Monthly Archives: September 2007

Solheim Cup brings out the best and worst in people

Well, the Internet seems to live forever, doesn’t it? Things that happened years ago are “news” to those who never saw them before. So was the case with the Irish Independent’s story about Catrin Nilsmark’s remarks about Cristie Kerr being a “brat” and Michelle Redman “having no talent”. I posted it yesterday because it was published in yesterday’s paper like ... Read More »

Solheim Cup tarnished by bad sportswomanship

Well well well…isn’t this story interesting – and sad! I guess I have take back what I said yesterday that there would be a lot less bitching at the Solheim Cup than the Tour Championship. I was wrong – but I wish I wasn’t. Can you imagine publicly saying these things about another golfer? I thought we were all gentlepeople ... Read More »

The secret to a great golf game at 90 years old —- a good wife

What a great story! Ken Darlington, a 90 year old man, regularly shoots under his age and amazes everyone he meets. And what’s best of all…he attributes it to his lovely wife, Lorraine of 64 years. I know I know…this is turning into a chick story, but how can one read this story and not walk away thinking “Wow….I sure ... Read More »

And I thought I was addicted to golf!

Can you imagine collecting over 5,000 books on golf – books that now have a total value of almost 1/2 million dollars and then giving them away? What a generous (or crazy) man. I love him! And to think he’s from my town – Vancouver. Lucky UBC students having a donation like that. Makes me want to go back to ... Read More »