Monday, May 15

Unexpected Golf News Roundup

Day 0 without playing golf

You never know what will happen in golf. Not really.

This past weekend Annika Sorenstam missed her first cut since 2002 at the Michelob Ultra Open in Williamsburg, VA.

Raymond Floyd shot his age, no small feat when you’re 63 and still knocking around on the Champions Tour. He fell one stroke short, though, losing to Bobby Wadkins in the Boeing Championship in Destin, FL.

"I can't remember playing a round of golf where I really never missed a golf shot," Floyd was quoted as saying.

Me neither, Ray.

And in perhaps the most surprising golf news, I halted my golfless streak at 204 days, playing in a two-man scramble at Blacksburg Country Club (Virginia).

How did I do after such a ridiculously long layoff? I’ll report soon. Come back.

The Armchair Golfer


Anonymous said...

Wow 202 days without golf. I haven't played in a week and I'm going through withdrawl. Oh well at least you got back out there and hit the course.

Anonymous said...

Bet you had fun getting out and playing!

It looks like V had nice weather for it too.

Me neither, Ray,

-- Eat :)