Monthly Archives: March 2010

Golfers who give back are my kind of people

Recently I was asked by a colleague of mine why I tweet. She understood why Facebook was so popular, but Twitter’s value was not obvious to her. I felt that way when I first started tweeting, but decided to give it some time and it didn’t take long for its value to jump off the screen at me. Twitter has introduced me some of the greatest ... Read More »

My Top Ten Golf Holes on Maui

It’s hard to believe it’s almost American Thanksgiving. And although I have much to be thankful for, including the ability to play the game I love (even if golf doesn’t always love me back), I’m not all that grateful today as I look out to the wet, cold weather that has settled in to my town (and is expected to ... Read More »

Golfing during the Winter Olympics

There is nothing quite as wonderful as your first golf game of the season, no matter how you play. But, when it happens in the middle of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, it’s that much sweeter. My golfguy and I always start our golf season at the Northview Golf and Country Club in Surrey, for many reasons: Course conditions ... Read More »