stuff traveled 35 mph killing people and animals in its path. (I wonder if the Puritans had anything to do with this...) Some have said that the smell of Molasses still hovers in the North End of Boston.
The Boston stangler has gone so please come and visit. Maybe the spirit of my childhood still hangs on the corner of Newbury and Fairfield Sts.