The Secret to Putting in Golf

Today was our annual Father’s Day mini-golf outing.

The weather was right up my alley – hot and humid.

And it was one of my best rounds ever; it was the first time I had two holes-in-one in one round on this course. (And in a video chat with our sons later we discussed what the proper plural was of a hole-in-one. My one son found evidence that the Oxford English Dictionary states that it is indeed holes-in-one.)

When I reflected back on what may have caused my improved putting, all I could think of was the fact that I now have plates in screws in both my wrists as a result of my two broken wrists from last fall. Having that metal in me probably helps keep my wrists straight while putting

So my advice to the members of the PGA who want to improve their putting is to break both your wrists and have some plates and screws installed. Of course, there is always the chance the PGA will outlaw such a move if they feel it gives a player an unfair advantage πŸ™‚

Happy Fathers’ Day to all!

 

42 thoughts on “The Secret to Putting in Golf

  1. Congratulations. I like mini golf because it’s way cheaper than regular golf, it doesn’t take so long, and just about anybody can do it.

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  2. The things sports people have to endure to improve their game! But after the way in which you damaged yourself, maybe crazy golf is the sport for you? Just don’t trip over the windmills…

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  3. Not sure breaking my wrists would cure this klutzy bitch’s coordination. But I do like mini golf. However it has been years and years since I played. I like the fact that you make it an annual event.

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