Monthly Archives: December 2012

Golf with Aloha

They say that golf is a “gentleman’s” game and  I’ve often wondered…Does golf attract “gentle people” or does it make people “gentle”?  It’s probably a little bit of both, but either way, my experience has been that, except for the very rare occasion where an unfriendly joins our foursome, 99% of the people I meet on the links are people ... Read More »

Golf From Paradise to Paris

As I watched the PGA Tour wind down 2012, it has never been clearer to me that unlike most other sports, golf is a nomad’s game.  Every week players travel around the globe to engage in competition with an international field that seems to live out of suitcases.  One week they’re dodging baboons in the Serengeti; the next they are ... Read More »

“A Hui Hou” Ka’anapali!

Everyone who knows me knows I am in love with Maui.  The “Valley Isle” combines the best of modern conveniences with the serenity and beauty of a tropical beach paradise.  And as far as the weather is concerned…let’s just say that the most boring job in the world must be being the weatherman on Maui – every day is the ... Read More »

Maui…Where the fairways are alive with the sound of…

Birdies Bugs Bees Bunnies Beauties AND . . . Groucho Marx!? STOP THE FORWARD PRESSES! I thought I was playing in the Golf Fore Gals (GFG) 5th Annual Maui Ladies Classic Golf Tournament?  Wahines… have you never heard of… “Proper” Dress Code? Well, it seems that clothing contraventions weren’t the only detours from golf’s honored traditions.  The Rule Book conveniently ... Read More »