Enjoy your time off. Make sure you splurge on the extra dough for a caddy at Pinehurst. My looper had been there for 50+ years and there was not a put on that course he hadn't seen, not to mention having some great stories about toting the bag for some true legends like Tommy Bolt and Hogan. Enjoy.
How to break 100? A famous golfer, whose name escapes me now, said the most important wood in your bag is the pencil. It might be your best shot.
There's another saying that the guy with the fastest cart never has a bad lie. Unfortunately, we'll be using caddies that day.
Charles, I disagree with you about guns but I sure envy you playing Pinehurst #2. As for your question about how to break 100, tee off with your 7 iron. And play to the center of those elevated greens.
A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do.
Break 100 at Pinehurst? BWAHAHAHAHAHA! May the Force be with you...there and in Tokyo. Maybe that's the answer to your so-called readership dilemna: make up some juicy geisha stories.
You should have picked me up and brought me along. Pinehurst ain't that far from UNC, dadgumit. I'm speaking like this, of course, for the benefit of Howard Dean.
Hope you enjoy your time off.
Sometimes we all need a break. Take care.
Charles, if you're still checking any of this, I have a question for you regarding business I was hoping you could help me with.
If you have a moment. firstname.lastname@example.org
You know you want to write a Scourge, Charles. The Force is not strong enough in you to enable you to resist!
Yes Andrea. I desperately do..., but so far, I've been able to resist.
Hey, Charles --
In cleaning up and messing with my own blog I closed all comments older than three days old with the close-multiple-comments script I use. (It closes comments on all the blogs here.) It finally occured to me that you might not have wanted that done, so I reopened them for this post. Let me know if you want any previous entries opened; or you can open them yourself in the MT entry menu.