Saturday, November 13, 2010

Golf Deficit Disorder

We would like to report the observation of an insidious condition that has struck in the heart of our local golfing community—Golf Deficit Disorder (GDD).

Symptoms appear to be sinus headaches, seasonal affective disorder (from lack of time outdoors in the sunlight), impatience with all others in our general vicinity, and ear wax.

The only treatment we have found that may alleviate this condition is putting the golf bag in the trunk of the car and getting out there on the golf course.

We can report happily that a recent string of days of above-average temperatures in our Four Corners has allowed us a few rounds at Civitan GC, and some of the symptoms of our GDD are abating.

1 comment:

  1. I have it! I have it! What do I do? Do trips to Florida also help this condition?