The Steelers will beat the Patriots and other lessons from a golf traveler
Now is the time of year it’s great working for a golf travel publication. Aside from the just-finished Q-School tournaments, there’s little going on in the world of professional golf. Unless, of course, you consider the Skins Game worthy of acknowledgment. If that’s the case, than please send me a private e-mail so I may mock you mercilessly.
Why this season is great, however, is because now more than ever, WorldGolf.com and TravelGolf.com writers are on the road, doing their thing. Chris Baldwin is in Hawaii, wishing he had more islands to hop to. Tim McDonald is in the backwoods of Kentucky, trying to find the perfect libation for his upcoming feature “Top-10 places to drink moonshine and play golf in the Kentucky backwoods.” The Cheap Bastard is drunk in some Las Vegas Strip casino. And Brandon Tucker is likely somewhere, as well, telling anyone who sees him on a golf course “Dude, they’re paying me for this.”
Even yours truly got to travel, and in upcoming weeks I’ll have some stories to share at WorldGolf.com, including one about the Alsace region of France, where golf and wine make for a golf traveler’s dream.
In the end, however, there is but one thing that my travels have taught me. One overriding fact that far trumps all others. That fact is this - The Pittsburgh Steelers will beat the New England Patriots next week and destroy their chance for an undefeated season.
So while readers of these pages will learn all about the great golf destinations around the globe, keep in mind that traveling has one side benefit - you can see future sports scores much more clearly. No, I don’t know how it works, either.
All I know is that it’s great to travel, and the Steelers will thump the Pats.
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My guess is that the Steelers win a close one on Sunday, but then get crushed by the Pats in a playoff rematch.
And i say that as a lifelong, diehard Steelers fan...
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