Golf is weird
It’s been a very long two weeks, with no end in sight, but that’s okay, I guess, I don’t really need the sleep. Anyway, yesterday, I was working a golf fundraiser for work. Now, my experience with golf is in the miniature fashion. I don’t really understand real golf. But in the two years I’ve worked this event, here’s what I’ve learned:
- Apparently, sometimes (but not for our event), you can buy mulligans. That seems strange to me that you can buy a better score.
- Some people do wear funny plaids. Most don’t.
- More people need to wear funny plaids. And big berets.
- There are some really awesome golf club covers and umbrellas.
- Hot dogs injected with cheese and jalapenos are awesome!
- Golf courses aren’t designed to soak up as much rain as we’ve been getting lately.
- Golf course managers are very good at reading radar maps and keeping everyone safe (thanks!)
I still don’t know what club you use for what, or really how the game works, but when it wasn’t pouring or threatening us with lightning bolts, it was a fun day, I even got some work done outside between rounds.
Also, the staff at Cedar Brook are amazing, and the food was excellent, if you’re down near Route 70 and 51 (and throw 981 in there as well), stop in, it’s worth a trip!