Swinging My Way to Golfer

Historically, I have not been much of a golfer. The sport never really fit in to my busy schedule as a kayaker, skier, mountain biker, and general mountain enthusiast. But I have been a few times, and in each case I have enjoyed it despite the tests of patience and humility.

This past Friday might have been a turning point for me. I found myself out at the Lakeridge golf course for the A2N2 annual golf tournament. My friend and colleague, TJ Crawford lent me some clubs and took me under his proverbial wing to show me the finer art of what constitutes a real swing, as opposed to stepping up to the plate for some grass and window removal work.

By the end of the day I felt like I was really progressing. There might actually be something to this thing. Who knows, it might even be time to include a bag of clubs to my arsenal of outdoor accoutrements. Or was it the alcohol?

Here is a little I put together of our day.

3 thoughts on “Swinging My Way to Golfer”

  1. Dude! You kick ass. I’m a loser, I admit it – I forgot you shot this and was just checking it out. If you don’t mind, I’d like to post it on the a2n2 site.
    Anyway, hope you are having fun my friend. I’m heading out to raft the middle fork of the Am Riv this weekend… I knew you’d be proud.
    Peace my ninja,
    Sterling

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