Hurdles on the Course

The poplar tree stands there alone in the midst of the eighteenth hole and invites golfers to hit it if that’s possible. Underneath it sits a wide bunker and lies a taunting moat on its right. This conifer is in straight alignment with the pin. Either we go over it or target away. The strokeContinue reading “Hurdles on the Course”

Recovery of the Swing

I was ecstatic to resume golf as the clubs reopened after lockdown. This happiness came at a price, my game wasn’t the same anymore.  Contrary to my expectations, I returned back to the course with a beginners game, and sometimes, it was even worse than that. I believed that being back there would exhaust theContinue reading “Recovery of the Swing”

On The Move

This morning was fresh and warm, I enjoyed the after dawn golf in full swing. The PAF course is well manicured; it is a testimony to the zeal of the management’s neatness. Golfers don’t lose balls here unless they drop it in water or hit out of bound over the wall. On the other sideContinue reading “On The Move”

Golf Under A Scorching Sun

I stepped on the weight machine and the increase in pounds was out of proportion. I decided to resume golf ASAP. The Golf management Committee at my regular golf club had closed the club taking a precaution in lieu of out of control virus proliferation.  My weight and coronavirus both are multiplying phenomenally.  Before nightfallContinue reading “Golf Under A Scorching Sun”