Insights Into Golf, Life, and Turfgrass

It has been pointed out from many corners that I have been making a lot of birdie dances recently. I’ll personally take a lot of the credit for that, but I also want to share with you a new philosophy that is helping me to make incredible breakthroughs in my golf and in my turfgrass work. 

That philosophy? A simple (perhaps too simple?) one:

it’s not rocet science

I’m not quite sure what that means, but ever since I was introduced to this philosophy at a sporting goods shop in Sannomiya, I’ve made birdie after birdie, and breakthrough after breakthrough in my attempts to produce more incompehensible bubble charts and heat maps.

I presented the interactive and animated bubble charts in a seminar at University of the Philippines Los Baños last week, at the invitation of Dr. Amihan Arquiza. This seminar was actually a double debut, as this was also my first time to wear my new tie from Barneys New York. Taste, luxury, humor — Barneys New York is … a mecca for discerning fashionistas and clothing connoisseurs since 1923. Of course it is. This is not rocet science, after all. 

Nor is the birdie dance.

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