Tuesday, 21 November 2006


I played golf this afternoon with matt and scott. Since the pitch and putt down the road closes at 2, we thought that to save money, we would go down after it closed, since there would still be a couple of hours of daylight left.

Playing golf when the golf course is closed is technically more of a challenge, since the flags are removed, so we cannot actually see where the hole (or in scotts case green) is. So it was just a case of hit it straight, hope for the best. However, i seem to perform a lot better when there are no flags, maybe it is due to the lack of pressure, if there is a flag i have something to aim at. Whereas, when there is a large patch of grass (the green) I can be less accurate and just aim for straight line.

Turns out i am good when there is no pressure, i hit the ball straight and cleanly most times. Go me, at this rate I will be the next Tiger Woods.


Liz said...

Except Tiger Woods usually aims at flags. I suppose if you were that good you could demand they took the flags out for you.

GatorUnit said...

Haha, good point, maybe if i tell the competition people, "i only play in semidarkness and without flags. I will win? do you think they will let me?

Liz said...

Don't see why not.