Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Armchair Golf

When the snow won’t melt, the thermometer won’t rise, and we find our bronchial tubes attacked by some sneaky germs, we have to find new and creative ways to stay in touch with our beloved game. We have two proposals:

1. Bookshelf golf. A copy of Extraordinary Golf sits next to our favorite armchair. This book came to us via a dear non-golfer friend who got it from her life coach. It’s all about intention. See—haven’t we been telling you all along that golf is more about life than it is about hitting things?

2.       The  Golf Channel.  For people who have way too many channels and too much time on their hands.    We might know some of these people, but we will refrain from true confession here.

We welcome more suggestions from our faithful readers. What do YOU do when you just can’t put your clubs in the car and get out there on the fairways?

There may be prizes for truly inspired ideas, so please submit.

1 comment:

  1. Well, I join a MOOC in digital storytelling and am already so confused I could scream. Great reminder of how students sometimes feel.

    And please don't ask me to translate MOOC.