June Golf Report
My first round of the month was at the Bill Woods Invitational, under the bright sunshine of southern Washington, when I paired up with my longtime friend Charles for a memorable round. We didn’t win on the scorecard but I’m confident we had more fun that day than any of the other competitors. My birdie on the challenging 10th was just one of many highlights.
I like to remind people that golf is not all about winning. It is about spending time with friends, enjoying the fresh air, exercise, and birdies.
When I play again, it will be with my own clubs, with my revamped swing, the same smooth putting stroke, and with my usually impeccable course management skills. There are going to be a lot of birdies.
But it will be hard to match the fun I had playing in June, including a staisfying victory over my young and athletic brothers. They, apparently, were more interested in looking good on the course than on winning.