What makes you want to purchase a new product; something that you have never tried before? Is it usefulness or relevance to your life? Is it the promises that the packaging makes? Is it the look and style of that packaging? Is it practicality? Is the price tag a large factor? What actually makes you take that package off the shelf and take it to the register; confident that you will be satisfied with this new venture?
Blog | Mary-Rene's Thoughts on Golf
Welcome to 2015! A new year normally makes people feel good about making new starts. A new year gives you a chance to start over with your golf game. Forget about all the double bogeys, the sand traps, and the water hazards that got you stuck in your 2014 game. Now is your chance to wipe the score card clean and start fresh on the course. Try something new to refresh your game and make it feel different in a good way.
Golf is a leisure sport that takes time to play. Most people plan on four to five hours for a game, including lunch at the club house. You need to take your time focusing on the set up of your drive, time to choose your drives down the fairway, and time to line up your putts once you are on the green. Although, some holes take longer than others, balls get lost, hazards get contended with, and clubs get left behind, tee times are set with the intention that groups will not have to wait on one another. There is not much help for lost balls and sand traps. For lost clubs and pace of play, there is the Caddy Clipz Golf Accessory!
You’re golfing with your friends and having a great time. The weather is perfect and you are hitting well. You’re close to the green now after hitting good enough to score par or a possible birdie on this hole. You set your putter down on the ground behind you as you chip up onto the green. Your pressure is perfect, it rolls…low and behold you sink it! A birdie! You are excited and your friends are too, cheering and high-fiving. You mark your score, wait for the others to finish, and then go back to the cart moving forward with the game.
At 100+ degrees and 100 percent humidity in July and August, it is too hot to enjoy a game of golf during a Florida summer. At below freezing with 20 mile per hour wind gusts and half a foot of snow in January and February, it is too cold (or mostly impossible) to enjoy a game of golf during a Northern winter. Forget enjoying the game anywhere during a rainy season. For those who love the game and hate to go without it; what to do? Figure out a way to still enjoy it! Golf can still be a big part of your life without actually playing on the course.
I was reading back through my blogs and had to chuckle at the title, “Rain is not a Golfer’s Best Friend.” I chuckled because I wrote that blog before I witnessed a golf tournament being played in the pouring rain. After witnessing that, I would change the title of my previous blog to something along the lines of “rain is not my best friend when I am golfing.”