Tag Archives: Golf’s Sacred Journey

The Road To Utopia

As promised in my last post, I headed out to Utopia for a round of golf. It’s a pleasant drive through nice scenery, and it prepares you for a relaxing day. David L. Cook, the author of Golf’s Sacred Journey, … Continue reading

Posted in golfing memoir | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Swinging Again

A few posts ago, I promised to stay away from the course for a while and wait for my game to heal. Well, I didn’t touch a club for two whole weeks. That wouldn’t have been a long time for … Continue reading

Posted in reflections on golf | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

The Sand Crab Goes Long

It was a scorcher, and after a quick round in the slightly cool of the morning I wandered into the grill for an early lunch. I figured I was safe from the Sand Crab before noon, but I heard his … Continue reading

Posted in The Sand Crab | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Two New Golf Movies

After a July 4th week of ignoring everything that looked like work, I sat down yesterday with my new Golf Digest. I scanned the usual columns and then noticed a two page spread on a new movie that’s has been … Continue reading

Posted in book thoughts | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Say It Again, And Again, And Again, …

Dustin, a comic strip in my local paper, ran a series of strips poking fun at Golf Digest for publishing issues that are all alike.  One day the wife staples a new issue cover on an old issue and the husband doesn’t … Continue reading

Posted in book thoughts | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment