Category Archives: Dads

Masters Report, Part 2 of 2

My parents, George and Connie, are bit of a  shall we say, unusual story. George wasn’t a child of the depression, he was already an adult.  Born in 1904,   Theodore Roosevelt was to be reelected that fall after the assassination of William McKinley and would go on … Continue reading

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Where Did You Learn The Ancient Game?

Something strange  and wonderful happpened to me last weekend and I’d like to share it with you. A wedding in the family, my beautiful and talented niece Rosie was wed…my oldest brother George was the father of the bride. It was a lovely affair … Continue reading

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My Kid’s Fish

OK, you can watch Ernie, Vijay, and Boo play at Kapalua on The Golf Channel if you want  (I won’t make fun of you much)  but me I’m going to tell you about my kid’s fish.  The only way to be … Continue reading

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Early Father’s Day

In every year but this one, Father’s Day means playing golf unencumbered by church or brunch afterward. . It means an afternoon on the couch in front of the HD watching the Open unfold, missing maybe three swings and a … Continue reading

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Things I Miss In Golf Part II

I miss the mornings in the summer when my dad would wake me up at O-dark-thirty to take me to the golf course. He was an Old Pro and the golf coach at Cornell University as many know, and his … Continue reading

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Road Trips

Occasionally life will throw you a little bone…you and I just miss it most of the time…here’s one I didn’t. About three months ago my pals Leon and Andy and I were sitting around talking about Pinehurst, golf, and whatever … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean To Be A Father?

Today we celebrate Fathers. I had a great one and I hope you did too. But I wanted to talk a little about the role. So what do Dads do? They cajole, encourage, discipline, get up at 4:00 to take … Continue reading

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