I was visiting a friend’s house the other night and we starting talking about sports.
Big surprise, right?
We talked about the sports we had all played as kids and in college.
I was lucky enough to be a starter during the 3M Championship last week in Blaine. I have been going to the tournament for the past seven years, but this time it was different.
I received an email earlier this month referencing a recent article at Golf.com by Peter Kostis, “How Golf Lost Its Way.”
For the first time in several years, I attended the PGA merchandise show in Florida.
I’m not sure about you, but I get exhausted watching the political ads this time of year. Hearing everyone fight on TV about how this person is “good” for America and that person is “evil” or bad for America.
PGA Tour player Matt Kuchar reminds me why I made managing golf courses my career. Even before he won the Players Championship this year, he just seems like he was having fun, almost no matter what. From what I have been able to research, he has been like this for his entire golf career. He credits his mother and father for instilling this in him.
As I sit down to write this column, I have the Masters on in the background. The sun is shining and I am surrounded by my family. Not sure it could get much better.