Andover gold outlasted New Prague by four shots to win an abbreviated Bunker Hills Invitational May 8.
Lately we have heard ad nauseam about how the game of golf is in decline and in trouble. All the affiliate organizations are scrambling to figure out how to stem the loss of golfers and save the game with millions of dollars of programs and advertising.
It sure hasn’t felt like spring, but the calendar says it is, so I guess we’ll believe it.
Spring means many of the area golf courses have opened in the past couple weeks. With all the recent rain the courses are becoming quite green and should have some healthy growth.
Girls golf in the ABC Newspapers coverage area is as strong as ever with Class A state champion Legacy returning several key players. Andover senior Sierra Langlie will attempt to make a sixth state appearance and Blaine will look to duplicate last spring’s successful run to the section team title.
Well it’s nearing the end of the golf season once again. It was far too short of a summer this year with the late start and seemingly early fall, or maybe it’s my imagination. I will admit this year that I saw a fairly substantial drop in my golf game as my average score went up considerably and I started the process of trying to figure out what to do to fix it.
Karma – the dictionary defines it as the cosmic principle according to which each person is rewarded or punished in one situation according to that person’s deeds in the previous situation.