I played very well thanks, to my father who is what I would call a golf expert giving me tips on how to fix me swing and what club to use and so on. It was amazing! Usually I spend all 18 holes trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong and get super frustrated and want to give up golf. My dad would tell me how and get my issue fixed by the next swing. It really was a happy moment for me. I can not described how much I enjoyed my dad helping me golf. Anyway back to how I golfed. I had only a few difficult shots on the course usually involving being behind a tree due to a bad drive, but the shot I had on the 18th was ridic. I will have pictures of it below. I was basically in the bunker, extremely close to a railroad tie where my swing would hit it. I believe if I can remember what my dad taught me I would enjoy golfing for the rest of the summer and I believe I'm going to be golfing a little more now that my frustration is gone. As long as it doesn't come back expect a lot more blog posts.
By the way congrats to Tiger for winning yesterday. He was 4 strokes down and had the flu coming into Sunday and ended up winning by 2 strokes. His shot on 16 was nothing short of a top 10 moment and I say congrats for being one scary mofo on the golf course agian.
Here are some pictures I took of my golf outing.
|My half brother on a green|
|My half brother being punished for overshooting the green.|
|The clubhouse from the 9th hole green area|
|The 9th hole green as you can see it's not easy|
|My basically impossible shot on the 9th hole the top of the screen is the green area where i had to try to shoot to.|