Do you find yourself longing to smell the freshly cut grass on a golf course? Do you forget what it feels like to make contact on a golf ball with a club? My Front 9 List™ will help you get through the dog days of winter and ease the effects of Golfer’s Withdrawal.
- Hole # 1 Watch Golf On TV: Blue skies, green grass, soothing commentary. I can see the snow melting already!
- Hole # 2 Practice Your Putting: You get to feel contact with a golf ball. A glass, a ball, a putter and carpet are all you need!
- Hole # 3 Play Wii Golf: Don’t get wrapped up in swing mechanics. Look at it as exercise and have fun! Oh ya! Keep your head down and your left arm straight!
- Hole # 4 Plumb Bob Your House: You can find out if your house is level. If you can do the spider man pose, go for it!
- Hole # 5 Indoor Golf Simulator: Play any course in the world. Every hole is the 19th. hole!
- Hole # 6 Wear Your Golf Shoes: If you walk as carefully on your hardwood as you do on the greens, you’ll be ok. This will also fluff up your carpet!
- Hole # 7 Clean Your Clubs: You can wash off all the bad shots from last season and you get to look at and play with your clubs!
- Hole # 8 Make A Putting Green In The Snow: Start off with snow angels and before you know it you have a putting green in your backyard. A little water should get your green running at about 44 on the stimp meter!
- Hole # 9 Use A Golf Calendar: Pictures of golf courses to look at every day. 3 more pictures and it will be spring!
Stay tuned for my Back 9 List™. More help is on the way!
If you have your own ways of dealing with Golfer’s Withdrawal, please share them with us by adding a comment.
I hope this helps you get through the winter!