I'm on the driving range, warming up for a quick 9 holes after work. I'm feeling good, relaxed, swinging smoothly. The ball is flying straight and true. Can't wait to get on the 1st tee.
Par (good). Bogey (not so good). Double bogey (Uh-oh. Houston we have a problem.)
Somewhere in the first three holes my swing went from slow and smooth, to a forced motion. As anyone who's played the game of golf can testify, it's a feeling of frustration and anger like no other. Seemingly nothing changed from the driving range to the 3rd green, so why can't the ball do as it's told? (And there is certainly a great deal of vocabulary hurled at the ball in these circumstances.)
At this point in time, standing on the 4th tee, after slicing another drive into the bunker (on a parallel hole), all I want is for our golf pro to show up and tell me what I'm doing wrong. With just a few magical words of coaching and instruction, I know I could salvage my round.
Alas, in golf the pro is ne'er be found. As you walk up to every shot, it's still just you and the ball, and no one but you can make that swing.
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Have a great weekend and Happy Mother's Day!
P.S. Q. Why do they call it "golf?"
A. Because all the other four-lettered words were taken.