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How many golfers can swing one club?

For the last several years I’ve played almost all of my golf at my home course. I enjoy playing different courses, but that isn’t how things have worked out recently. But last week I got a call from a guy … Continue reading

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My Reasons To Like Golf

After much head scratching, navel gazing, and creative napping I’ve come up with my reasons to like golf. These reasons apply solely to me. Any resemblance to the reasons of others is purely coincidental, although not necessarily impossible. I mentally … Continue reading

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A Golfer Looks At 60

Jimmy Buffet leads off the B side of his 1974 album A1A with A Pirate Looks At 40. The song is the musings of a lover of the sea, looking back on the years so far. (Buffet is past 40 … Continue reading

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Skins With Buddha Update

My effort to maintain a zen-like state while playing with the Stooges has been delayed. When I arrived for the skins game I learned that this was the final game for the Cotton Baron before his return to Lubbock for … Continue reading

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Does Buddha Play Skins?

After my last post I went to the bookshelf and pulled down Zen Golf by Joseph Parent to see if he had any comments relevant to the subject. As you would expect, a large part of the book is devoted to … Continue reading

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Would You Rather Play With The Stooges Or Buddha?

I’ve never decided which type of round of golf I enjoy the most. Much of my golf is played with my regular group and the chatter often reminds me of hilarious rounds at Ponkaquogue Municipal Golf Links and Deli with … Continue reading

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