Monthly Archives: August 2007

The Game of Golf – links poetry at its best

Time for more levity…came across the poem on the Fred and Cathy radio blog on Clear FM. Not sure if I have the author right, but I think it is from Tom Galloway. Anyway…it’s so perfect for those who love golf! THE GAME OF GOLF In my hand I hold a ball….white and dimpled, rather small….Oh , how bland it ... Read More »

Hitting the Grass Ceiling

For all women who still feel naked on the first tee…this article is for you. Remember the first time you had to get up in front of an audience and make a presentation or a speech? I do….my knees were shaking and there was a huge frog in my throat. That was many years ago and I still see the ... Read More »

Sergio had a Big Boo Hoo after a big Boo Boo

Well, this shocked me when I heard about it, but not so much that Sergio signed an incorrect score card, but that they still score golf championships like this. Trusting your opponent to keep your score seems ludicrous to me. Where did that brain dead idea come from? Sergio is having the best and worst years of his career possibly ... Read More »

Golf – music to my ears (literally!)

Well…this story certainly caught my attention. I have to say that if I could improve my tempo, I could chop 10 strokes off my game, no problem. I wonder if “Fore Inventors Only” have seen this. I would love to give it a try. My 7 iron would be the perfect club to start…then my driver. Of course, I may ... Read More »

I’m no Beckham, says Tiger

Maybe not, but Tiger certainly should have been the “poster child” for this year’s PGA in the Tulsa airport. What’s Phil doing plastered on the walls? Interesting that the non-controversial comment to that fiasco was “Somebody didn’t think. They just plastered Phil’s face on the wall.” No…someone thought long and hard about that – and that someone was Callaway Golf. ... Read More »

No Dogs. No Women

As a woman who has “grown up in a man’s world” in the business of high technology, I am pretty used to getting treated with respect and equally among my peers (with a few exceptions that don’t deserve to be mentioned). So, I was quite amazed by all the excitement of the LPGA playing at St Andrews. One…I didn’t know ... Read More »