Tag Archives: Texas Hill Country

The Best Laid Plans

Today was a sparkling, air cleared of pollen after the rains, spring day, a perfect day for a round of golf. The picture above is a shot of the 12th green at Scott Schreiner Golf Course in Kerrville, TX, where … Continue reading

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Tight Lies And Thin Shots: Part 2

I mentioned several months ago that we’ve been experiencing a drought and tight lies have become the norm. I get a lot of search hits that suggest other people are dealing with similar problems, either because of dry conditions or … Continue reading

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The Good Old Boys

A few weeks ago I mentioned that I was writing a local column reporting the results of the weekly tournament I play in and that I’d post a link to the column when I could. For those who are interested, … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead

I’ve never been much for New Year resolutions, but sitting around with a cold and/or allergies the past several days has made me pensive. It’s mountain cedar season in this part of the world. For those of you who don’t … Continue reading

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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

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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

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A Round With Willie

After years of on and off effort and frustration, I finally got my early ’80’s vintage turntable working again. It had developed a nasty buzzing sound and the cartridge mounting mechanism was broken. A repair shop got rid of the … Continue reading

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