Monday, October 30, 2006


During his press conference prior to his Hall of Fame Induction, Larry Nelson made a poignant assessment of the game of golf. "... every day when I go out on the first tee until I finish the 18th hole, it's a life. It's a total life between those ... from the first hole to the 18th hole because you are going to have good shots, you're going to have bad shots, you're going to be happy, you're going to be sad, you're going to want to just play forever and you want to quit on the next hole. I mean it's just a little mini-life every round of golf you play, and if you can't wake up the next morning and have a new life, this game will kill you."

I haven't hit a ball since I lost the "pink" ball on the final hole & disqualified my team during employee golf on July 19th (see blog post).
I suppose it's time to wake up & start a new life. Thanks Larry!

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