There’s something interesting about this image that you may not see at first glance. And it may remind you of your own swing. Take a look and have a good laugh. By the way, this is how I regard golf: It’s a good thing to do before a hatch starts or after a hatch ends and the fish are down, but I never take it seriously and figure why would I? I don’t practice the game and only participate with friends who invite me along. Without standard practice, why would I be any good? That’s why I like golfing—I don’t take it seriously and the cold beers go down like magic. My motto: Better to be no good at golf and enjoy than be average, hoping to be good, and hate your time on the links.
What You’re Saying
- Greg Thomas on The New American Angler, May/June Issue
- Jim Maxham on The New American Angler, May/June Issue
- Greg Thomas on New North 40 E-mag
- Bill Jones on New North 40 E-mag
- Greg Thomas on Fly Rod & Reel: End of a Magazine Era
- Greg Thomas on British Columbia’s Thompson River Steelhead . . . are doomed.
- Robert Norman on British Columbia’s Thompson River Steelhead . . . are doomed.
- Kerry Gubits on Fly Rod & Reel: End of a Magazine Era