Friday, November 03, 2006

The Off Season

I'm tired. That's all I can say. The time has changed and it's now dark when I leave work. Even if I sneak out early there's no time for golf. Plus the rains have started. It's all very depressing -- it's officially "the off season".

On the plus side I've learned that there's a range with heated stalls not too far from my house. This year I took my driver and three wood out of my bag. I'm going to start researching drivers and buy one. Then I'm going to spend this off season working on the driver. That will be a nice bonus next year.

So I doubt I'll have a lot to post about over the next few months. However, in January I'm going to Taiwan and I will be golfing with my wife's uncle at a couple of incredible courses. I'll make sure to post about that.

Cheers!

Rob

5 comments:

The Armchair Golfer said...

Hey Bad, I remember those long dark winters in the Pacific Northwest. I spent 16 years in Seattle. I'm with you in spirit.

Getting to the range is a good idea. And you can hone that putting stroke by rolling some putts on the carpet.

mediaguru said...

Well at least your HIGH temp today isn't 26 like mine...

Artful Golfer said...

Enjoying your blog and hope all is well in Taiwan! I just started a new golf blog at www.artfulgolfer.com to journal my new experiences with golf. I've also added you to my 100+ golf blogroll at golfslo.com.

Jam Boy said...

Hope you're having a great winter. Those heated stalls are priceless. And please tell us all about Taiwan when you get back.

Kiwi said...

maybe living here isn't so bad after all. We can play all yer round