I nearly broke 80 on Saturday. I never have, and I didn’t, but I will.
It seems to me that if you play really well on a course on Saturday, it’s not a good idea to play the same course on Sunday. It kills the thought process.
“I hit a great shot here yesterday, so I’ve got to hit a great one today.”
Rarely happens. And if it did, what would be the sense of playing? Every day is different, every round is different. Otherwise, life (to borrow the title of Dan Jenkins’ book) would be “dead solid perfect.”
We golfers can be a strange lot. We’ll buy a lot of “stuff” guaranteed to improve our scores. But Callaway has taken this concept one step further. It’s selling a product to help us see our scores.
Yes, the “Callaway Scorecard Reader Glasses,” described as follows:
And they cost only $39.99!!!
I have a similar pair in my bag. Three for $10 at Ocean State Job Lot.
A lot of us golfers may be crazy. But we’re not stupid.