Golf bloggers check with the Supreme Court and learn slicing is curable
They’re “beefing up their coverage of Supreme Court golf” at the Golf Blog, which really means they are setting the standard. Mulligan continues this hard-hitting expose by letting us know Sandra Day O’Conner’s handicap is 12.8 while Justice John Paul Steven’s is a lofty 25.2. Just because he’s 85 is no excuse to avoid working on his game.
Bogey McDuff tells us how Texas Open tickets can be had easily, you just have to remind people that there is such a thing as the Texas Open.
“Playing golf with a slice, an uncontrollable shot that curves left to right, is something many golfers think they have to live with and accept. This is not true–even if you’ve been a chronic slicer for years,” writes Frank.
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