I didn't watch one shot of the U.S. Open. . .
Yes, Chris, I’ve been a bit M.I.A. Between the Pistons’ run and me moving home from Florida after my great “Real 9-5 Job Experiment” (which was short-lived, I have diagnosed myself with “Job A.D.D."), I haven’t had many thoughts on golf aside from “wouldn’t it be great to get paid to golf?”
As a result, I’m out hitting the links five times a week in Michigan and will soon be bringing you all the latest in a state depleted by the loss last night. Between that and the auto industry, I wonder how some around here get up in the morning.
So far Chris, I haven’t uncovered any “Waltergate” stories or any other kind of conspiracy, but I’ll keep sniffing. What I can report however is junkers that have cleaned up their act (courses, not my college buddies – they’ve still got problems), perennial courses that just don’t do it for me anymore, and lower greens fees across the board than in years past. Golf is no doubt saturated in Michigan, and courses must do EVERYTHING possible to keep their tee sheet filled. In many cases, the Golfer is coming out ahead in these parts.
I have received several requests to speak on behalf of my beloved Pistons, but honestly its still just a little too painful. For all you Michigan golfers, I’ll have reports coming to MichiganGolf.com soon!
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